Dissertations for English Literature
Banafa, Fahmi Hussein Hasan
The impact of the Internet and multimedia on pronunciation and oral communication of Arab college students learning English in the United StatesPh.D. thesis, New Mexico State University.
Donahue, Stephen Joseph
Sentimental constructions and indeterminate meanings: Thomas Jefferson and the works of Sterne [and] The idea of an OWL: Online writing conferences for second language studentsPh.D. thesis, Idaho State University.
Funkhouser, Christopher T.
Cybertext poetry: Effects of digital media on the creation of poetic literaturePh.D. thesis, State University of New York at Albany.
Kim, Yong Suk
The effect of a networked computer-mediated discussion on subsequent oral discussion in the ESL classroomPh.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Austin.
Lym, Wendy Lerner
Interacting with “King Lear”: An online resource for instructors of English literature survey coursesPh.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Austin.
Lyman, Eugene William
Assistive potencies: Reconfiguring the scholarly edition in an electronic settingPh.D. thesis, University of Virginia.
Morton, Sheila A.
Teaching eighteenth-century drama through classroom and digital performancePh.D. thesis, Illinois State University.
O'Gorman, Marcel M. G.
Discourse Networks 2000: A hypericonomyPh.D. thesis, University of Florida.
Sharplin, Scott Michael
“Lear”'s shadows: Authority and multiplicity in print, performance and hypertextMaster's thesis, University of Alberta .