Better Nature By Fenn Stewart, 2018 Wilfrid Laurier University
Better Nature By Fenn Stewart, Claire Caldwell
Review of Fenn Stewart's Better Nature.
While Glaciers Slept: Being Human In A Time Of Climate Change By M Jackson, 2018 Choate Rosemary Hall
While Glaciers Slept: Being Human In A Time Of Climate Change By M Jackson, Stephen Siperstein
Review of M. Jackson's While Glaciers Slept: Being Human in a Time of Climate Change.
Fault Lines: Life And Landscape In Saskatchewan’S Oil Economy By Valerie Zink And Emily Eaton, 2018 Briercrest College
Fault Lines: Life And Landscape In Saskatchewan’S Oil Economy By Valerie Zink And Emily Eaton, Matthew Zantingh
Review of Valerie Zink and Emily Eaton's Fault Lines: Life and Landscape in Saskatchewan's Oil Economy.
Cleaner, Greener, Healthier: A Prescription For Stronger Canadian Environmental Laws And Policies By David R. Boyd, Alex D. Ketchum
Review of David R. Boyd's Cleaner, Greener, Healthier: A Prescription for Stronger Canadian Environmental Laws and Policies.
Lines Of Flight: An Atomic Memoir By Julie Salverson, 2018 SUNY Potsdam
Lines Of Flight: An Atomic Memoir By Julie Salverson, Ashley E. Reis
Review of Julie Salverson’s Lines of Flight: An Atomic Memoir.
The Poetry Of Louise Glück: The Search For A Feminine Self Through The Lens Of Kristevan Psychoanalytic Feminist Literary Theory, Allison Cooke
Papers & Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research
This essay looks at the poetry of Louise Glück, specifically her two poems “Fugue” and “Persephone the Wanderer” from her 2006 collection Averno, for how the figures of the young woman/daughter and the mother struggle with and for their self-identity in relation to each other and to themselves. Drawing from the philosophy and literary theory of Jacques Derrida, Julia Kristeva, and Margaret Homans to develop the framing concepts of chora, potential capability, paralanguage, and the abject, this essay's argument suggests that these two feminine figures demonstrate difficult and traumatic transformations into what it means to be a woman ...
Birdmania: A Remarkable Passion For Birds By Bernd Brunner, Mozart's Starling By Lyanda Lynn Haupt, And Birds Art Life By Kyo Maclear, Nancy Lee Menning
Review of Bernd Brunner's Birdmania: A Remarkable Passion for Birds, Lyanda Lynn Haupt's Mozart's Starling, and Ky Maclear's Birds Art Life.
Dust Or Fire By Alyda Faber, 2018 Dalhousie University
Dust Or Fire By Alyda Faber, Brandi Estey-Burtt
Review of Alyda Faber's Dust or Fire.
Culture Jamming: Activism And The Art Of Cultural Resistance By Marilyn Delaure And Moritz Fink, 2018 University of North Florida
Culture Jamming: Activism And The Art Of Cultural Resistance By Marilyn Delaure And Moritz Fink, Bart H. Welling
Review of Marilyn DeLaure and Moritz Fink's Culture Jamming: Activism and the Art of Cultural Resistance.
Caribou Run By Richard Kelly Kemick, 2018 York University
Caribou Run By Richard Kelly Kemick, Emily Mcgiffin
Review of Richard Kelly Kemick's Caribou Run.
The Wolf Is Back By Robert Priest, 2018 Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
The Wolf Is Back By Robert Priest, Kelly Shepherd
Review of Robert Priest's The Wolf is Back.
Excerpts From The Novel, Bear War-Den, 2018 writer
Excerpts From The Novel, Bear War-Den, Vivian Demuth
A woman park warden who works in Rocky Mountain National Park spends her time on such tasks as bear patrol, locating tourists who are lost or in other physical danger, and policing park rules. She has a particular affinity for grizzly bears, largely stemming from an experience she had in a Neolithic cave in Spain. During her work and her travels, she observes various ways in which bears are mistreated in parks, sometimes even by researchers with seemingly good intentions. While an out-of-control fire rages through the national park, the woman park warden, with two grizzly bear skulls in hand ...
Gish Jen: Vocation Of The Writer (Library Resources), 2018 College of the Holy Cross
Gish Jen: Vocation Of The Writer (Library Resources), Holy Cross Libraries
Library Resources for Campus Events
A bibliography of resources available through the Holy Cross Libraries which provide additional information related to "Gish Jen: Vocation of the Writer" a lecture by award-winning author and speaker Gish Jen. The conference is sponsored by the Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J. Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture, the Creative Writing Program, and Asian Studies and was held at the College of the Holy Cross on February 27, 2018.
Environmental Humanities: Voices From The Anthropocene By Serpil Oppermann And Serenella Iovino, 2018 University of Calgary
Environmental Humanities: Voices From The Anthropocene By Serpil Oppermann And Serenella Iovino, Pamela Banting
Review of Environmental Humanities: Voices from the Anthropocene by Serpil Oppermann and Serenella Iovino, eds.
Tragedy And Theodicy: The Role Of The Sufferer From Job To Ahab, 2018 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Tragedy And Theodicy: The Role Of The Sufferer From Job To Ahab, Nora Carroll
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
The character of Job starts in literature, a trope and archetype of the suffering man who potentially gains wisdom through suffering. Job’s characterization informs a comparison to Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, Shakespeare’s King Lear, Milton’s Paradise Lost, and finally Melville’s Moby-Dick. These versions of Job rally, fight, and rebel against a universe that was once loving and fair towards a more chaotic and nihilistic one. Job’s suffering is on the mark of all tragedy because he not only experiences a downfall, he gains wisdom through universalizing his torment. The Job trope not only stresses the role ...
The Problem Of Interoperability: Archive Grid As An Archival Discovery Platform, 2018 University of Iowa
The Problem Of Interoperability: Archive Grid As An Archival Discovery Platform, Amy H. Chen, Bruce Washburn
University of Iowa Libraries Staff Publications
All too often, archive websites dissuade users from recognizing, let alone using, digital content. Those of us who work within the archive and library sector may say that we are service-oriented or patron-driven, but in practice what that usually means is that we value the accuracy and timeliness of our answers and the warmth of our interactions, not how users engage with us online. After all, we are not software and web designers. As a result, we rely on external web-based platforms like ArchiveGrid, internal discovery platforms like Aeon, and internal IT teams to facilitate digital access to our content ...
Moving Experiences: Women And Mobility In Late Nineteenth And Early Twentieth-Century American Literature, 2018 University of Kentucky
Moving Experiences: Women And Mobility In Late Nineteenth And Early Twentieth-Century American Literature, Amy Simpson Birk
Theses and Dissertations--English
This project recovers and revises late nineteenth and early twentieth-century narratives of mobility which invoke female protagonists who move from stifling, patriarchal domestic settings in the rural and suburban United States to the more symbolically emancipated settings of New York City and even Europe to reveal both the limitations and possibilities for women’s lives in the United States at the turn of the twentieth century. By challenging popular American fiction’s preoccupation with urban white slavery myths and the lingering proscriptive standards for women’s behavior of the Victorian era, the Introduction argues the selected works of this dissertation ...
“Jailed On The Charge Of Sodomy”: A Same-Sex, Interracial Marriage In 1888, 2018 Kent State University
“Jailed On The Charge Of Sodomy”: A Same-Sex, Interracial Marriage In 1888, Adam Yeich
Nineteenth-Century Ohio Literature
Adam Yeich explains and presents an Ohio newspaper report of a same-sex, interracial marriage in 1888 in Arkansas. This article includes the full text of the newspaper report, an introduction explaining its significance, and a bibliography.
Douglass’ Reply To A. C. C. Thompson’S ‘Letter From Frederick Douglass,’ As Reprinted In The Anti-Slavery Bugle: A Critical Edition Of Both Letters, With A Summary Of Maryland’S Fugitive Slave Laws, 2018 University of Akron
Douglass’ Reply To A. C. C. Thompson’S ‘Letter From Frederick Douglass,’ As Reprinted In The Anti-Slavery Bugle: A Critical Edition Of Both Letters, With A Summary Of Maryland’S Fugitive Slave Laws, Kayla Hardy-Butler
Nineteenth-Century Ohio Literature
Kayla Hardy-Butler presents a famous letter by Frederick Douglass, as it was published in Ohio, with the letter that prompted it. This edition also includes a summary of Maryland slave statutes from the time to better explain the day-to-day experience of slavery debated in this correspondence.
The Purloined Letters: A Collection Of Mail Robbery Reports From Ohio Papers, 1841-1850, 2018 University of Akron
The Purloined Letters: A Collection Of Mail Robbery Reports From Ohio Papers, 1841-1850, Marc Cibella
Nineteenth-Century Ohio Literature
Marc Cibella’s essay introduces and explains why nineteenth-century Americans got excited about newspaper reports of mail robbery.