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Today Is Wednesday, Claire Franczyk 2010 University of Richmond

Today Is Wednesday, Claire Franczyk

The Messenger

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Goodbye Louisiana, Will Yarbrough 2010 University of Richmond

Goodbye Louisiana, Will Yarbrough

The Messenger

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Before The Beginning, Adam Palumbo 2010 University of Richmond

Before The Beginning, Adam Palumbo

The Messenger

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Stolen Verse, Hayley Swinson 2010 University of Richmond

Stolen Verse, Hayley Swinson

The Messenger

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Two Dry Martinis And An Irish Coffee, Julia Donaldson 2010 University of Richmond

Two Dry Martinis And An Irish Coffee, Julia Donaldson

The Messenger

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Not Busy Being Born, Julia Donaldson 2010 University of Richmond

Not Busy Being Born, Julia Donaldson

The Messenger

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Hochelaga, Dawn Hackett 2010 University of Richmond

Hochelaga, Dawn Hackett

The Messenger

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A Man And A Tree, Josh Huffines 2010 University of Richmond

A Man And A Tree, Josh Huffines

The Messenger

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Preface To An August Dawn, Dawn Hackett 2010 University of Richmond

Preface To An August Dawn, Dawn Hackett

The Messenger

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True Crime, Laura Browder 2010 University of Richmond

True Crime, Laura Browder

English Faculty Publications

Whether or not Capote invented something called the “nonfiction novel,” he ushered in the serious, extensive, non-fiction treatment of murder. In the years since In Cold Blood appeared, the genre of true crime regularly appears on the bestseller list. It is related to crime fiction, certainly – but it might equally well be grouped with documentary or read alongside romance fiction. And while its readers have a deep engagement with the genre that is very different from the engagement of readers of crime fiction, its writers are often forced to occupy a position – in relation to victims, criminals and police – that ...


The Heart Is A Strange Muscle, Laura Browder 2010 University of Richmond

The Heart Is A Strange Muscle, Laura Browder

English Faculty Publications

Rachel’s beeper went off just as her back began growing numb, jammed against the pieces of broken and discarded furniture in the storage room. A second later, Bobby’s went off too. She unwrapped her legs from around his sweaty back, pulled herself up to a sitting position, and groped through the jumble of clothing.


Telling Old Tales Newly : Intertextuality In Young Adult Fiction For Girls, Elisabeth Rose Gruner 2010 University of Richmond

Telling Old Tales Newly : Intertextuality In Young Adult Fiction For Girls, Elisabeth Rose Gruner

English Faculty Publications

In one of the inaugural articles in feminist literary criticism, "Feminism and Fairy Tales," Karen Rowe followed Simon de Beauvoir's lead in claiming that fairy tales structure the consciousness of girls and women, and in a negative way. As Donald Haase has noted, "In Rowe's view, the fairy tale--perhaps precisely because of its 'awesome imaginative power'--had a role to play in cultivating equality among men and women, but it would have to be a rejuvenated fairy tale fully divested of its idealized romantic fantasies" (5). In the years since Rowe's essay first appeared, however, it has ...


Queen Of The Buzzards: A Southern Woman's Legacy (Excerpt), Callie Dowdy 2010 University of Richmond

Queen Of The Buzzards: A Southern Woman's Legacy (Excerpt), Callie Dowdy

The Messenger

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Wise Teaching To Students’ Kinesthetic Intelligence: The Teacher As Surrogate, Guru, Foreshadower, Choreographer, Or Expeditionist, Sara K. Schneider 2010 National College of Education

Wise Teaching To Students’ Kinesthetic Intelligence: The Teacher As Surrogate, Guru, Foreshadower, Choreographer, Or Expeditionist, Sara K. Schneider

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Based on the degree of the teacher’s perceived skill, engagement, and role play with her students, this model posits six distinct styles of teaching to students’ kinesthetic intelligence and differentiates their effects on learning.


Connecting, Helen Walker, Grace Feuerverger, Gesa E. Kirsch, Betsy Newmeyer, Anita Voelker, Allison Brimmer, Debbie Axelrod, Margo Wilson, Catherine M. Nelson, Liang Zhao 2010 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Connecting, Helen Walker, Grace Feuerverger, Gesa E. Kirsch, Betsy Newmeyer, Anita Voelker, Allison Brimmer, Debbie Axelrod, Margo Wilson, Catherine M. Nelson, Liang Zhao

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Connecting

Helen Walker - Growing Up

Grace Feuerverger - Mandy

Gesa E. Kirsch - A Teaching Success or Failure?

Betsy Newmeyer - My RIF’d Life

Anita Voelker - Will’s Story

Allison Brimmer - Elitist White Lady Who Tries Too Hard

Debbie Axelrod - Dear Professor

Walker Margo Wilson - Burnishing the Bruises

Catherine M. Nelson - Jimmy

Liang Zhao - Lead by Example


The Things I Wish I Could Tell You When You Cry The Most: Stories, Celeste A. Prince 2010 Macalester College

The Things I Wish I Could Tell You When You Cry The Most: Stories, Celeste A. Prince

English Honors Projects

My collection of short stories explores the formation of identity for Black characters while living and working in predominantly-white settings. Suburban neighborhoods, schools, and other supposed “neutral” sites – for example, restaurants, public transportation, and night clubs – can be welcoming, uncomfortable or hostile spaces for people of color when they are the only ones represented in the room. Through topics such as passing, assimilation, and interracial relationships, my project asks how people develop a Black identity in the absence of Blackness and how this absence can both positively and negatively affect later interactions with people of color.


Transforming Text: Finding The Poem Within, Deborah F. Carrington, Chapman Hood Frazier 2010 James Madison University

Transforming Text: Finding The Poem Within, Deborah F. Carrington, Chapman Hood Frazier

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

This essay illustrates creative ways for students to re-envision a page of text in order to discover multiple meanings through the integration of visual art and poetry.


Nurturing Difference: The Autistic Student In Professional Writing Programs, Andrea Greenbaum 2010 Barry University

Nurturing Difference: The Autistic Student In Professional Writing Programs, Andrea Greenbaum

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

can assist autistic students by providing them with writing opportunities through the classroom, internships, and university publications. Aiding their personal and professional development also serves the university and the community-at-large.


It’S Complicated: Using Facebook To Create Emotional Connections In Student-Professor Relationships, Anthony Atkins 2010 UNC Wilmington

It’S Complicated: Using Facebook To Create Emotional Connections In Student-Professor Relationships, Anthony Atkins

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

How can we use Facebook and other technologies to create emotional and professional connections with students?


Book Reviews, Judy Halden-Sullivan, Ken DeLucca, Brad Lucas, Timothy Shea, William Archibald 2010 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Book Reviews, Judy Halden-Sullivan, Ken Delucca, Brad Lucas, Timothy Shea, William Archibald

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Book Reviews

Judy Halden-Sullivan - Practices in Mindfulness

Ken DeLucca - Schoeberlein, Deborah and Suki Sheth. Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness: A Guide for Anyone Who Teaches Anything. Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2009.

Brad Lucas - MacDonald, Elizabeth, and Dennis Shirley. The Mindful Teacher. New York: Teachers College Press, 2009.

Timothy Shea - VanDeWeghe, Richard. Engaged Learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2009.

William Archibald - Cummings, Robert E. Lazy Virtues: Teaching Writing in the Age of Wikipedia. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt UP, 2009


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