The ENGL 6006: Research Methods class invites the English Department community to our final event of the semester.
On Thursday, December 17 at 7:00 p.m. in Chardón 318 the students enrolled in the course will be presenting their research proposals, which speak to a variety of current topics in English studies such as gender/class representations and identities, queer literature, language and power relations and new technologies and linguistic practices.
Here’s a preview of the presentations. (For additional information, please see the flyer below or write to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kimberly Santiago Vega
“Hablando Como Una Nena”: How Notions of Femininity Are Communicated Through Language in the Domestic Space of the Home–A Discourse Analysis
Ángel Matos Caro
Towards An(O)ther Perspective of El Maricón: A Critical Analysis of Latino Gay Identity in Young Adult Bildungsromans
Lisa Ortiz Guzmán
The Unveiling of Class Identities and Discourses in The Life Stories of Pre-basic English Students at UPRM
Robert Ropiza Rivera
Code-Switching Practices And Notions of Identity, Power and Social Status Among Professional, Bilingual Puerto Ricans
Edward Contreras Santiago
Code Switching en Mensajes de Textos by UPRM students