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Congratulations to Debapriya Sarkar who’s doctoral thesis,  “Possible Knowledge:  Forms of Literature and Scientific Thought in Early Modern English,” has been awarded the Shakespeare Association of America’s 2015 J. Leeds Barroll Dissertation Prize.

Carrie J. Preston, "Modernism’s Mythic Pose: Gender, Genre, Solo Performance" (Oxford University Press, 2011)We congratulate Carrie J. Preston (Rutgers Ph.D. 2006), winner of the de la Torre Bueno Prize, awarded annually since 1973 to the year’s most distinguished book of dance historiography.  The prize was awarded for Preston’s book Modernism’s Mythic Pose: Gender, Genre, Solo Performance (Oxford University Press, 2011).  Carrie is currently Associate Professor of English at Boston University.

Read more: Rutgers Student Wins Major Book Prize

PMLAThe May 2013 issue of PMLA includes two essays by Rutgers graduate students among its four full-length, featured essays.  We congratulate Trinyan Mariano, for “The Law of Torts and the Logic of Lynching in Charles Chesnutt’s The Marrow of Tradition”; and Michelle H. Phillips for “The Children of Double Consciousness: From The Souls of Black Folk to the Brownies’ Book.” 

Read more: Rutgers Students Publish in PMLA

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