Friday, February 8, 2013

Our Dancing Doctoral Students

Some of the Tenants heard a huge ruckus coming from the Graduate Student Dining Room earlier this week and, upon investigation, discovered that there was a massive celebration underway, including the popping of champagne corks and frenzied dancing, because two of the doctoral students have just had articles accepted for publication. And so, the Tenants are pleased to announce that:
Artist's depiction of frenzied dancing

Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang's essay, "'Rituals of Distrust': Illicit Affairs and Metaphors of Transport in Ama Ata Aidoo’s 'Two Sisters' and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s "Birdsong,'" has been accepted for publication in Research in African Literatures and should appear in the Autumn issue (44.3).

Valerie Surrett's essay, "'Always Better, Less Rude, to Talk about Things That Were the Same': The Necessity of Otherness to a Functioning Public Sphere," has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Contemporary Thought.

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