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lgmerchant May 18
Great to be in conversation with the national recovery work that is happening now.
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Nebraska Department of English May 17
The essays in CELLULOID REVOLT "are uniformly well-written and incisive," writes in about our chair's new co-edited book: #1968 #68
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Nebraska Department of English May 17
Congratulations to UNL English alum Christine Stewart-Nuñez, the new South Dakota poet laureate! Christine is the author of 4 books of poetry & 3 chapbooks, & is currently a professor at . Check out some of her poetry:
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Thomas Puhr May 9
My latest book review for . This one is on The Berlin School and Its Global Contexts, an excellent collection.
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Prairie Schooner May 15
Our annual Creative Nonfiction Contest is now OPEN FOR BUSINESS! Guest judge will name a winner and a finalist. Winner receives $500 and publication in our Spring 2020 issue. Details here:
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Joy Castro May 16
Thrilled that our project, “New Storytellers: The Research Institute in Digital Ethnic Studies,” won a major grant! Many thanks to , , , , & especially for all the support!
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Matthew Shenoda May 16
Top 10 books about Sudan| The Guardian includes our forthcoming Modern Sudanese Poetry: An Anthology coming out from and
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Nebraska CAS May 15
Analyze dozens of classic movies in English 213E, Intro to Film History - "a once-in-a-lifetime chance to go see these films as they were meant to be seen,” says Prof. Dixon
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Nebraska CAS May 16
A field diary and manuscripts from the Livingstone Online archive, developed by Adrian Wisnicki and team, have been designated an Approved Scholarly Edition by the Modern Language Association
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Nebraska CAS May 13
Bravo to Joy Castro on her selection for the NEH Summer Scholar program!
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Camden House May 13
"'I [had to] first acquire my own approach...and, above all, the technical knowledge that sometimes existed solely in the realization that everything was arranged for the male gaze.'" –Filmmaker and Professor Ula Stöckl
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UNL Writing Center May 4
Here is the bittersweet lineup of our wonderful consultants who graduated this May. Maggie 🦋 Meredith 🔥 Chris 🚴🏼‍♂️ Cassie ⚖️ Constance 🍎 Heejin 🌺 Gina 🦄 Regan 🌞 Keshia 🌈 We love you all, will miss you dearly, and wish you the best. XOXO, your Writing Center family ❤️
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Joy Castro May 10
Excited to read TONIGHT at Indigo Bridge with ! 6:30p, everyone welcome, & there’s a *great* ice cream shop right across the hall.
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Rosemary Sekora May 9
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Nebraska Department of English May 10
Celebrate local art & local beer for w/ readings by , , , (all alums/staff/students) & Drew Justice of Omaha's Pageturners Lit Pub Quiz! Sat May 11 at 2pm in the Beer Garden
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Nebraska CAS May 9
Bravo to Marco Abel in for receiving a Berlin Prize! One of only 20 fellows out of 300+ applicants, he'll write his next book and network with colleagues at the Hans Arnhold Center in Berlin! 🏆
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Provocations May 9
Why should we "care about money in light of its inadequacies & failures w/in global governance," asks Cindy Zeiher in response to . "How might caring about money make us homines curans? For him,it's caring & not money that makes us accountable."
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Nebraska Department of English May 9
Celluloid Revolt: German Screen Cultures and the Long 1968, co-edited by our chair, Marco Abel, is in good company 👍 #1968
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Joy Castro May 8
Looking forward to reading with this Friday at 6:30p at Indigo Bridge Books in the Haymarket in . Free, friendly, & open to the public—join us!
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Provocations May 8
Although "is difficult to imagine as an actuality," 's "larger sentiment should not be dismissed; to chase an impossible ideal is sometimes worth fighting for,” writes Cindy Zeiher in her counter-provocation to DECLARATIONS OF DEPENDENCE.
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