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Eternal Woodland, Brendan Rowland 2020 Cedarville University

Eternal Woodland, Brendan Rowland

Cedarville Review

"Eternal Woodland" is a brief piece of creative nonfiction, decidedly impressionistic, a set of unique yet universal snapshots from the author's childhood.


Topophilia, Chloie R. Benton 2020 Cedarville University

Topophilia, Chloie R. Benton

Cedarville Review

This piece was written in response to a relocation and considers the implications of "home."


Limit, Katie L. Milligan 2020 Cedarville University

Limit, Katie L. Milligan

Cedarville Review

This piece, written in vignettes, utilizes intellectual appeal and disparate memories to analyze the human tendency to push limits through magnifying the story of a traffic accident.


The Electrician’S Daughter: A Meditation On Love In 13 Chapters, Hannah R. Fair 2020 Cedarville University

The Electrician’S Daughter: A Meditation On Love In 13 Chapters, Hannah R. Fair

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


October 8th, Meghan Largent 2020 Cedarville University

October 8th, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


21:4, Griffin Messer 2020 Cedarville University

21:4, Griffin Messer

Cedarville Review

This is a story about my younger brother, Dom.


Zuihitsu: Teaching Aiiieeeee! As Intersectional Ecological Archive, Kenji C. Liu 2020 University of California, Los Angeles

Zuihitsu: Teaching Aiiieeeee! As Intersectional Ecological Archive, Kenji C. Liu

Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies

A response to the Aiiieeeee! anthology on its 45th anniversary, using the Japanese zuihitsu form to reflect on its intersectional and ecological complexities and relevance for today.


Narrative Of A Kentucky Bibliophile, Heather G. Jackson 2020 Cedarville University

Narrative Of A Kentucky Bibliophile, Heather G. Jackson

The Idea of an Essay

No abstract provided.


To Drown Or Not To Drown: Self Discovery Through The Lens Of Formalist Theory, Sierra Correia 2020 Southern Adventist University

To Drown Or Not To Drown: Self Discovery Through The Lens Of Formalist Theory, Sierra Correia

Senior Research Projects

The purpose of this project was to discover whether or not using creative nonfiction writing as a strategy in narrative therapy can aid in the process of self-discovery, self-awareness, and self-reflection. To begin, I selected creative nonfiction pieces for analysis: Underwater Blue, Forever Blue, and The Knowing, all of which come from a portfolio completed in Fall 2019 and contain traumatic subject matter. Literary formalist criticism, the Narrative Process Model, and narrative themes and the concept of self were the chosen methods of analysis. I found commonalities in writers' craft tools as well as in themes and self in all ...


White Noise, Pierce Ellinwood 2020 Dartmouth College

White Noise, Pierce Ellinwood

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


The Owl Outside Our Window, Mark Travis 2020 Dartmouth College

The Owl Outside Our Window, Mark Travis

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


Calling The Stars Home, Anna Koester 2020 Dartmouth College

Calling The Stars Home, Anna Koester

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


The Humblest Of Them All, Vibhustuti Thapa 2020 Dartmouth College

The Humblest Of Them All, Vibhustuti Thapa

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


Contemplating Efficiency: Secular Mindfulness Practices From The Perspective Of Neoliberalism, Janina Misiewicz 2020 Dartmouth College

Contemplating Efficiency: Secular Mindfulness Practices From The Perspective Of Neoliberalism, Janina Misiewicz

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


Amjambo Africa! (July 2020), Kathreen Harrison 2020 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (July 2020), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In This Issue...

Publisher’s Editorial ....................p. 4

Translations French ...................................... p.5

Swahili...................................... p.6

Somali ....................................... p.7

Kinyarwanda ..........................p.18

Portuguese .............................p.19

News from Africa ........................p. 8

Business, Economics & Financial Literacy...................p. 10

World Market Basket ..........p. 12/13

Legislative Update ......p 17/20/21/9

Community News......................p. 16

Columns..............................................

About hair .................................p. 20

Hope House ..............................p. 19

Safe Healthcare .........................p. 21


Mother Heart, Elisa Miriam Palumbo 2020 Liberty University

Mother Heart, Elisa Miriam Palumbo

Masters Theses

This memoir tells the story of a girl who lost her mom to cancer when she was eleven and how she learned to cope with her loss through writing.


My Ribcage Makes Eye Contact, Erika Rasmussen 2020 Santa Clara University

My Ribcage Makes Eye Contact, Erika Rasmussen

Canterbury Scholars

Erika Rasmussen's "My Ribcage Makes Eye Contact" is a collection of poems completed during her time as a Canterbury Scholar at Santa Clara University. The poems address questions, experiences, and images that speak to spirituality, family, loss, uncertainty, hope, the body, and love.


Amjambo Africa! (June 2020), Kathreen Harrison 2020 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (June 2020), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In This Issue...

Ramadan 2020.............................p. 2

Introducing Africa News editor.p. 5

Pious Ali .......................................p. 6

Banyamulenge .............................p. 8

L/A Food needs ...........................p. 9


Aligning Assessments With Course Outcomes, Carol Damgen, Carol L. Damgen 2020 CSUSB

Aligning Assessments With Course Outcomes, Carol Damgen, Carol L. Damgen

Q2S Enhancing Pedagogy

This reflection is based on an educational assignment from my Oral Interpretation of Literature course at California State University, San Bernardino, May 2019.

A consistent focus and goal for me as an educator is to align assessments with course outcomes.

The learning outcome for this class session focused on the cognitive approach- “students will develop the skills to communicate an oral interpretation of literature to an audience with believability, dramatic action and honesty.”

The intention of this class period was for my students to clearly understand the difference between acting, reading and oral interpretation. Oral Interpretation is a type of ...


Enacting Gaia And Slow Violence In Fabrice Monteiro’S The Prophecy Series, Isadora Italia 2020 Dartmouth College

Enacting Gaia And Slow Violence In Fabrice Monteiro’S The Prophecy Series, Isadora Italia

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


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