I describe language projects in three communities in order to add to discussion on the responsibilities of academic linguists. This presentation will demonstrate how a team-taught four-week advanced German course in Würzburg, Germany, helps students develop intercultural competence and global learning skills. By exploring its development, themes, and performances, one gains a better understanding of modern Jewish society in Europe and America. Nina Belmonte, University of Victoria. Brenda Bran, California State University Dominguez Hills.
Maribel Rams, Western Washington University. Muuten näyttää siltä että Himanen on yksin työstänyt Sininen-kirja luonnoksen. Clarissa Castaneda, University of California, Riverside. Sylvie Blum, University of Florida. Yu Wen, University of Toronto Canada.
Helga Thorson, University of Victoria. But are they performing Egypt, or Egyptomania? Laura Baker, California Institute of Integral Studies. These are some of the question I would like to answer in this short talk. Perhaps the most unsettling piece is a close reading of China, often presented as a place bucking the trend of the crisis, that suggests that the economy may not be as strong taking the full range of neo-classical measures as is presented but more importantly pointing to the deep seated social crisis that is emerging. It shows the influence of popular culture on the literary production of elite circles, while offering a good example of the role of drama in the phenomenon of cultural patronage in the early Qing.
In France he quick Castells is a sociologist especially associated with information society and communication research. In the fifth step, the main categories were extracted based on their most consistency with the subcategories; and in the final step, results were interpreted and quantitative assessment e. Yun Ha Kim, Yonsei University. His monograph on the artist Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Mutes, was published by Forlagið in 2008. Studies Barbour, 2012; Kim, 2012 show that several universities have plunged into this type of courses relatively headlong, perhaps mainly driven by fear of losing out in the competition for international students. This paper will trace the historical and political lineage of early video games in the Cold War.
This paper will examine how agitative rhetoric can persuade individuals to act on the knowledge that they have: that climate change is a result of human endeavor and cannot be reversed without people curbing their behavior. . Aubrey, Metropolitan State University of Denver. Tamara Watkins, Virginia Commonwealth University. Alexandra Meany, University of Washington.
Lisann Anders, University of Zurich. Do join us at Mindport—where art and science come together to fascinate and delight! Based on contemporary newspaper accounts, advertising trade cards, and first-hand narratives, I present an overview of the productions and speculate on why they were so popular in this time period. The library, the studio, the place of intellectual development is faced with destruction and death by the perpetually moving, anonymous female ghost. In a continuing effort to define the parameters and themes of Italian cinema concerned with environmental issues, I will engage some recent productions in order to identify not only a local but a global shared vocabulary of activism. Jeremiah Axelrod, Institute for the Study of Los Angeles, Occidental College.
Performance of rape punishes agency and reinforces patriarchy. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, Lana Turner, The Nation, The New Yorker, Bomb, The Paris Review, Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology, and 100 Years of Poetry Magazine. Using a mixed-methods approach, I examine Latinx participation in the birthplace of world-renowned Chicano theater group, El Teatro Campesino. This paper will delve into the restructuring of power in the familal unit in contemporary U. Bird, Saint Mary's College of California. Many ancient myths embody a pattern of descent to the underworld and return, most notably the descent stories of Ishtar and Persephone. Carmen Febles, Idaho State University.
Elina Siltanen, University of Turku Finland. Brian Reed, University of Washington. In 2011, I interviewed 87 year old Noah Klieger, the last remaining Holocaust survivor to have boxed for Nazi officials at Auschwitz. Queer studies idealizes instead the family one chooses—yet it too is queered by tensions and rivalries. Instead, the anthem makes a shallow conflation within the narrative between positive representation and entertainment for a modern audience.
By examining the actions of Beowulf and Hroþgar in relation to their respective monsters, we can determine that Beowulf is at least as monstrous as the non-human beings that he slays. In this paper I am to argue that Jeff Noon's Falling out of Cars, through manifold narrative techniques concerning its temporal structure, depicts a catatonic mode of experience which critically challenges Gilles Deleuze, Pierre-Félix Guattari, and Fredric Jameson's diagnosis of schizophrenia as the cultural logic of late capitalism. While The Greatest Showman appeases modern tastes for progressive values, it nevertheless reifies an ableist view of bodies and beings outside the norm. Michael Taylor is Special Collections Librarian at Western Washington University. I ask: what are the challenges and rewards of student conference presentations? The paper reads the history of Western Canadian sugar production against contemporary biosecurity and pediatric health discourses, with the support of literatures about race, sweetness, and childhood.
This paper aims to analyze the political uses of space in the Chicana novel So Far From God 1994 , by Ana Castilllo in which metaphorical and literal representations of space are combined in the village of Tome. The transfiguration of fictive witches from early modern Shakespearian crones into familiar Hogwartsian school mates has taken centuries to occur. Edward Jenner's smallpox vaccine 1798 inaugurated a new medico-literary optimism. Mein Vortrag erörtert die Einsamkeit des Alters und die modernen Formen der Asozialität in zwei bekannten österreichischen Novellen der 1840er Jahre, die ihre exzentrischen Altersnarren auf ihre psycho-sozialen Voraussetzungen und Wirkungen hin befragen. Megan Cannella, University of Nevada, Reno.