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Behind The Meatball: A Reflection On Italian Cuisine, Lost And Found, Christina DeRay 2015 Seton Hall University

Behind The Meatball: A Reflection On Italian Cuisine, Lost And Found, Christina Deray

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This thesis is a memoir about the lives of the matriarchs of my family: my grandmothers, Carmina and Marie, but in many other ways the memoir becomes a point of entry for a personal essay that explores the culture of authenticity in American cuisine. As a memoir, I offer a personal history of an original Italian cuisine from my very Italian family— how it was transplanted from the European “boot” to American soil, how it flourished through the lessons Carmina taught my family, and how it got transformed when it hit American. I reflect upon the appearance, after the Second ...


Apontamentos Para Uma Cartografia Do Pensamento Pedagógico De António Pedro -- Para Uma Arquitectura Do Teatro De Amadores, Teresa André 2014 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Apontamentos Para Uma Cartografia Do Pensamento Pedagógico De António Pedro -- Para Uma Arquitectura Do Teatro De Amadores, Teresa André

Portuguese Cultural Studies

Abstract: António Pedro, the avejão, stood out in the Portuguese cultural landscape as one of the introducers of artistic and aesthetic concerns that were surfacing at the time in Europe. Over a period of several decades, he traced a consistent and disciplined path, breaking with prevailing ideologies and reacting against imposed artistic trends. He revealed the desire for aesthetic growth and the ambition of achieving harmony with cosmic plurality, as well as contributing to awakening other artistic creators to need for change. This article intends to illustrate the intense relationship of this artist with the various arts, and more specifically ...


Poems, Amanda Nigon 2014 Minnesota State University, Mankato

Poems, Amanda Nigon

Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato

Amanda Nigon’s two poems (see)Shell Cracked on Rocks by Gulls and Fistula were written as part of a creative writing group using the theme of Losing Innocence. LOSING INNOCENCE by Alison Broderson, Andrea Bruton, Eric Groonwald, Amy Herron, Eric Hoffeiser Josephine Jarvis, Joe Loweth, Amanda Nigon, Jenny Sodomka: This project was inspired by our group’s desire to heighten its social awareness as it explored the loss of innocence resulting from impoverishment. As creative writers we chose to explore this theme through poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction--our subjects ranging from working in a women’s shelter to college ...


Poems, Eric Hoffheiser 2014 Minnesota State University, Mankato

Poems, Eric Hoffheiser

Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato

Eric Hoffheiser's two poems View from Ubehebe Peak and How to get Rid of Sorrow were written as part of a creative writing group using the theme of Moving On. For our group, Moving On represented the emotional weight in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Moving On implies change, and all good prose and verse possess change. As creative writers, we explored this theme through subjects ranging from the death of a loved one to loss of one’s faith. By focusing on our theme, we examined our own lives and improved our creative writing skills. We attained our goals ...


8:01 Pm, Jake Hjelmtveit 2014 Minnesota State University, Mankato

8:01 Pm, Jake Hjelmtveit

Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato

Jake Hjelmtveit's short story 8:01 PM was written as part of a creative writing group using the theme of Moving On. For our group, Moving On represented the emotional weight in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Moving On implies change, and all good prose and verse possess change. As creative writers, we explored this theme through subjects ranging from the death of a loved one to loss of one’s faith. By focusing on our theme, we examined our own lives and improved our creative writing skills. We attained our goals through observation, discussion, information gathering, writing, and revision ...


For The Love Of God, Marissa Hansen 2014 Minnesota State University, Mankato

For The Love Of God, Marissa Hansen

Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato

Marissa Hansen's short story For the Love of God was written as part of a creative writing group using the theme of Moving On. For our group, Moving On represented the emotional weight in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Moving On implies change, and all good prose and verse possess change. As creative writers, we explored this theme through subjects ranging from the death of a loved one to loss of one’s faith. By focusing on our theme, we examined our own lives and improved our creative writing skills. We attained our goals through observation, discussion, information gathering, writing ...


Harvey Swados, Paul Marx 2014 University of San Francisco

Harvey Swados, Paul Marx

Ontario Review

PAUL MARX teaches at the University of New Haven.


Lucca, Lynne Sharon Schwartz 2014 University of San Francisco

Lucca, Lynne Sharon Schwartz

Ontario Review

LYNNE SHARON SCHWARTZ is a free-lance writer who also teaches English at the City University of New York. Her work has appeared in a number of magazines, including The New Republic, and she is just completing a novel. She has published two children's plays, has been a magazine editor, a translator, and publicity writer.


Pop, Bill Henderson 2014 University of San Francisco

Pop, Bill Henderson

Ontario Review

BILL HENDERSON'S work has appeared in Carolina Quarterly, Chicago Review, The New York Times Book Review, and elsewhere; and he is the author (under the pen-name "Luke Walton") of The Galapagos Kid (Nautilus Books, 1971). He lives in Yonkers, N.Y.


For Robert Grosseteste, Robert Bringhurst 2014 University of San Francisco

For Robert Grosseteste, Robert Bringhurst

Ontario Review

ROBERT BRINGHURST is the author of two books of poetry, The Shipwright's Log (Kanchenjunga Press, 1972) and Cadastre (Kanchenjunga Press, 1973); his third book, Bergschrund, will be published in late 1974.


Prowlers, Carl Dennis 2014 University of San Francisco

Prowlers, Carl Dennis

Ontario Review

CARL DENNIS, of the English Department of the State University of New York at Buffalo, has published poems in Salmagundi, The New Yorker, and elsewhere. His first book, A House of My Own, will be published this fall by George Braziller.


Deaf Mute, Philip J. Klukoff 2014 University of San Francisco

Deaf Mute, Philip J. Klukoff

Ontario Review

PHILIP J. KLUKOFF teaches at Stockton State College in New Jersey; he spent last year in Bucharest, Romania, where he was a Fulbright Lecturer in American Literature. His first book of poetry is in night's chirp.


Two Poems, William Heyen 2014 University of San Francisco

Two Poems, William Heyen

Ontario Review

WILLIAM HEYEN is the author of Depth of Field (Louisiana State University Press, 1970), Noise in the Trees: Poems and a Memoir (Vanguard Press, 1974), the editor of A Profile of Theodore Roethke (Columbus: Charles E. Merrill, 1971) and American Poetry in 1976 (to be published by Bobbs-Merrill in 1976); and he has published numerous critical essays. Poems of his have been selected several times for inclusion in the Borestone anthologies.


Three Poems, Tom Wayman 2014 University of San Francisco

Three Poems, Tom Wayman

Ontario Review

TOM WAYMAN has published widely, in Canada, the United States, and England. He is the author of Waiting for Wayman (reviewed in this issue) and For and Against the Moon: Blues, Yells and Chuckles (Macmillan, 1974). The Canadian Forum recently featured a number of his poems.


Snowscapes, Derk Wynand 2014 University of San Francisco

Snowscapes, Derk Wynand

Ontario Review

DERK WYNAND teaches at the University of Victoria, and has published or will be publishing work in The Dalhousie Review, The Canadian Fiction Magazine, Littack (England), and The Far Point.


Love Poem, John R. Reed 2014 University of San Francisco

Love Poem, John R. Reed

Ontario Review

JOHN R. REED teaches English at Wayne State University and is the author of many poems, critical essays, and reviews, which have appeared in such journals as Prairie Schooner, Modern Poetry Studies, and Poetry. His books include Old School Ties and Perception and Design in Tennyson's "Idylls of the King."


Three Poems, John Ditsky 2014 University of San Francisco

Three Poems, John Ditsky

Ontario Review

JOHN DITSKY has published widely in both American and Canadian periodicals, including Prairie Schooner, The New York Times, and the Georgia Review. He is poetry editor of The University of Windsor Review, teaches English at the University of Windsor, and is completing a collection of poetry, Scar Tissue.


From Burn Tissue Cycle, J. Michael Yates 2014 University of San Francisco

From Burn Tissue Cycle, J. Michael Yates

Ontario Review

J. MICHAEL YATES is the author of Nothing Speaks for the Blue Moraines (reviewed in this issue), Man in the Glass Octopus (fiction, The Sono Nis Press, 1968), The Abstract Beast (fiction and drama, Sono Nis, 1971), and many other volumes; his work has appeared virtually everywhere — in Poetry, The Tamarack Review, The Southern Review, The Malahat Review, The Canadian Forum, such anthologies as Contemporary Poetry of British Columbia, and elsewhere. He has taught most recently at the University of British Columbia and is now a full-time writer and publisher.


Two Poems, Ernest Sandeen 2014 University of San Francisco

Two Poems, Ernest Sandeen

Ontario Review

ERNEST SANDEEN, on the English faculty of the University of Notre Dame, has published widely in periodicals such as Poetry, The Hudson Review, The Iowa Review, and Prism International. He has two books of poems, Antennas of Silence and Children and Older Strangers, and is putting together a third.


Loneliness Of The Minotaur, Miroslav Holub 2014 University of San Francisco

Loneliness Of The Minotaur, Miroslav Holub

Ontario Review

MIROSLAV HOLUB is the author of 11 books of poetry and 3 books of essays in Czech, and his translated works include a Penguin Selected Poems (1967) and Although (London: Jonathan Cape, 1971). His poetry has appeared in many magazines — including Mosaic, Transatlantic Review, The Times Literary Supplement, and London Magazine. Dr. Holub works as an immunologist in Czechoslovakia.


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