• My hands, remembering 

    Fath, Lauren (2015)
    Lauren Fath's nonfiction writing uses handicraft as an entrée to examining familial history and the inheritance of objects. Each essay in her collection centers on the pursuit of a particular craft, such as knitting, sewing, ...
  • Rewriting the creative: toward a happenings theory of creative composition & The last monarchist: stories from Nepal 

    Aryal, Khem Kumar (2015)
    First dissertation: Rewriting the creative: toward a happenings theory of creative composition. This dissertation explores the relationship between composition and creative writing in the light of the binary of rhetoric ...
  • This way back: essays from Cyprus 

    Eleftheriou, Joanna (2015)
    This Way Back is a creative dissertation that explores the predicament of the transmigrant, the immigrant who has the capability of returning to the host country, and gets caught in an in-between space, not quite assimilated, ...
  • Transatlantic geographies of faith in the long eighteenth century 

    Paul, Juliette (2015)
    Noting the thousands of books that American colonists imported from the British Isles, scholars have imagined America as a satellite of British literary culture in the long eighteenth century. However, we have yet to ...