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Notes on Anthony Bleach's "Postfeminist Cliques? Class, Postfeminism, and the Molly Ringwald-John Hughes Films"

Happy Halloween!

Broadly, the treatment of social class vis-a-vis postfeminist heroines is the central theme of Kutztown University film studies professor Anthony C. Bleach’s “Postfeminist Cliques? 725 more words


"Coming into New York" - John Updike‏

The Black City l (New York) (1949)

William Congdon


at he other end of the continent from
Vancouver there’s New York, perhaps… 356 more words

In Search Of Beauty

345. Reaganomics 101

When I started my graduate studies in the late 1980s I taught freshman composition to entering undergraduates. As an undergraduate myself in the early 1970s and as a child of the 1960s (not just the 1960s in general, but the 1960s of post-Independence India in particular), I had had my core values instilled in me much earlier. 676 more words



Q: Why do people trample each other over Black Friday sales? Why do they associate Happiness with Products?

A: Because you believe the “American Dream”. Living in a Capitalistic nation, you’re taught to believe that buying stuff will make you happy. 767 more words

Oak Summers

The engineer of Reaganomics comes to Ukraine: What now?

From Fort Russ

By: Yevgeniy Pasishnichenko –

Translated for Fort Russ by: Paul Siebert –

The engineer of Reaganomics comes to Ukraine: what should we expect?   948 more words

Another Sacrifice to the Shadow god

So. Another mass shooting. This time at a community college in Oregon. Last time it was at a church in Charleston. The time before that… well, I’m losing track. 1,591 more words


Wednesday's Book Review: "The Economic Laws of Scientific Research"

The Economic Laws of Scientific Research. By Terence Kealey. New York: Palgrave Macmillan/St. Martin’s Press, 1996. Illustrations, figures, notes, index. 382 pages. ISBN: 978-0312128470. $51.00 paperback. 1,345 more words

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