Grad Interest: Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy
2014, BA English, Colgate University
Carlie Wetzel studies British literature from the long nineteenth century, focusing on elegiac poetry.
- Age and Mourning: Complicating Grief with John Clare’s Gravesite Poetry. (The Gravestone Project: Grave Notes, Issue 1, Winter 2016-17).
- Beauty after Death: Heaven as Consolation in Beebe Eyre’s Miscellaneous Poems. (Literature and Belief, Forthcoming, Spring 2018).
- Critical summary of The Life and Extraordinary Adventures, the Perils and Critical Escapes of Timothy Ginnadrake. (The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820, Forthcoming, Fall 2018).
Office: Greenlaw 307
2015, BA English and German, Lebanon Valley College
I am a PhD student in the English and Comparative Literature department at UNC – Chapel Hill. I graduated from Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania in 2015 with a BA in English and German, and creative writing minor. I began in the graduate program at UNC in Fall 2015. My research interests are centered around the destabilization of nationalism and time in 19th century American literature.
Office: Greenlaw 528
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