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    • In Xanadu I Had Such Friends: Teaching the Literature of Anticipation 

      Morse, Donald E. (Oakland University, 2001-10-01)
      Teaching the poetry, drama, film, and fiction of old age presents a unique set of difficulties and opportunities subsumed in the phrase “teaching the literature of anticipation.”
    • Ironic Pedagogy: Teaching Sacred Texts in an Academic Setting 

      Herold, Niels (Oakland University, 2011-01-01)
      If one of COI’s charges is the supervision of academic borders between the academic units, it is surely a responsibility of any practitioner of the humanities to ensure that boundaries between disciplines are not only ...
    • Man, Metal and Metaphor: Metal in Early Medieval Warrior Culture and in Beowulf 

      Walsh, Susan (Oakland University, 2011-10-01)
      In the Iron Age culture of 500 AD, man made the metals. And metals also made the man. The importance of metallurgy to the early medieval Germanic culture of Northwestern Europe is captured in the old English poem Beowulf ...
    • Offbeat on Campus 

      Cohassey, John (Oakland University, 2011-01-01)
      From hippie urban and rural communes emerged a lifestyle imitated on college campuses, in dorm rooms and rented houses decorated with concert bills and art nouveau-influenced poster art, and filled with various musical ...