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Class YearAuthor(s)TitleAdvisor
2010Ha, Thu-Huong D.Read Me: Italo Calvino and the Undying AuthorDiBattista, Maria
2001Maguire, Maria AngelaReconciling Beatrice: Differences in the Interpretation of Dante by Male and Female Victorian PoetsDiBattista, Maria
1996Balbach, Pamela RaeThe Return to Greek Myth In French Wartime Drama, 1920-1950DiBattista, Maria
2006Ragus, Jennifer AmyReturn, Repetition, and the Narrative of Love: An Analysis of Selected Works by Thomas Hardy, Vladimir Nabokov, Stanislav Lem, and Milan KunderaDiBattista, Maria
2016Hack, Grace Z.‘The Secrets of Another World’ Paradise Lost as Science FictionDiBattista, Maria
2000Perry, Andre FrederickShedding Light Upon Their Words: Approaching the Art of Film Adaptation [accompanying video and 2 compact discs]DiBattista, Maria
2004Glynn, Elizabeth MiriamSitting on Dynamite: The Dangerous Identity of the Femme FataleDiBattista, Maria
2020Szemraj, EmilieSolidarity: A ScreenplayDiBattista, Maria; Lazaridi, Christina
1998Anderson, Mark PattonSpirituality in the Plays of August WilsonDiBattista, Maria
2000Schaeffer, Jacqueline SidfordSplinter in the Mind: The Dilemma of the Political Dystopian Protagonist and the Cyberpunk HeroDiBattista, Maria
1997King, Charles LewisStanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange and the Experience of Viewing a FilmDiBattista, Maria
2010Guerrero III, Ramiro VillarrealStars Out at Dawn: Memory and Female Emowerment in the Works of Edwidge DanticatDiBattista, Maria
2016Jin, Karen Y.The Stately Homes of England: Nostalgia, Englishness, and the English Country House in Twentieth-Century LiteratureDiBattista, Maria
2007Graham, Jean ElyseThe Strategies and Fate of Women's Literary HumorDiBattista, Maria
2014Yeung, KristiSymptomatic Novels Sickness in the Fiction of Virginia WoolfDiBattista, Maria
-Eisenberg, Mollie CopleyThe Case of the Self-Conscious Detective Novel: Modernism, Metafiction, and the Terms of Literary ValueDiBattista, Maria
-Eisenberg, Mollie CopleyThe Case of the Self-Conscious Detective Novel: Modernism, Metafiction, and the Terms of Literary ValueDiBattista, Maria
2020Bailey, CarolineThe Dark Imaginary: Tracing the Use of Constructed Languages in Fantastic Depictions of EvilDiBattista, Maria
-Scranton, Roy WilliamThe Trauma Hero and the Lost War: World War II, American Literature, and the Politics of Trauma, 1945-1975Stewart, Susan; DiBattista, Maria
1997Boccuzzi, Ellen E.Toward a Living Narrative: Vedersi Vivere, Stream of Life, and the Final Episode in Italo Svevo's La Coscienza di Zeno and James Joyce's UlyssesDiBattista, Maria