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Univ Nebraska Press Aug 7
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Nebraska CAS Aug 6
Bravo 🏆 to recent professorship recipient Chigozie Obioma, now James E. Ryan Associate Professor of English, who joins other faculty who earned similar accolades in the spring!
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naty Aug 5
ok I know Im going on about it a lot but I finished this one by , absolute top of the line heresy, combining monetary ideas with a critique of the long history of gravitropic metaphors of aesthetic care that repress the public moneys eucharist
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Nebraska CAS Aug 4
“I’ve just found it really grounding to actually have a frame to talk about these issues with others." This summer course is using films across genres to explore human resilience in pandemics
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Nebraska Today Aug 4
“I’ve just found it really grounding to actually have a frame to talk about these issues with others, instead of being led around by Facebook or clickbait or whatever." — Emily DeGraff, junior
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Nate Gorelick Aug 2
Great review of the latest volume with special attention to the series journal (of which yours truly is an editor)
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Provocations Aug 2
What's "most original in [CONTRA INSTRUMENTALISM] is the active embrace of polemic as a form. This consciously & calculatedly antagonistic mode of engagement is not only meant to clarify Venuti’s position but to advance it, creating converts to his cause."
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Nebraska CAS Jul 31
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Nebraska CAS Jul 30
Bravo to Matt Cohen and Ken Price in on earning another grant this year for the Walt Whitman Archive!
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Nebraska Department of English Jul 30
The Walt Whitman Archive has received a $249,941 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support the collaborative research project “Walt Whitman's Journalism: Finding the Poet in the Brooklyn Daily Times.”
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Ronnie D. Green Jul 8
UNL is committed to supporting our international students from more than 125 countries around the world. They come to learn & make incredible contributions, enriching our campus & community. We’re glad they call UNL home & we’ll continue to do all we can to ensure their success.
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Joy Castro Jul 8
So happy this story caught a second wind. I love it. Thank you!
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Joy Castro Jul 7
Many thanks to ⁦⁩ colleagues Lory Dance & Sergio Wals, ⁦⁩ colleague ⁦⁩, , & ⁦⁩ for leading on racial justice—& to ⁦⁩ for listening & acting.
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Dillon Rockrohr Jul 6
Some Marx that felt relevant in this summer of non-tenured online teaching
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Nebraska Department of English Jul 2
"Place-conscious education, Nebraska style:" a brand new 7-part podcast explores the Nebraska Writing Project's work connecting students & teachers with their communities, natural resources, & cultural heritage through writing. Ep 1-3 are available now:
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Nebraska Department of English Jul 2
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Nebraska Today Jun 29
"One of the benefits, I think, of an education is being exposed to new things and new ideas, especially coming from a small town." —Tom Albin, U. alumnus
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Nebraska Department of English Jun 30
Hearty congratulations to our 150+ students who made the Spring 2020 Dean's List!
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Nebraska CAS Jun 29
Join a discussion of the film “Just Mercy” tomorrow at 6 p.m. led by Dr. Jeannette Jones and Dr. Kwakiutl Dreher, hosted by and . Register at
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Nebraska Department of English Jun 25
When classes moved online in response to the pandemic, a group of students in Dr. Julia Schleck’s Intro to Shakespeare course harnessed their creativity and turned an in-person performance assignment into a digital portfolio. (Check it out!)
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