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A Map of Exploration from American Linguistic Slavery to Democracy
Inspired by Margaret Fuller, the author applies the theories of Louis Althusser, Michel Foucault, and others to explore the role of journalistic coverage of events in Kenya, Zaire, Ethiopia, and other African countries on ...
Packaging the News
The author examines how the pseudo-event dominates the press's coverage of Washington politics. The author discusses the implementation of the Panama invasion to ensure positive media coverage, as well as personal experiences ...
An Unlikely Examination of the Immortal and Earthbound Molly Bloom
The author reviews and challenges feminist criticism of James Joyce's Ulysses.
A collection of short stories and poetry.
Stories From the Immigrant's Daughter
A collection of poems and short stories.
A Healing Experience
At the end of the fall quarter, I was inspired to do two things: to continue my study of Paul Tillich's theology, and to write poetry. These two rather diverse interests were drawn together in several ways. For throughout ...
The Ladies' Library Association of Port Huron, Michigan: Woman's Struggle for Intellectual Recognition in a Post-Civil War Community
Interested since childhood in the history of Port Huron and its surrounding area, I had intended, at the onset of activity to uncover a period of flourishing literary activity in this Great Lakes city. Although I did not ...
Interstice: A Collection of Writings
At all costs, what are given here are fragments, pieces, bits of glass. They are given with the painful knowledge that they do not begin to impart who I am, nor what I believe in. Yet they are given because they could ...
The Joy of Editing
The following is a journal detailing the activities, thoughts and ideas of Kenneth E. Lacey as he worked during the Fall 1980 quarter at the Independent Business Association in Kalamazoo. The experience as recorded ...