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JAYA BHARNEan East Brunswick, New Jersey resident, graduated in May 2007 withdegrees in English and art history. While at Rutgers, she served astutor and desk manager for the Plangere Writing Center. Her thesis,Word Made Flesh: The Poetics of Prose in Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body,which won the 2008 Jordan Flyer Honors Award, examined how Wintersonuses poetics to transform the cliché and challenge the limits oflanguage. She will teach English at an under-resourced high school withTeach for America starting in the fall, and she plans to pursuegraduate studies in English literature in the near future.
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edited Immigrant Fictions: Contemporary Literature in an Age of Globalization. Her book, Cosmopolitan Style: Modernism beyond the Nation, was awarded Honorable Mention for the 2008 Barbara Perkins and George Perkins Award by the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature. She co-authored an article with Douglas Mao on new modernist studies in PMLA, and has an article on Kazuo Ishiguro forthcoming in NOVEL. She gave invited lectures at Texas A&M University, Yale University, Harvard University, Drew University, Columbia University, and Penn State University. She became co-editor of Contemporary Literature in June and was elected program chair of the Modernist Studies Association. The coordinator of the Modernism & Globalization Seminar Series at Rutgers, she organized the Modernisms Transnational Futures Symposium in November 2007, which featured presentations by Rutgers English faculty Marianne DeKoven, Elin Diamond, and John A. McClure.
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A psychology minor consists of 18 credits, General Psychology (01:830:101) and five additional courses of 3 or more credits. Students must receive a grade of C or better in General Psychology and overall GPA of 2.0 or better is required for all 01:830 courses. At least three of the six courses must be taken in the Rutgers-New Brunswick psychology program (01:830), and transfer from county or community colleges will be restricted to no more than General Psychology and two additional electives. No more than one of the six required courses may be a nonclassroom course such as fieldwork, internship, or research. No more than two 200-level courses may be applied toward the minor. No college honors courses (non-830 subject index) may count toward this requirement.