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Graduate Student Work

“Reappropriating Public Memory: Racism, Resistance and Erasure of the Confederate Defenders of Charleston monument”
Co-authored by James Chase Sanchez

James Chase Sanchez is a doctoral candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Texas Christian University and a member of the NCTE/CCCC Latin Caucus. His dissertation examines the public memory and identity construction of residents in his hometown of Grand Saline, TX, as catalyzed by an elderly, white preacher’s 2014 self-immolation in protest of the town’s racism. His work has appeared in Steinbeck Review, the Journal of Popular Culture and Studies in American Culture.

Yours In Filial Regard:  The Civil War Letters of a Texas Family
By Kassia Waggoner and Adam Nemmers, Ph.D. candidates

Writing Instruction for the ‘Young Ladies’ of Teos: A Note on Women and Literacy in Antiquity
By Dr. Richard Enos, professor and Lillian Radford Chair of Rhetoric and Composition, and Terry Peterman, graduate student

“Writing Instruction for the ‘Young Ladies’ of Teos: A Note on Women and Literacy in Antiquity” was awarded best essay of 2014 by Rhetoric Review.

 

Theses and Dissertations

Explore graduate theses and dissertation abstracts at TCU Library.