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GSWAG English Graduate Student Review Publishes Inaugural Issue

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The theme in the GSWAG English Graduate Student Review was “witnessing,” specifically the act of witnessing each other’s work while witnessing ongoing political turmoil. The articles in the inaugural issue span for genres of student writing: Early modern, non-fiction, queer theory, and feminist rhetorical theory. Our review is a testament to the incredible work graduate students do when they engage in a community of their peers.

Read the issue here.

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