Patricia Ballantyne, "Justice Big-Time.: Linking Irish and African American Poetry Through Clifton and Heaney"
Emily Ballengee, "Roots, Rasta and Reggae: The Influence of Kamau Brathwaite and Bob Marley upon the Development of West Indian Society."
Christina Bortner, “Finding Literary Merit in Chick Lit”
Michael Fulks, “Myth-Making and Myth-Busting: Two Fictional Treatments of the American Frontier”
Patrick Hastings, "ATLienation in Hip Hop Culture: An Investigation of Regional Distinctions in Rap"
Lily Haywood, “`In Her Own Hands’: Lady Gregory’s Unique Partnership with W. B. Yeats”
William Holliday, “The Resurrection of Cuchulain from O’Grady to Easter 1916”
Alison Irvin, "A Voice With Public Resonance: The Poetry of Lorna Goodison"
Carly Levin,“`What shall I do with my doublet and hose?’: Gender Doubling and Proliferation of Romantic Possibility in Shakespeare’s As You Like It”
Amanda Lueders, "Not Quite Catholic: The Non-Universality of Spirituality in Literary Representations of Chicano Catholicism"
Kyle Meehan, "Poetic Healing"
Cameron Miller, “Fantasy Empathy, Altruistic Development and Heroes: An Experiment with J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Children of Húrin and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”
George Singeltary, "Culture of Honor: A Study of Native American Aggression in James Welch"
Carrie Beth Swinford, “Unreconciled Strivings: The Conflicting Identities of Race and Nation in James Weldon Johnson’s The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man and Ralph Ellison’s Juneteenth”
Jim Tartaglia, “ ‘You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake’: Existentialist Philosophy and Fiction in Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nausea and Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club”
Brightman Thomas, “From the Fall to Redemption: The Rhythmical Quest in Angle of Repose and A River Runs Through It”
Denisio Truitt, "From Monrovia to Adams Morgan," a poetry chapbook