Armand Schwerner: An Interview, 2019 Selected Works
Armand Schwerner: An Interview, Willard Gingerich
In an interview, writer and educator Armand Schwerner discusses his recent and earlier Tablets, the creation of the icons in them, and his Scholar/Translator. Schwerner projects another 21 Tablets.
On The Death Of Travel Writing, 2019 Colorado State University - Fort Collins
On The Death Of Travel Writing, Caleb L. González
Toyon Literary Magazine
On The Wind, 2019 None
On The Wind, Wyatt Georgeson
Toyon Literary Magazine
Between The Living And The Dead, 2019 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Between The Living And The Dead, Laura Henriksen
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
Throughout my studies at the Graduate Center, I have attempted to deepen my understanding of how some people, such as myself and my family, came to be white, and what that means, and how it can be undone. This question of whiteness has pushed me further back ontologically, or deeper down, to include how some people came to be human, and then even further, how some matter came to be living. In my thesis project I attempt to participate in dismantling one of the most fundamental binaries in binary thinking — the strict and uncomplicated division between the living and the ...
Multilingual Moomins: Examining The Translation Of Tove Jansson’S Nonsense Character Names From Swedish To English And Finnish, Janine A E Strandberg
Journal of Literary Onomastics
Permanent Functions Of Characters’ Proper Names In Harry Potter, 2019 Koszalin University of Technology
Permanent Functions Of Characters’ Proper Names In Harry Potter, Martyna Gibka
Journal of Literary Onomastics
To Kill A Stereotype: An Examination Of Canonical Literature And Racial Representation In The Classroom, Tiphany Phan
Honors Theses at the University of Iowa
This project examines racial representation in canonical texts frequently taught in the secondary English Language Arts classroom. Every year, the population of students in the American public school system becomes increasingly more racially diverse while the demographics of the teaching population and the literature within classrooms remain the same. As the student population continues to change, what type of literature and curriculum must educators teach in order to represent students’ diverse identities and encourage respect and responsiveness towards other cultures? As an Asian-American pre-service teacher, I first discuss the current state of American public school education in this project and ...
Gwendolyn Brooks: Tragedies That Led Her To The Black Consciousness, 2019 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
Gwendolyn Brooks: Tragedies That Led Her To The Black Consciousness, Diana Gonzalez '20, Samantha Lazcano '20, Esha Dani '20
Distinguished Student Work
Gwendolyn Brooks was a black poet who initially conformed to the writing expectations set by white poets during the 1930s. Specifically, her writing resembled that of Euro-American poets, making black audiences reluctant to read her work. However, in 1967, Brooks had a literary awakening that led her to the black consciousness: the belief that black artists should be writing for black audiences through the expression of black experiences. Brooks used her gift as a talented poet to resonate with the black youth in Chicago, instead of focusing on white audiences. She took the many tragedies, such as discrimination and racism ...
Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, And Nowhere: The Influence Of Place On Bildungsroman, 2019 Georgia Southern University
Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, And Nowhere: The Influence Of Place On Bildungsroman, Brady Gwynn
University Honors Program Theses
This research focuses on two metropolitan cities, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh, and addresses their connection to the novel form. Bildungsroman texts are necessary for this analysis of place because adolescence allows for the awakening of oneself and one’s surroundings. On the brink of adulthood, these protagonists reminisce on home while exploring a new landscape: the city.
How To Hold The Sky, 2019 Bard College
How To Hold The Sky, Summer Grace Flemister
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Senior Project submitted to The Division of Multidisciplinary Studies and Languages and Literature of Bard College.
"Beyond Consolation": Or Strangeness, Estrangement, And Strange-Ing In The Elegy For The Black Body, 1955-Present, Naomie Jean-Pierre
Dissertations and Theses
The Elegy for the Black Body examines the mid-twentieth to early-twenty-first-century poetic justice crafted by African American poets to eulogize individual African Americans whose deaths were the result of racial and political violence. In the age of lynching, mass shooting, and police brutality, I argue that an African American poetic tradition persists that, while not entirely beholden to the ancient elegy, is its distant relative, along with the English and American Elegy. I argue further that while the contemporary American elegy has undergone for the last six decades intensive study, from the notable studies done by Peter Sack’s in ...
Black Men Who Betray Their Race: 20th Century Literary Representations Of The Black Male Race Traitor, 2019 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Black Men Who Betray Their Race: 20th Century Literary Representations Of The Black Male Race Traitor, Gregory Coleman
This dissertation, Black Men Who Betray Their Race, gathers a literary archive in order to identify and introduce the “race traitor” as a heretofore unrecognized yet important trope within 20th century African-American Literature. In addition to coping with the burden of racism, African Americans have had to put considerable energy toward negotiating the possibility of being perceived as race traitors by others within the African American community. This study tracks the possibilities and perils of black group identity in literary representations of black men, neither privileging opposition to the white world, nor celebrating black unity beyond it. Focusing on ...
Acknowledging The "Forgotten" Contributions Of Black Female Authors: A Review Of _Women Of The Harlem Renaissance_ By Cheryl Wall, Emily M. Allmond
This review critiques Cheryl Wall's book, Women of the Harlem Renaissance. In this book, Wall addresses the contributions black female authors and artists made to the Harlem Renaissance. The life stories of Jessie Fauset, Nella Larsen, and Zora Neale Hurston are examined and analyzed by Wall to show the obstacles these female authors faced, and the ways in which the subject matter of their works was affected by their circumstances and cultural upbringing. For many years, these contributions were largely overlooked by both critics and popular culture. Wall's narrative illuminates the significance of these contributions, provides some context ...
Integration Of Local Poetic Voices: An Interview With Lawson Fusao Inada, 2018 Southern Oregon University
Integration Of Local Poetic Voices: An Interview With Lawson Fusao Inada, Alma Rosa Alvarez, John Rafael Almaguer
Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies
An interview with Lawson Fusoa Inada
Decolonizing Adoption Narratives For Transnational Reproductive Justice, 2018 Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, Korea
Decolonizing Adoption Narratives For Transnational Reproductive Justice, Sung Hee Yook, Hosu Kim
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
In their article “Decolonizing Adoption Narratives for Transnational Reproductive Justice,” Sung Hee Yook and Hosu Kim examine narratives emerging from transnational adoption practices, focusing on how birth mothers’ narratives—in which a victim-mother makes choices to give a child for adoption in hopes of a better life for the child, and awaits that child’s return—develop alongside and deviate from the normative orders of motherhood. While birth mothers’ self-transformative narrative illuminates their subjectivities—apart from victimhood, simmering in the latent form of agency—Yook and Kim argue that a compelling narrative of self-mastery produces another discursive trap which renders ...
An Exploratory Study Of Acculturation Experiences Of Graduate Student Immigrants At The University Of San Francisco, 2018 The University of San Francisco
An Exploratory Study Of Acculturation Experiences Of Graduate Student Immigrants At The University Of San Francisco, Courtney Lamar
This study explores the shared challenges during the acculturation process of graduate student immigrants pursuing higher education in the United States. 13 graduate student immigrants at the University of San Francisco discuss their experiences of cultural adjustment into U.S. culture. Through qualitative interviews and thematic analysis, this study seeks to understand the acculturation experiences of graduate student immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area of the United States. This analysis is based on the individual-level experience examining attitudes and acculturation strategies in the dominant society. Analysis, possibly policy implication for institutions of higher education, and possible directions for future ...
African Poetry Libraries-A Global Collaboration, 2018 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
African Poetry Libraries-A Global Collaboration, Lorna M. Dawes, Charlene Maxey-Harris
Faculty Publications, UNL Libraries
In 2014, the African Poetry Book Fund (APBF) and the University of Nebraska (UNL)literary magazine-thePrairie Schooner established African Poetry Libraries in five countries; Ghana, Kenya,Uganda, Gambia and Botswana. The purpose of these libraries wasto support the creativity of aspiring and establishedpoets in their local communities. The University of Nebraska Libraries was asked toserve as consultants on the initiative by working with local volunteers to set up thelibraries and provideongoing assistance and advice to the new libraries during thefirst three years of their inception. The goal of the librariesis to support thelocal community of poets through access to contemporary ...
The Road That Got Us Here, 2018 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
The Road That Got Us Here, Kayla M. Rotz
English Department: Traveling American Modernism (ENG 366, Fall 2018)
This article attempts to explain the romanticism of Native American culture existing in The United States and how it came to be. Through a chain of events this romanticism began. Forced Migration caused a social divide creating a separate social space for Native American people. Because of this negative social space we may see hegemony begin to take place. The American Government took Native children from their homes and forced them to assimilate into the general American population, thus creating a domino effect. In many cases children carry on a culture for other generations. However if these children are forced ...
Meera Atkinson. The Poetics Of Transgenerational Trauma. Bloomsbury, 2017., 2018 University of California, Santa Cruz
Meera Atkinson. The Poetics Of Transgenerational Trauma. Bloomsbury, 2017., Katie Lally
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Review of Meera Atkinson. The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma. Bloomsbury, 2017.
Review Of "French Genealogy Of The Beat Generation", 2018 University of Maine
Review Of "French Genealogy Of The Beat Generation", Susan Pinette
Franco-American Centre Franco-Américain Faculty Scholarship
Review of Véronique Lane's "French Genealogy of the Beat Generation"