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Esl Club & Women Speak: Our Second Home In America, Tee Kesnan, Fred Alsberg, Ta-An Wu, Yu-Jou Lin, Juo-Chun Wu Dec 2017

Esl Club & Women Speak: Our Second Home In America, Tee Kesnan, Fred Alsberg, Ta-An Wu, Yu-Jou Lin, Juo-Chun Wu

SWOSU ESL CLUB NEWSLETTER

SWOSU ESL Club Newsletter: Fall 2017 is the third issue of the newsletter for the English as a Second Language Club (ESL).


Citizens Of Memory: Affect, Representation, And Human Rights In Postdictatorship Argentina, Silvia Tandeciarz Nov 2017

Citizens Of Memory: Affect, Representation, And Human Rights In Postdictatorship Argentina, Silvia Tandeciarz

Arts & Sciences Books

Citizens of Memory explores efforts at recollection in post-dictatorship Argentina and the hoped-for futures they set in motion. The material, visual, narrative, and pedagogical interventions it analyzes address the dark years of state repression (1976-1983) while engaging ongoing debates about how this traumatic past should be transmitted to future generations. Two theoretical principles structure the book’s approach to cultural recall: the first follows from an understanding of memory as a social construct that is always as much about the past as it is of the present; the second from the observation that what distinguishes memory from history is affect ...


The Disperata, From Medieval Italy To Renaissance France, Gabriella Scarlatta Aug 2017

The Disperata, From Medieval Italy To Renaissance France, Gabriella Scarlatta

Research in Medieval and Early Modern Culture

Rich with morose invectives, the Italian lyric genre of the disperata builds toward a crescendo of despair, with the speakers damning and condemning their beloved, their enemy, their destiny, Fortune, Love, and often themselves. Although Petrarch and Petrarchism have been amply analyzed as fertile sources for late Renaissance poets in France, the influence of the Italian disperata in this context has yet to receive proper scholarly attention. This study explores how the language and themes of the disperata - including hopelessness, death, suicide, doomed love, collective trauma, and damnations - are creatively adopted by several generations of poets from its beginning in ...


Swosu Esl Club Newsletter: Spring 2017, Tee Kesnan Apr 2017

Swosu Esl Club Newsletter: Spring 2017, Tee Kesnan

SWOSU ESL CLUB NEWSLETTER

SWOSU ESL Club Newsletter: Spring 2017 is the second issue of the newsletter for the English as a Second Language Club (ESL).