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Dots & Dashes

By SIU Press

Moving between the languages of love and war, Jehanne Dubrow's latest book offers valuable testimony to the experiences of military wives.

Frequently employing rhyme, meter, and traditional forms, these poems examine what it means to be both a military spouse and an academic, straddling two communities that speak in very different and often conflicting terms.

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Posted on September 29, 2017
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History Club

A People's History Of Thanksgiving

Where Is The Gold?
With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want.
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Posted on November 28, 2013
Chicago Blog Review

Chicago Blog Review: Fruit Slinger

A welcome blast of summer-friendly food porn on a daily basis.
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Posted on August 6, 2009

The Wrong Way To Save Your Life

By The Society of Midland Authors
Reportedly warm, witty and wise.

Posted on September 26, 2017

Quimby's Adult Thrillers!

Quimstagram!
It's a mad, mad, nymphomaniacal world.

Posted on September 25, 2017

Comics Captured America's Growing Ambivalence About The Vietnam War

By Cathy Schlund-Vials/The Conversation
The portrayal of soldiers - and the war - shifted considerably over the course of the conflict.

Posted on September 20, 2017

A Bloody Decade Of The iPhone

By Jack Linchuan Qiu/The Conversation
The long and complicated supply chain has caused innumerable work injuries, occupational diseases and premature deaths over the past decade.

Posted on September 19, 2017

How "White People" Were Invented By A Playwright In 1613

By Ed Simon/Aeon
Before that, they didn't exist.

Posted on September 14, 2017

Why Al-Qaeda Is Still Strong 16 Years After 9/11

By Tricia Bacon/The Conversation
Much of the credit goes to al-Qaeda's extraordinary ability to both form alliances and sustain them over time and under pressure.

Posted on September 22, 2017

Dots & Dashes

By SIU Press
Frequently employing rhyme, meter, and traditional forms, these poems examine what it means to be both a military spouse and an academic, straddling two communities that speak in very different and often conflicting terms.

Posted on September 29, 2017

Egg Island Almanac

By SIU Press
Galvin's training as a naturalist and environmental writer is evident as his practiced eye roves the waves, marshes, and forests, finding meaning and beauty in the smallest detail - bird-watching, rebuilding a woodpile, or the flight of bobwhite quail.

Posted on September 12, 2017

The Personal Is Now Commercial: Popular Feminism Online

By Kath Kenny/The Conversation
Teen Vogue and its editor haven't been described as "woke" without good reason. But . . .

Posted on September 11, 2017

MUSIC - The Weekend In Chicago Rock Including Riot Fest Highlights.
TV - No Rehabilitating Vietnam.
POLITICS - Trump's Farmer Heavily Subsidized.
SPORTS - Beachwood Sports Radio: Maddon's Lousy Playoff Managing Exceeds Playoff Pleasure

BOOKS - Dots & Dashes.

PEOPLE PLACES & THINGS - Chicagoetry: My Bastard Heart.


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