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that I do not regularly update this blog. I tend to update it in spates of three or four posts, punctuated by months of silence. Still, there may be something here that interests you. Feel free to browse.
This is a post to see if a link on this blog will open in OAKS, CofC’s online learning management system (LMS). I’m testing because I am strongly considering using a blog as my course homepage and to have that … Continue reading
Here’s the book order for my graduate class in the fall, the wildly-imaginatively titled, ENGL 524: Nineteenth- Century American Literature II. Heath Anthology of American Literature: Late Nineteenth Century (1865-1910), Vol. C. ISBN: 9780547201665 Howells, The Rise of Silas Lapham. … Continue reading
A wonderful inscription appears on the inside cover of a book I am reading for my sabbatical research, Ken Roemer’s The Obsolete Necessity: America in Utopian Writings, 1888-1900 (Kent State UP, 1998). This is a copy from the shelves of … Continue reading
Why does this airline magazine story on women in aviation feature a picture of this guy, the Chairman and CEO of American Airlines, but not pictures of women? I think it’s probably just myopia — no one noticed the problem. … Continue reading