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Dialect and Identity: The Ancient Greek view of Greek Dialects
Ancient Greece is highly unusual for an ancient language because it preserved evidence for a variety of dialects. These dialects also, rather than being colloquial or informal registers, were associated with various ...
Reimagining the Body: Corporeal Practices and Female Subjectivity in Contemporary American Women's Fiction
This dissertation studies the experience of the female body since the Women's Liberation Movement through the lens of contemporary women's fiction in the United States. Analyzing six novels by Erica Jong, Rita Mae Brown, ...
"An imagist turned philosopher": Formal innovation, conscious experience, and the self in modernist women's poetry
My dissertation focuses on representations of philosophical discourses in Modernist women's writing. Philosophers (including Charles Sanders Peirce, William James, and Henri Bergson) had argued in the early twentieth ...