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Connecticut College Bookshop · Connecticut College

Details: Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Bookshop has a capacity limit of 25. The bookshop is open Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The store manager is available via phone at 860-439-2375 and our online store may be visited at anytime.

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Summer Reading · Connecticut College

Details: The Book. Each year, first-year students at Connecticut College engage in a shared summer reading along with their faculty, staff, and student advisers. The 2020 selections in Crazy Brave, a memoir by two-time US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo.

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One Book One Region · Connecticut College

Details: The Book. Each year, first-year students at Connecticut College engage in a shared summer reading along with their faculty, staff, and student advisers. The 2020 selections in Crazy Brave, a memoir by two-time US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo.

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Libraries · Connecticut College

Details: Need Research Assistance? Librarians are available on a daily basis to provide assistance in the use of the library and its collections. Your questions are welcome in person at the Reference Desk or by chat, text or phone. Schedule a research consultation for more in-depth questions or projects.

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Connecticut College Yearbooks Linda Lear Center for

Details: To download a copy of the entire book, use the "full-text" link - these files are large and may take some time. Koiné 1984. Connecticut College. This is a digitized version of Koiné, the student yearbook of Connecticut College for Women. It has been divided into sections for ease of access.

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Dance · Connecticut College

Details: In the Department of Dance, we put your liberal arts education into action by pairing movement practices with theoretical investigation. Under the guidance of our seven dedicated faculty members and visiting professional instructors, you will explore, challenge, and embrace the breadth of possibility within your own moving body and strengthen your technique in all disciplines–in body and mind.

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Zimmer publishes The State of Science · Connecticut

Details: In the midst of a global pandemic and a climate change crisis, science is growing faster than ever before. In his newest book, The State of Science, Chemistry Professor Marc Zimmer explores the research and innovations leading to life-changing and world-altering discoveries, the scientists at the forefront of these breakthroughs and the increasing politicization of the field that threatens to

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Constructing Identity: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality

Details: Quicksand and Passing: Resisting Stereotypes and Subverting Literary Tradition In 1928 and 1929 Nella Larsen published her only two novels, Quicksand and Passing, respectively, both of which center on the lives of African American women and their place in society. Quicksand’s protagonist, Helga Crane, searches for a community in which she feels at home; her journey takes her from the Southern

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Connecticut's Notable Trees

Details: A book by Glenn Dreyer, "Connecticut's Notable Trees," was published by the Connecticut Botanical Society and the Covered Bridge Press in 1989, 1990 and 1998. The later editions were the same as the original, except that they were perfect bound and included updated Champion Tree Lists.

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Swahili Grammar and Workbook

Details: topics. The book fills an important gap in the Swahili linguistic literature and will be of great value to students of Swahili at different levels of proficiency.” Lutz Marten, SOAS, University of London, UK Swahili Grammar and Workbook provides a practical and comprehensive companion to Swahili grammar, filling in gaps left by other textbooks.

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New book by Collier · Connecticut College News

Details: The Missing Mountain: New and Selected Poems by Michael Collier ’76 will be published in August by The University of Chicago Press. “The Missing Mountain brings together a lifetime of work, chronicling Collier’s long and distinguished career as a poet and teacher. These selections, both of previously published and new poems, chart the development of Collier’s art and the cultivations

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1619 Project Lecture · Connecticut College News

Details: Muhammad, the author of the award-winning book, The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America, participated in the 1619 Project, writing an article for the Times that chronicles the history of sugar plantations and …

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"(Review) Miedzy psem a wilkiem" by Andrea Lanoux

Details: Reviews the book "Miedzy psem a wilkiem," by Sasha Sokolov and translated by Aleksander Boguslawski. Recommended Citation. Lanoux, Andrea. "Miedzy psem a wilkiem." The Slavic And East European Journal 1 (2003): 130-2. Web. Download Find in your library. DOWNLOADS. Since March 05, 2013. Included in.

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One Book One Region · Connecticut College News

Details: Thousands of people in the greater New London region read Crazy Brave as part of the One Book One Region of Eastern Connecticut initiative, including all Connecticut College first-year students. Harjo’s talk was the culminating event for the program, which included multiple book discussions and poetry walks.

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Robert Gay · Connecticut College

Details: Robert Gay's research focuses on democracy, civil society, and more recently, drug trafficking, violence and organized crime in Brazil. He is an ethnographer who has spent the past thirty years doing field research in the favelas, or slum neighborhoods, of Rio de Janeiro. His first book, Popular

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Scholarships and Grants · Connecticut College

Details: We also provide student-faculty research that, at many institutions, would be available only to graduate students. In fact, our students are often listed as co-authors on papers and book chapters, and regularly present their research at academic conferences.

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Events · Connecticut College

Details: A virtual kickoff celebration for the book with keynote speaker Sandy Grande. Grande is Professor of Education and Director of the Center for the Critical Study of Race and Ethnicity at Connecticut College. Her areas of specialization are Native American/Indigenous Education and Critical Indigenous Theory.

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Poetics Symposium · Connecticut College

Details: Her book “Dickinson's Misery: A Theory of Lyric Reading” (Princeton: Princeton UP, 2005) won the 2005 Modern Language Association Prize for a First Book and the 2006 Christian Gauss Award, Phi Beta Kappa. She is the editor of “On Periodization: Selected Papers from the English Institute” (ACLS Humanities E-Book, 2010) and, with Yopie

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John Gordon · Connecticut College

Details: John Gordon retired from teaching at Connecticut College in 2015. Most of John Gordon's work has been on the writing of James Joyce. His two books published on the subject are James Joyce's Metamorphoses and Finnegans Wake: A Plot Summary and a monograph, Notes on Issy.He has also published some fifty articles and notes on the subject, and has delivered a comparable number of …

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Michael Burlingame · Connecticut College

Details: "This book supplants Sandburg and supersedes all other biographies. Future Lincoln books cannot be written without it, and from no other book can a general reader learn so much about Abraham Lincoln. It is the essential title for the bicentennial.”

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Architectural Studies · Connecticut College

Details: Vallye is currently at work on a book titled Model Territories: German Architects and the Shaping of America’s Welfare State, about the American careers of émigré architects Walter Gropius, Martin Wagner, and Ludwig Hilberseimer, and their contributions to urban planning. She is the editor and co-director of Mapping Urban Renewal in New

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(Review) Meccan Trade and the Rise of Islam

Details: This book presents a devastating critique of a commonplace of current historio- graphical accounts of the rise of Islam that is, that Muhammad's revelation was a response to a social and moral crisis in Mecca engendered by the emergence of the Meccans at the head of …

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"Form and Content: An Introduction to Formal Logic" by

Details: Derek Turner, Professor of Philosophy, has written an introductory logic textbook that students at Connecticut College, or anywhere, can access for free. The book differs from other standard logic textbooks in its reliance on fun, low-stakes examples involving dinosaurs, a dog and his friends, etc. This work is published in 2020 under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4

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Interlibrary Loan · Connecticut College

Details: Interlibrary Loan service (ILL) obtains materials that are unavailable in our own collection. It is available to all current Connecticut College faculty, staff, and students. Requests for books owned by Trinity College or Wesleyan University may be placed directly through OneSearch. Loans arrive

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Bulletin No. 41: Trap Rock Ridges of Connecticut: Natural

Details: THIS BOOK has been in the making for at least 15 years; in fact it was almost pub-lished in 2002 by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. The text was in nearly final form and illustrations were gathered, but personnel changes and reorganizations within the department put the project on hold. Ralph Lewis, former

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Tributes & Dedications · Connecticut College

Details: When parents of a graduating Connecticut College senior make a gift to the Parents Fund they can write a congratulatory message in the Tributes & Dedications.

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One Book One Region kicks off · Connecticut College News

Details: One Book One Region is based on the idea of expanding a small book club to an entire community in order to broaden an appreciation of reading and break down barriers among community members. Crazy Brave is also the Summer Read selection for the College, and Harjo will join the southeastern Connecticut community for an event to be determined

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2012 · Connecticut College News

Details: The book's release coincides with the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, announced in September of 1862 and effective Jan. 1, 1863. Based on a 10-year study of more than 500,000 records, Downs, an assistant professor of history and American studies , is the first to document a smallpox epidemic among newly-freed slaves that

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President's Distinguished Lecture Series · Connecticut College

Details: A book/CD signing will follow. Thursday, April 25, 2019 Jill Lepore. The fourth annual lecture was given by Jill Lepore, an award-winning historian and writer. Lepore is the David Woods Kemper ’41 Professor of American History at Harvard University. She has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 2005, and her essays and books on

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(Review) Catholic Reform: From Cardinal Ximenes to the

Details: Still, the book will be interesting and useful to many, based upon the theses and content of several of the studies. Marianne Pade provided an excellent examination of Guarino's reading and use of Caesar, in a manner that challenges some recent work on the humanist educator, like that …

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Sarah Queen · Connecticut College

Details: Books by Sarah Queen: Title and Description: The Chunqiu fanlu: Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals, by Dong Zhongshu, a translation and study, co-authored with John S. Major (Columbia University Press, 2014): The Huainanzi and Textual Production in Early China, co-edited with Michael Puett, (Brill Press, 2013). The Essential Huainanzi, Translations from the Asian Classics, co

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Philosophy professor pens book of 'Uncommon Sense'

Details: Philosophy professor pens book of 'Uncommon Sense' Time is an illusion, your conception of morality is totally backwards and the physical world only exists in your head.

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One Book One Region · Connecticut College News

Details: One Book One Region is made possible through grants from the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut and the Frank Loomis Palmer Fund, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee. Other partners include Connecticut Humanities, a non-profit affiliate of the National Endowment of the Humanities; Connecticut College; and the Libraries of Eastern CT.

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One Book One Region · Connecticut College News

Details: We are all migrants through time, bestselling author Mohsin Hamid told the faculty, staff, students and members of the greater New London community who gathered for the annual One Book One Region event at Connecticut College Sept. 26. “A human life …

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One Book One Region Community Partners

Details: One Book One Region of Eastern Connecticut [email protected] onebookoneregion.org. The Day Facebook @thedayct 47 Eugene O'Neill Drive, New London, CT 06320. theday.com. University of Connecticut-Avery Point Facebook @UConnAveryPoint 1084 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340.

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Archive · Connecticut College News

Details: A book reading by Waverly Duck, professor and Connecticut College alumnus, who recently published "No Way Out: Precarious Living in the Shadows of Poverty and Drug Dealing," based on a seven-year ethnographic research project in an impoverished neighborhood in a city in the Northeast United States. 4:30 p.m., Blaustein Humanities Building, Room

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2016 · Connecticut College News

Details: New York Times best-selling novelist Colson Whitehead, who will deliver the keynote address at Connecticut College’s 99th Commencement in May, is the winner of the 2016 National Book Award for fiction.. Whitehead was honored Nov. 16 for his most recent novel, The Underground Railroad, which chronicles a young slave's adventures as she makes a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum …

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Flying in Place: Black Superheroes and Their Origin Stories

Details: Comic book superheroes can be viewed as America’s ideological mythology because, like the gods of Greek myth, superheroes embody the morality, politics and beliefs of the American culture that they are created in. American Ideological mythology engages in storytelling, using the superhero

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One Book One Region · Connecticut College News

Details: The One Book One Region series was founded by Betty Anne Reiter, who serves as the Director of the Groton, Connecticut, public library. Connecticut College launched a …

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Connecticut College Yearbooks Linda Lear Center for

Details: To download a copy of the entire book, use the "full-text" link - these files are large and may take some time. Koiné 1959. Connecticut College. This is a digitized version of Koiné, the student yearbook of Connecticut College for Women. It has been divided into sections for ease of access.

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One Book One Region kickoff · Connecticut College News

Details: For the fourth consecutive year, Connecticut College is partnering with One Book One Region of Eastern Connecticut to bring community members and the College community together to discuss the 2019 selection, Jarrett Krosoczka’s Hey, Kiddo.. A National Book Award finalist, Hey, Kiddo is a graphic memoir about growing up in a family plagued by addiction that details the author’s search …

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The William Meredith Homepage: Honors and Awards

Details: The National Book Award: Meredith received this award in 1997 for Effort at Speech. The National Book Awards honor American books of the highest literary merit, books which have earned a permanent place in world literature. Further information on the NBA can be found at the NBA Website.

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Professor's new book answers pressing questions about the

Details: A new book by Government Professor Caroleen Sayej and three co-authors, "The Iraq Papers," seeks to answer some of the most pressing questions about this controversial war and its lasting implications. Sayej and co-authors John Ehrenberg, J. Patrice McSherry and Jose Ramon Sanchez spent two years analyzing primary sources that range from

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Professor's new book highlights reproductive justice

Details: "The book takes a global view of reproductive justice, which is appropriate to the subject matter, as women's rights and ability to exercise those rights and to access needed health, counseling and educational services varies greatly between (and even within) countries," said Chrisler, the Class of '43 Professor of Psychology at Connecticut

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One Book. One Region

Details: One Book. One Region Bestselling author Jarrett Krosoczka used the graphic novel format to tell the story of family addiction. The first time New York Times bestselling author Jarrett Krosoczka publicly told the story of his upbringing in a family plagued by addiction, he had just four hours to prepare. “I got a call on a Friday afternoon,” Krosoczka told a packed audience of faculty

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