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March 13-15, 2011

Submitted by alycia on Mon, 03/14/2011 - 12:11
  • The Poet in New York by Federico García Lorca
  • "Printed Ephemera" by Michael Harris, from The Oxford Companion to the Book
  • "The Importance of Ephemera" by Martin Andrews, from A Companion to the History of the Book
  • "Materiality" by Bill Brown, from Critical Terms for Media Studies
  • "Writing with Light: Jacob Riis's Ambivalent Exposures" by Christopher Carter
  • "Walking the Ethnic Tightwire: Ethnicity and Dialectic in Jacob Riis' How the Other Half Lives" by Bill Hug
  • Last Exit to Brooklyn, which almost made me faint on the train.

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