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  1. Kinney

    Should I Read Next?  Ed.  Jessica Feldman and Robert Stilling (Charlottesville: University of Virginia ... and Counter-Turn: Reappraising Mary Wroth’s Poetic Labyrinths,” in Re-Reading Mary Wroth, ed. Naomi Miller ... Journal 27 (2009): 39-53. “Undoing Romance: Beaumont and Fletcher’s Resistant Reading of The Countess ...

    artsci - 01/12/2018 - 14:14

  2. Fowler

    to the Word Hoard” in What Should I Read Next?, ed. Jessica Feldman and Robert Stilling (Charlottesville: ... Experientiality (or, Roaming with Palamon and Arcite)” in Readings in Medieval Textuality: A Celebratory Excursion ... feminism, political thought. She has an abiding interest in what people do with poems in real places. T/Th ...

    artsci - 01/17/2018 - 13:29

  3. Climate Change, Politics and Religion

    Jenkins  argues that we should view this climate denial not as the result of a religious narrative, ... but as a way of avoiding accountability for polluting the atmosphere. Read his recent piece on the London ...

    edb9d - 06/14/2017 - 10:37

  4. New Transfer Student Guide: Building a Schedule

    course you select. If you are in doubt, you should confer with the professor. Courses numbered beyond ... to strike a balance between courses that require extensive reading (e.g., history, English, government), ... Architecture, Engineering, Education, or Batten), check to see what courses are recommended for the program you ...

    Carey Carothers - 11/17/2016 - 17:26

  5. Epidemics

    Health and Society WGS 2450 Gender and Environmental Justice Required Summer ’16 Reading Over the summer ... we recommend some optional reading (not required!), but do want students to pay attention ... to the possible emergence of a zika virus outbreak in the coming months.  Optional Reading: a novel, ...

    artsci - 10/20/2017 - 12:25

  6. Human Impact on the Environment

    review of what is on the internet quickly illustrates one aspect of the problem and the confusion. ... environmental changes are creating regional combinations of environmental conditions that, within the next 50 ... important center of the Pueblo world in the 11th and 12th centuries. I address what I believe are key ...

    artsci - 03/28/2017 - 11:19

  7. "Rice Theory" Proposes that We Are What We Grow

    on differing cultural attitudes in the rice- and wheat-producing regions of China.  Read more... ...

    etb8b - 05/09/2014 - 13:34

  8. What Color Is Your Parachute?

    of the book and students may want to read it independently, or follow up by checking out the book in its ...

    ef8t - 11/10/2015 - 13:43

  9. Announcements

    of challenge next year! Read all about it-- Inaugural GDS Newsletter  We are excited to announce ... you want to take the class and what museum experience you have (if any).     Please join us ... the Life/Not Life Binary: A Feminist-Indigenous Reading of Cryopreservation, Interspecies Thinking and the New ...

    artsci - 04/06/2016 - 14:31

  10. Chase

    Guilt and Reparation,” in What Should I Read Next? Eds. Jessica Feldman and Robert Stilling (The ... December 2003 “Body Shock: What to Do with the Dying?” (with Michael Levenson), Modern Language ... “Close Readings,” Panel on Pedagogy, University of Virginia, November 16, 2001 “London Through the Aged,” ...

    artsci - 01/17/2018 - 14:40