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Jessica DeMarco-Jacobson (she/her)

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MA Student

Jessica DeMarco-Jacobson is a MA student whose research interests involve Victorian women writers and their connections to the Risorgimento (the Italian unification movement). She was the 2022 University System of Georgia Recognition Day Honoree and the 2021 Faculty Cup Recipient, the highest honor available to undergraduate students at Columbus State University. 

Education:

Middlebury Language Schools - Summer 2023

Level 1.5: Advanced Beginning Italian 7-Week Immersion Program

 

Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford - Oct. 2021 - June 2022

Visiting Non-Matriculated Student

 

Columbus State University - Aug. 2018 - Aug. 2022

BA in English Literature, minor in History, certificate in Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Honors Thesis: “Mine Own Country:” Christina Rossetti and the Italian Risorgimento

Honors: Summa cum laude

Research Interests:

19th-century British literature, Victorian literature, women writers, Gothic fiction, English Romanticism, the Risorgimento, early modern Italian history

Selected Publications:

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