Learn To Speak Japanese In Three Excruciating Steps, 2018 Hamline University
Learn To Speak Japanese In Three Excruciating Steps, Jason A. Bock
Creative Writing Programs
Gary, a middle-aged Midwesterner, lost his first wife and the mother of his only son to a terminal illness ten years ago. His son, Brent, has been living in Japan for five years and barely speaks to his father. After Brent receives a life-threatening diagnosis of his own, Gary travels half-way across the globe to be with his son and attempt to repair their tattered relationship.
Online Versus Face-To-Face Education, 2018 Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops
Online Versus Face-To-Face Education, Georgia Cackett
Proceedings of the Annual Thompson Rivers University Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference
This paper explores the benefits and disadvantages of online and face-to-face modes of education. Throughout the paper, I discuss whether online courses provide the same level of education as face-to-face courses without the nurturing, attentive, and physical aspects. Based on extensive reading on the topic, as well drawing on my personal experience, I argue that online and face-to-face education can have both positive and negative effects on students’ learning. However, I conclude that online courses do not provide the same level of education that face-to-face courses do, based on the nurturing, attentive, and often physical aspects that traditional education provides ...
Writing The Collaborative Process: Measure (Still) For Measure, Shakespeare, And Rape Culture, 2018 Independent Scholar
Writing The Collaborative Process: Measure (Still) For Measure, Shakespeare, And Rape Culture, Nora J. Williams
PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research
To what extent can a process of collaborative creation unseat Shakespeare as a source of cultural authority?
In February 2016, a group of professional performers gathered in an abandoned shop front in Exeter’s city centre to formally begin a devising process with Shakespeare and Middleton’s Measure for Measure that had been incubating in my mind for almost a year. Nearly a year later, in January 2017, an unrelated group of secondary school students began a similar process, with the same text.
What began as a persistent sense that these long-dead writers had omitted an important perspective in their ...
Walt Whitman: The Man Behind The Words, 2018 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Walt Whitman: The Man Behind The Words, Sara Duke
Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Walt Whitman is often considered to be one of the greatest American poets. His ways of writing were unconventional, inappropriate to a degree (according to Victorian standards), yet they intrigued readers not only of the New World, but also those of the Old World. But his writing was not the only thing he was known for. The “Good Gray Poet” was also known for being gentle and warm-hearted, with a striking face and piercing blue eyes. He was welcoming to his neighbors, visitors, and passers-by on the street.
This thesis seeks to understand the man behind Leaves of Grass. Through ...
X̱Wáýx̱Way, 2018 Farleigh Dickinson University
X̱Wáýx̱Way, Andrea Nicki
Poetry by Andrea Nicki
Two Poems, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Two Poems, Carlyle Macphail
Poetry by Carlyle MacPhail
Two Poems, 2018 University of British Columbia
Two Poems, Clea Roberts
Poetry by Clea Roberts
Athabasca River Glacial Melt Global Warming Blues, 2018 University of North Carolina-Asheville
Athabasca River Glacial Melt Global Warming Blues, Gene Hyde
“Athabasca River Glacial Melt Global Warming Blues” is a poem and photograph by Gene Hyde, a writer, photographer, and archivist living in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. This is part of his PhotoEpigraphic51 series that combines a photograph, an epigraph, and a 51 syllable, three haiku verse structure. The photograph was taken in September 2017 along the Athabasca River in Jasper National Park.
Museum Archipelago, 2018 Kansas State University
Museum Archipelago, Elizabeth Dodd
Poetry by Elizabeth Dodd
A Collaboration Of Poetry And Art: The Krill Kill Project, 2018 University of Lethbridge, Calgary Campus
A Collaboration Of Poetry And Art: The Krill Kill Project, Diane Guichon, Sarah Melanie Harrill
Artist Sarah Melanie Harrill interrogates poet Diane Guichon's poem "Krill Kill" in this project of interwoven, creative representations and musings on the connectivity between nature and humanity. This project formed part of the Calgary People's Poetry Festival in the fall of 2017.
Two Poems, 2018 East Tennessee State University
Two Poems, Scott R. Honeycutt
Poetry by Scott R. Honeycutt
The Eau Claire Log Drivers, 2018 Sid Marty
The Eau Claire Log Drivers, Sid Marty
Poetry by Sid Marty
Two Poems, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Two Poems, Joanna Lilley
Poetry by Joanna Lilley.
Two Poems, 2018 York University
Two Poems, Sarah Switzer
Poetry by Sarah Switzer
Two Poems, 2018 Poet
Two Poems, Dan Macisaac
Poetry by Dan MacIsaac
Three Poems, 2018 Selkirk College
Three Poems, Renée Jackson-Harper
Poetry by Renée Jackson-Harper
Three Poems, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Three Poems, Basma Kavanagh
Poetry by Basma Kavanagh
Islands Of Grass By Trevor Herriot And The Long Walk By Jan Zwicky, 2018 University of Saskatchewan
Islands Of Grass By Trevor Herriot And The Long Walk By Jan Zwicky, Gillian Harding-Russell
Review of Trevor Herriot's Islands of Grass and Jan Zwicky's The Long Walk.
Rag Cosmology By Erin Robinsong, 2018 Singing Apple Press
Rag Cosmology By Erin Robinsong, Camilla Nelson
Review of Erin Robinsong's Rag Cosmology.
The Terranauts By T.C. Boyle And The Addlands By Tom Bullough, 2018 York University
The Terranauts By T.C. Boyle And The Addlands By Tom Bullough, Carly E. Thomas
Review of T.C. Boyle's The Terranauts and Tom Bullough's The Addlands.