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All the Good Parts, by Loretta Nyhan*****

There are times when a novel is more than the sum of its parts, and this is one of those times. Loretta Nyhan combines strong character development, our changing social mores, and sassy, kick-ass word smithery and this is the result. 512 more words

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Why Study Humanities? Because It's Good for You!

Economist, professor, and Pulitzer-Prize-winning columnist, Steven Pearlstein, an American Studies major himself, explains why a major in history, philosophy, the arts or even English (yay!) is worth the time, effort and money. 149 more words


Fall 2016: Women in Literature ENGL208

“An introduction to literature by and about women from a multicultural perspective, focusing on women’s diverse experiences and backgrounds. Representative texts are studied in their historical and socio-political contexts.” 81 more words

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Fall 2016: Study Literature by Women

English 208, Women in Literature

CRN24440   3 Credits

  • Rockville campus, HU129 
  • Monday nights, 6:30 – 9:25

ENGL208 satisfies your General Education Humanities Distribution as well as your Cultural Perspectives graduation requirements. 310 more words

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Sex Object Book Review

Jessica Valenti is the reason I am a feminist. Now this doesn’t mean that I always agree with her opinions or haven’t experienced an involuntary eye roll when I read some of her work. 1,056 more words

Why Tough Girls Need To Calm Down.

(The girls’ experience) went down almost the same as the Gladers’ terrifying experience, except less of the girl group died – if they were tough like Teresa, this didn’t surprise Thomas in the least.

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Koa Beck is smart

I want to share an article with you. It was written by Koa Beck and published in The Atlantic on December 31, 2015. I was directed to it for work reasons earlier this spring and have read it several times since. 1,432 more words

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