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The U.S. Department of Energy's Fuel Cell Technologies Office has issued a request for information seeking feedback from interested stakeholders regarding the use of rotating disk electrode experiments and best practices for experimental conditions for characterization of the activity and durability of proton exchange membrane fuel cell oxygen ... (more)
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I know a vacation is coming when stacks of books next to my bed start growing. I've started to notice that building those stacks makes the final weeks of the year easier -- the visual reminder of the upcoming break.
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THIS year's York Festival of Ideas, which kicks off on June 13, will be tackling the North-South divide head on.
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"Books Behind Bars" is program which pairs undergraduates from the University of Virginia with inmates at the Beaumont Juvenile Correctional Center to read classic Russian literature.
10 hrs ago | The American Scholar
One of the most important moments in my teaching career came about 25 years ago when I contemplated leaving it.
Doctor Charles E. Gannon is a Distinguished Professor of English at St. Bonaventure University.
HAVING SHARPENED THEIR #2 PENCILS, my teenage daughters are about to take this spring's battery of standardized tests, leaving me to wonder what these tests mean - about their education, about the culture of college my husband and I are preparing them for, about American values.
Baz Luhrmann's bastardization of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel is a demeaning travesty.
Did you go and see Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby at the weekend? If, like us, you were totally inspired by the costumes and dA©cor in the film but don't feel brave enough to paint the town red in full-on flapper girl attire then you're in luck, as we've discovered a new way to embrace the 20s theme of the moviea Instead of dressing yourself, ... (more)
This year's conference will focus on Southern culture and Southern literature. Frye Gaillard, writer-in-residence at the University of South Alabama, will serve as the event's keynote speaker Gaillard has written extensively on Southern race relations, politics and culture as the author or editor of more than 20 books, including "Cradle of Freedom: ... (more)
Jodi Arias returns to court for the continuation of her trial after being convicted of murder in her lover's killing as jurors consider a life sentence or execution.
Arifa Akbar is deputy literary editor and arts writer at The Independent. She has been at the paper since 2001, and has previously worked as a news reporter and arts correspondent.
WHEN YOU STUDY Southern literature, it sometimes feels like all roads lead to William Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha County, even if you had no intentions of going there.
ShelfTalker Guest blogger Alison Morris chronicles her visit to Greece with other children's book lovers for a Children's Literature New England weeklong institute.
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That was certainly the case for John Williams' novel Stoner . When it was originally published in 1965, it received admiring reviews but sold just 2,000 copies and was almost immediately forgotten.
Brand, Gerhard. "Lolita." Magill's Survey Of American Literature, Revised Edition : 1-2. Literary Reference Center.