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    movements have emerged in recent decades, such as the Radical Jewish Culture Movement of New York’s Downtown ... and percussion players at the University. The focus of this ensemble is to explore new literature as well ... examines the rich cultural heritage of "roots" genres such as blues, country, gospel, bluegrass ...

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  2. Stauffer

    and Culture,” Victorian Literature and Culture 39 (2011), 293-303. “ The Germ,” The Cambridge Companion ... Associate Editor, Victorian Literature and Culture series, University of Virginia Press (2014-) Editor, “The ... Long Hoeveler. (Blackwell, 2011). “Digital Scholarly Resources for the Study of Victorian Literature ...

    artsci - 11/14/2017 - 14:40

  3. Courses

    class will address literature from pivotal cultural and political moments in African American life, ... Literature (3) Instructor: Sarah Ingle Mon./Wed./Fr. 10:00-10:50, New Cabell Hall 309 This course will ... Literature (3) Instructor: Njelle Hamilton Tues./Thurs. 2:00-3:15, New Cabell Hall 303 In this course, we ...

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  4. Levenson

    Association, October 2000 “The Place of Age,” Monuments and Dust: The Culture of Victorian London, annual ... Solution,” paper delivered at second annual conference on “Monuments and Dust: The Culture of Victorian ... Studies Conference, New York, April 1998 "Crystal Palace, plc," conference on Victorian ...

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  5. Booth

    Writing,” The Cambridge Companion to British Literature 1837-1914, ed. Joanne Shattock, Cambridge: Cambridge ... in the ODNB, or Taking Prosopography Personally,” Journal of Victorian Culture 10:2 (2005): 267-79. “Men ... and Women of the Time: Victorian Prosopographies,” in Life Writing and Victorian Culture, ed. David ...

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    and recent graduates. Our patented job-matching algorithm pairs new job seekers with opportunities that fit ... new corporate initiatives, and contribute to enterprise-wide change initiatives JOB RESPONSIBILITIES ... SQL, SAS or other statistical tools would be beneficial Welcome to New York: Home of the International ...

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  7. Four UVA Graduate Students Give Papers at the International Conference on Religion, Literature, and Culture

    of literary interpretation. By means of this polemical breach, reading the Bible as literature came ... representations of Abraham’s character gives rise to thought, to new questions for literary readers and to new ... ways of considering characterization and genre in biblical literature. Charles A. Gillespie, ...

    Caleb Hendrickson - 11/30/2016 - 18:15

  8. Global English Literature and Culture

    English Literature and Culture (GELC) allows students in the English major to extend their study ... preparation in writing. Additionally, students examine the spread of Anglophone literary culture around ... the world, a phenomenon that has existed from the earliest stages of English literature and that has recently ...

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  9. Modern Literature and Culture (MLC) Area Program

    Literature and Culture is designed for students who seek an interdisciplinary approach to the literature ... of the program participate in an active and collective intellectual life. Modern Literature and Culture ... of their third year and who wish to apply to Modern Literature and Culture should see the program director within ...

    artsci - 10/10/2017 - 15:21

  10. Fraiman

    and Reviews "Jane Austen on the Global Stage." Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Literature, Volume ... of the Sister Relationship in Nineteenth-Century British and American Literature. In Victorian Studies 48.1 ... and Painted Faces: The Rhetoric of Fallenness in Victorian Culture. In Discourse 17.2 (Winter 1994-1995). ...

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