Mr. Ihasha Horn, M.A.


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horn.ihasha@spcollege.edu
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Biography


Personal Data:

Date of Birth: March 6th, 1978

Nationality: United States

Marital Status: De Facto Spouse (Australia)

 

Education:

Master of Arts with Merit in English Literature (2010)

University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

GPA: High Distinction

 

Bachelor of Arts in English (2007)

University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Overall GPA: 3.52 (GPA within Major: 3.8)

Magna Cum Laude 

 

Postgraduate Projects:

University of Sydney, NSW, International and Comparative Literary Studies

  • Currently seeking publication with American Association of Australasian Literary Studies and the American Indian Quarterly regarding a brief discourse on the healing process contained within reconciliation by way of Aboriginal Nyoongar and Native American Kiowa authors perspectives in Post-Colonial Literature.

 

Undergraduate Projects:

USF, Division of Literature, Languages, and Writing

  • International English Honor Society (Sigma Tau Delta).
  • USF-SP English Club

 

Professional Memberships:

Golden Key International Honor Society

International English Honor Society (Sigma Tau Delta)

International Scholar Laureate Program

National Scholars Honor Society

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges

University of South Florida Alumni

University of Sydney Alumni

 

Awards:

National Deans List. 2005 - 2007

USF 3rd Annual Viva Award for Excellence. 2007

USF Outstanding Graduate Award Nominee. 2007

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges. 2006 - 2007 

Publications:

  • The Mantle's Language: Fiction and Interpretation. International English Honor Society (Sigma Tau Delta) Facets of Literature | Literary Magazine: Vol. I (2007)
  • (Please see Post-Graduate Projects)

Civic Lectures:

  • How to Better Understand your Writing: A Lecture and Writing Workshop for Writers in our Community

TBA | 2012

  • Contribute: A Public Event Focused on the Significance of Community Participation & Celebrating the One We Share.

July 27, 2011

  • Reception Honoring USF Language, Literature, and Writing Professors.

March 4, 2008

  • Indigenous Minds Exhibition: An Introspective Look Into the Native American Mind Through Art, Music, and Literature.

April 11, 2008




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