Research & Scholarly Achievement
at Gallaudet University

English

The English Department provides a high quality academic environment that involves students in critical thinking, discussing, and writing about literature and writing.


Scholarship and creative activity

2016

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2015, Fall). Past the Perimeter. The Vermillion Literary Project. Retrieved from https://piataavilaborsheim.wordpress.com/2015/06/17/past-the-perimeter-published-in-the-vermillion-literary-project/

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2016, Spring). Sanding the Hull. Duende. Retrieved from http://www.duendeliterary.org/pia-taavilaborsheim .

Taavila-Borsheim, P., (2015, Fall). Travel Plans. Bear River Review. Retrieved from https://piataavilaborsheim.wordpress.com/2015/06/17/travel-plans-published-in-the-bear-river-review-2015/

Taavila-Borsheim, P., (2015, Fall). Fruit. Wisconsin Review. Retrieved from https://piataavilaborsheim.wordpress.com

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2015, Fall). Return to Walloon Lake. Connotation Press. Retrieved from http://www.connotationpress.com/poetry/2566-pia-taavila-borsheim-poetry

Taavila-Borsheim, P.(2015, Fall). Two Birds. TAB A Journal of Poetry and Poetics, 3 (4).

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2016, Spring). "Union Square", The Northern Virginia Review, 30th issue.

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2016, Spring).Prospectus. Alliterati Magazine. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/alliteratimagazine/docs/finished/5

2017

Taavila-Borsheim, P., (2015, Fall). Refugees. Ithaca Lit. Retrieved from https://piataavilaborsheim.wordpress.com/2015/07/11/two-poems-from-ithacalit/

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2016, Spring). From car to schwinn and back again. Duende. Retrieved from http://www.duendeliterary.org/pia-taavilaborsheim.

Taavila-Borsheim, P., (2015, Fall). Promises. Ithaca Lit. Retrieved from https://piataavilaborsheim.wordpress.com/2015/07/11/two-poems-from-ithacalit/

Taavila-Borsheim, P. (2016, Spring). Rx: Mother to Children. Alliterati Magazine. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/alliteratimagazine/docs/finished/5

2018

Bradbury, J. M. (2018, March). Shakespeare and Gesture. Presented at the annual meeting of the Shakespeare Association of American, Los Angeles, CA.

Bradbury, J. M. (2017 October). Disabled Bodies and Contemporary Shakespearean Performance. Presented at Blackfriars Biennial Conference, Staunton, VA.

Bradbury, J. M. (2018 March). Irish Economic Writings in North American Contexts. Presented at the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Orlando, FL

Bradbury, J. M. (2017 November). The Body in ASL Shakespeare. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Theatre Research, Atlanta, GA.

2017

Myers, S. S. & Whitebread, G.A. (2016, October). Change and Be Changed: Programmatic Practices to Build Diversity. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Seattle, WA.

Myers, S.S. & Whitebread, G.A. (2016, October). The ABC(D)s of Contracts: Assessment, Benchmarks, Commonalities, and Data. Panel presentation at the annual conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Seattle, WA.

2017

Pajka, S. and Nickerson, J. (2017). "Media, Social Changes, and Connections to the Deaf Community" in Media Literacy & Underserved Youth.

2017

Bradbury, J. (2017). Language, Prose Genre, and the Ascendance of Economic Reasoning in Eighteenth-Century Britain. In: J. Jakob Bek-Thomsen and C. Christian Olaf Christiansen, ed., Economic Rationalities: Economic Reasoning as Knowledge and Practice Authority. Springer Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy.

2017

Kennedy, Rhea. (2017). Going beyond what is legally required for persons with disabilities. Panel presented at the National Council of Teachers of English CCCC conference. Portland, OR.

2018

Pajka, Sharon L. (2018, June 30). Holy water, garlic, or a cross? The American Vampirization of the Female, Immigrant Teacher in Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots. Paper presentation for the Children's Literature Association (ChLA) in San Antonio, TX.

Pajka, Sharon L. (2018) Deaf Cultural Values in Switched at Birth. In E. L. Newman & E. Witsell (Eds.), ABC Family to Freeform TV: Essays on the Millennial-focused Network and Its Programs. In 177-194. McFarland & Co.

Pajka, Sharon L. (2018) Jeepers Creepers: The American Vampirization of the Female, Immigrant Teacher in Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots. In S. Bacon & K. Bronk (Eds.), Growing Up With Vampires: Essays on the Undead in Children's Media. 62-81. McFarland & Co.

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