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Senses of Cinema 16h
In our Issue 90, discusses Ai Wei Wei's and other documentaries that deal with forced migration. Out next week!
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emily danforth IS OFF TRYING TO FINISH HER NOVEL 23 Jan 18
Yessssssss!🌈🌈🌈❤️❤️❤️
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Mar 18
"We would ask everyone in our university community to take whatever personal steps you can to help conserve water during this challenging time," said Chancellor . ››
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Windham-Campbell Prizes Mar 13
Replying to @kwamedawes
Kwame Dawes (Ghana, Jamaica, United States) is a recipient in the Poetry category. For more information on this year’s Prize recipients:
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UNL Creative Writing Mar 18
THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST, starring --based on the brilliant novel by 's --will be available on HBO starting March 20th! An event!
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Mar 14
If you or someone you know is impacted by the floods, there are resources available. ››
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UNL Creative Writing Mar 15
A busy and exciting spring for ! (Poster by )
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Nebraska Department of English Mar 15
The 's David Berman talks with Professor Steve Buhler about music, teaching, theater, and his love for the Dodgers (Photo by Odochi Akwani)
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Jenny Schollaert Mar 14
thank you, and for your powerful, joyful readings at last night! what a delight indeed to hear your work! (with shoutouts to and - delighting in the way former homes resurface in new homes)
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BRITTLE PAPER Mar 15
Chigozie Obioma, New Daughters of Africa Contributors, to Headline the 2019 Africa Writes Festival via @
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PatriciaJabbehWesley Mar 14
Professor Kwame Dawes Awarded $165,000 Windham-Campbell Prize, Alongside Seven Others via @
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Joy Castro Mar 13
Many thanks to Professor Rigoberto González, ⁦,⁩ for a wonderfully thoughtful & generous Knoll Lecture on early Chicanx literature last night. Thank you for coming to !
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Saddiq Dzukogi Mar 12
With at his amazing lecture . Woohaaa! My year is made!!!
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Timothy Schaffert Mar 12
Acclaimed poet, memoirist, novelist and critic Rigoberto Gonzalez speaks to UNL English graduate students
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Nebraska Department of English Mar 12
Happening now: talking about the classics of Chicanx literature to a nice crowd in Bailey Library
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Nebraska Department of English Mar 11
Another great story in the about Bev Rilett's Editing & Publishing course. “I feel very fortunate to be assigned to teach this course for the 5th time this fall. The students amaze me every time with their creativity & collaboration.”
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Nebraska Department of English Mar 11
“It's important to engage with the language that appreciates, honors & understands Mexican and Chicanx culture...I'm hoping to reconnect today's readers with yesterday's books.” in (). We hope 2CU @ these 2 events
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HumanitiesontheEdge Mar 9
[2/2] ....I wonder if that is to concede too much, fighting Thatcherite TINA with a self-defeating weapon, the celebration of choice’s power and responsibility." Check out Ryan Netzley's counter-provocation to 's provocative DECLARATIONS:
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Provocations Mar 9
More from Netzley on : [1/2]: "As Ferguson argues, one of the chief insights of MMT is that we are not bound by government budgets or tax revenue to let some people languish in poverty: we’re choosing to do so (3)....
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Nebraska Department of English Mar 8
Next week, will be with us! Reading & reception on Monday 3/11 at downtown, and 2019 Knoll Lecture on Tuesday 3/12. Don't miss it!
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