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Pippen the Variable

I saw the musical Pippin a few nights back. It wasn’t a Broadway show, but still, a rather fairly well-done community piece: good costuming and sets, reasonably decent acting and singing and prancing and such. 1,849 more words

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College of Wooster Assistant Professorship in 20th-21st Century Latin American Literature

Deadline: November 16

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “Candidates with teaching and research interests in gender and sexuality studies and/or Latino studies are strongly encouraged to apply.”

URL: https://apply.interfolio.com/56184

Explicitly Gender

A list of the things you thought were not part of the problem

Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green in Friends (1994-2004)

A few weeks ago, I embarked on a discussion with one of my close friends in which the subject of sexism came up. 2,007 more words

Change The Narrative

Pennsylvania State University Assistant Professorship in Asian Studies and Comparative Literature

Deadline: October 22

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “We are interested in Koreanists with interests in related fields such as East-West studies, intra-Asian dynamics, global Asias, diaspora studies, postcolonial studies, Cold War studies, popular culture (including Korean wave), digital humanities, and… 7 more words

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World Literature, History, and Culture

The narratives we don’t hear.

There are so many cultures, histories, and religions I don’t know about. Some wiped clean off the earth, some I don’t even know to Google, and others that I never got to in school. 170 more words

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University of the Bahamas Assistant/Associate Professorship in English

Deadline: November 9

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “We seek a dynamic professor who desires to develop curricula and engage in research informed by the unique cultural contexts of Bahamian and Caribbean theatre within a global perspective. 39 more words

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seeking nourishment | Sarah Kofman's Rue Ordener, Rue Labat

(content warning: discussion of eating disorder.)1
 

Ann Smock, friend of French thinker Sarah Kofman and translator of Kofman’s memoir Rue Ordener, Rue Labat, visited my Comparative Literature seminar on memory and historical trauma. 1,716 more words

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