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  • People: Kate Koppelman - Undergraduate Research

    April 13, 2009

    Kate Koppelman (English) took three English majors to the Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature at the University of Portland recently where they presented their papers: Laurie Ortega-Murphy, “The Feminine Triumvirate: Criseyde, Cassandra, and Fortuna in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde”; Emily Holt, “The Man-Whore: A New Historical Criticism of Heloise’s Role as the Vocal Wife and the Possessor of “Maistrie”; Liz Power, “Abelard: The Subversion of Castration.” Additionally, Liz Power received the “Brass Knuckle” award for the hardest hitting and all-around best submission to the conference.


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