Literature

New Indigenous Writers Add More Representation to Children’s Literature

Two new authors are part of a new generation of writers bringing greater Indigenous representation to children’s literature in Canada. Shayla Raine of Maskwacis, Alberta has just independently published her first book titled The way the creator sees you with the goal of empowering Indigenous children to have confidence in …

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UC Santa Cruz Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Grant to Link Humanities and Engineering Studies

The certificate program will include new courses to broaden the perspectives of engineering students at Baskin regarding the effects and potential for positive impact of technology on the planet and its people. Victoria Ly, left, and Erik Jung with a picroscope, an incubator cell culture imaging device in Associate Professor …

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Research Solutions Launches Automated Scholarly Literature Access Platform for Educational Institutions |

HENDERSON, Nev., January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Office of Research/Reprint Solutions (NASDAQ: RSSS), a pioneer in providing cloud-based workflow solutions for R&D-focused organizations, today announced the global launch of Article Galaxy Scholar (AGS). A first-of-its-kind platform, AGS offers a one-stop solution to connect end users to open access articles, purchase …

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How is the Toledo Library advancing equity and inclusion?

The Toledo Lucas County Public Library invites you to experience its new traveling exhibit, showcasing the struggles and celebrations of African Americans. LUCAS COUNTY, Ohio — A new traveling exhibit is now on display at four different branches of the Toledo County Lucas Public Library System: “Telling the Story of …

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Beginning of the Spring season of the Two Rivers Orchestra | News, Sports, Jobs

NEW ULM – The Two Rivers Community Orchestra (TRCO) will begin its spring season practice on Sunday, January 30 from 5-6:30 p.m. at Oakwood United Methodist Church, 1630 Oakwood Ave, New Ulm. The Spring Season concert will take place on Sunday April 3 at 7 p.m. TRCO encourages all interested …

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The poet Thomas Kinsella has made an exceptional contribution to the local literature of the city of Dublin

The poet Thomas Kinsella was buried during the Christmas holidays. Mr. Kinsella (93), who grew up in Inchicore, an area that is heavily featured in his poetry, died on December 22 at the Blackrock Clinic. He was named Freeman of Dublin in 2007 when a plaque was erected on his …

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Popular Baby Names For 2022 – NBC Connecticut

What will be the best names for little girls in 2022? While we don’t have a definitive list of the best baby names of the year for some time, girl names pulled from literature and with powerful meanings should be at the top of the list. Popular Girl Names Nameberry …

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Can India push China back from its dominant perch?

When six former officials and academics of unique distinction jointly write a china book, it cannot be ignored. A well-written, analytical, empirically rich, and policy-driven product, it deserves to be on this year’s “must-read” lists. Meeting China’s Challenge: Winning Through Strategic Patience and Economic Growth was written by Gautam Bambawale, …

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The PragatiE Vichaar Literature Festival 2022 is launched today!

There are many firsts at the PragatiE Vichaar Literature Festival. A one-of-a-kind 24-hour author’s marathon, where 48 authors will have 30 minutes each to show off their talent and talk about their book and inspiration. A one-of-a-kind PVLF Award of Excellence that is purely data driven. Powered by Nielsen BookScan …

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Collective trauma: the societal diagnosis of a Bosnian author

“I felt that my identity had betrayed me” Kalamujic was born into an ethically mixed family, her father being Bosnian and her mother Serbian. “Before the war my mother and her family had always declared themselves Yugoslavian, so it was only on the eve of the war that I realized …

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