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Reverberations Of Boarding School Trauma In Upstate New York, Grace A. Miller 2023 Binghamton University

Reverberations Of Boarding School Trauma In Upstate New York, Grace A. Miller

Comparative Woman

The legacy of boarding schools in Upstate New York is one that non-Natives seem to have forgotten. This historical amnesia compounds other acts of genocide, including cultural genocide, of the Haudenosaunee people throughout US history. Established in 1855 at the Cattaraugus Reservation (Seneca), the Thomas Indian School would serve as an institution of forced assimilation and displacement, much like the other Native American boarding schools. While the larger US population has grown to forget these schools' existence, the shadowed legacy of institutions, like the Thomas Indian School, Haskell, and Carlisle Indian Industrial School, the rippling effects of these schools’ practices …


The Kin-Ship, Zheng Moham Wang 2023 California Institute of the Arts/Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The Kin-Ship, Zheng Moham Wang

Comparative Woman

This is a group of two English poems the author composed separately in 2019 and 2021 about the imaginary scenes of his grandpa and mother from a Iu-Mien family of Southeast Asia and Southwestern China. The group was submitted to the upcoming Kinship volume of the Comparative Woman journal of Louisiana State University.


Magpies, Bridge And Goddess: Unearthing The Hidden Symbols And Rediscovering The Lost Goddess In Chinese Qiqiao Festival, Juan Wu 2023 University of Sydney

Magpies, Bridge And Goddess: Unearthing The Hidden Symbols And Rediscovering The Lost Goddess In Chinese Qiqiao Festival, Juan Wu

Comparative Woman

The Qiqiao Festival, also known as the Qixi Festival, or Chinese valentine’s day, is a festival celebrating the annual meeting of the Cowherd and Weaver Maid in mythology. The most influential version focuses on the romance or love theme; however, it ignores its underlying historical context, gender tension and mythical belief. This paper takes the texts, rituals and materials related to the Qiqiao festival to investigate its origin and evolution. First, it takes the anthological case of the Qiqiao festival in Xihe county to explore its core image of the holy bridge and Goddess Qiao. Second, it traces the bridge …


Ghazal Toward Knowing, Nilufar Karimi 2023 University of California, San Diego

Ghazal Toward Knowing, Nilufar Karimi

Comparative Woman

No abstract provided.


Wolfpen Hollow, Amy Wright Vollmar 2023 Louisiana State University

Wolfpen Hollow, Amy Wright Vollmar

Comparative Woman

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From Extractivism To Adjacency. A Research Manifesto, Margarita Palacios, Anette Baldauf 2023 Birkbeck, University of London

From Extractivism To Adjacency. A Research Manifesto, Margarita Palacios, Anette Baldauf

Emancipations: A Journal of Critical Social Analysis

This essay concerns with the ways in which extractivism continues to be reproduced in academic frameworks despite innumerous initiatives of decolonization. Engaging with artistic research and embracing a materialist approach that emphasizes embeddedness and embodiment, as well as acknowledging the affective-aesthetic flows that accompany research, the authors locate the heart of the problem at the disjuncture between critical epistemology and research practices. This disavowed space of knowledge production, they argue, is where the logics of extractivism and its racialized epistemic dualism are reproduced. The authors put forward the notion of adjacency, as in their view, dwelling on the power of …


Encountering Ghosts Of The Capitalocene On Northern German Walkways, Lara-Lane Plambeck 2023 Christian Albrecht University of Kiel, Germany

Encountering Ghosts Of The Capitalocene On Northern German Walkways, Lara-Lane Plambeck

Emancipations: A Journal of Critical Social Analysis

Walking is a two-fold practice of both transcendence reflecting capitalist conformity as well as of potential for resistance. Applying the theory on walking traditionally associated with the subject in the modern city (Benjamin 1999) to today‘s Northern German countryside, I will argue that the dominant structures of feeling reflected in the walking culture and rural people‘s engagement with the land today is characterized by a sense of capitalist realism (Fisher 2009) and informed by the feeling of alienation leading to the fetishization of landscape. I, too want to explore walking‘s potential to step out of capitalist conformity. When intentionally walking …


Fred And Dinah Gretsch School Of Music Newsletter, Georgia Southern University 2023 Georgia Southern University

Fred And Dinah Gretsch School Of Music Newsletter, Georgia Southern University

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Thirty Years On: Reflections On Haydn’S “Farewell” Symphony By James Webster, L. Poundie Burstein, Elaine Sisman, W. Dean Sutcliffe, James Webster 2023 Berklee College of Music

Thirty Years On: Reflections On Haydn’S “Farewell” Symphony By James Webster, L. Poundie Burstein, Elaine Sisman, W. Dean Sutcliffe, James Webster

HAYDN: Online Journal of the Haydn Society of North America

It has been just over thirty years since James Webster published his influential monograph Haydn’s “Farewell” Symphony and the Idea of Classical Style: Through-Composition and Cyclic Integration in His Instrumental Music (Cambridge University Press, 1991). To honor the anniversary of Webster’s groundbreaking book, the Encounters with Eighteenth-Century Music: A Virtual Forum steering committee asked L. Poundie Burstein, Elaine Sisman, and W. Dean Sutcliffe to offer perspectives on the book, and James Webster to respond to their perspectives. The interesting online session occurred on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, and included a lively open discussion following the presentations and Webster’s response. The …


Bad Behaviour, Christopher R. Deacy 2023 University of Kent at Canterbury - U.K.

Bad Behaviour, Christopher R. Deacy

Journal of Religion & Film

This is a film review of Bad Behaviour (2023), directed by Alice Englert.


Cat Person, Christopher R. Deacy 2023 University of Kent at Canterbury - U.K.

Cat Person, Christopher R. Deacy

Journal of Religion & Film

This is a film review of Cat Person (2023), directed by Susanna Fogel.


Our Males And Females, William L. Blizek, Monica Blizek 2023 University of Nebraska at Omaha

Our Males And Females, William L. Blizek, Monica Blizek

Journal of Religion & Film

This is a film review of Our Males and Females (2023), directed by Ahmad Alyaseer.


Evans County Centennial Celebration Collection, Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections 2023 Georgia Southern University

Evans County Centennial Celebration Collection, Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections

Finding Aids

Spanning 1911-2014, the materials in this collection include historic photographs, maps, and manuscript materials that were acquired and created by the Evans County Centennial Celebration committee during the Centennial Celebration of Evans County. With one exception, materials span the one hundred years since the county’s founding in 1914. The Centennial Celebration committee sponsored and produced several publications about the history of Evans County. Digital materials consist of photographs, video recordings, maps and other materials about the history of Evans County and the centennial celebration


A Prosified Alexandreis With Catalan Glosses: Notes On Tarragona, Biblioteca Pública, Ms 13, Josep Pujol 2023 Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

A Prosified Alexandreis With Catalan Glosses: Notes On Tarragona, Biblioteca Pública, Ms 13, Josep Pujol

Translat Library

Tarragona, Biblioteca Pública, MS 13 deserves special attention among the codices of Catalan origin that contain Gautier de Châtillon’s Alexandreis because it transmits a prosified version of the poem in which syntax is rearranged to conform to grammatical order and because some of its dense interlineal glosses are in Catalan. This article offers a description of the manuscript, examines its prosifications and glosses as pedagogical tools, and suggests links between the codex and the vernacular culture of the first half of the fifteenth century.


Home, 2023 John Carroll University

Home

The John Carroll Review

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Sticky Note, 2023 John Carroll University

Sticky Note

The John Carroll Review

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Addicted, Makenna Wilson 2023 John Carroll University

Addicted, Makenna Wilson

The John Carroll Review

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Ryan, Alara Koprulu 2023 John Carroll University

Ryan, Alara Koprulu

The John Carroll Review

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My Father, The Bartender, Olivia Mirmohamed 2023 John Carroll University

My Father, The Bartender, Olivia Mirmohamed

The John Carroll Review

No abstract provided.


We're Done Here, Demitri Cullen 2023 John Carroll University

We're Done Here, Demitri Cullen

The John Carroll Review

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