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Introduction to Poetry. Professor Dan Moss recommends ‘Ariel’ by Sylvia Plath

Professor Dan Moss recommends Ariel by Sylvia Plath (ISBN: 0060931728): Plath is a bestseller at Barnes and Noble for all the wrong reasons: beauty, betrayal, suicide, celebrity. Fortunately, this also means her compelling and disturbing second volume of poems is … Continue reading

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Professor Spotlight: Book Recommendations

Do professors, busy with their academic duties – teaching, writing, and researching in their respective fields – make time for leisurely reading? I was curious and asked, and thought I would share a few of their responses. While reading about … Continue reading

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News and Notes on Faculty

Angela Ards, recipient of a fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, is working on her book, Affirmative Acts: The Ethics of Self-Fashioning in Contemporary African American Women’s Autobiography. Irina Dumitrescu presented Troubling Teaching in Cynewulf’s Elene at the … Continue reading

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