|213 Memorial Hall||<div class="ExternalClass6ED3AB4F80EE46A382100E25C971D6F6">Rachael is writing her dissertation on women's rhetoric and Renaissance women's fictional and personal writing. Her work focuses on the way writers represent experiences and bodies in their texts and articulate their identities as women in printed space. She graduated from Penn State in 2012 with BAs in English and psychology and received her MA from Delaware in 2014. She has previously worked in the library's Special Collections Manuscripts and Archives department and served as the Assistant Director of Composition.
</div>||<div class="ExternalClassADA6207E1B8D46EAA473D033172549F8">Melissa Ianetta</div>||<div class="ExternalClassBB771E44E70048EEBAC51BAD1ABD1C29">2012</div>||Graduate Advisor||First Year at UDfirstname.lastname@example.org||Green-Howard, Rachael||(302) 831-6597||<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/GRAD_Green_Rachael-02_180.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />||Teaching Assistant||Graduate Student||Rhetoric and Composition;British Literature;Gender and Sexuality Studies||B.A. English- Pennsylvania State University- 2012, M.A. English- University of Delaware- 2014|
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