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    • Saving a Haitian National Icon: Guillon-Lethière’s Oath of the Ancestors 

      Wood, Susan (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      Guillaume Guillon-Lethière’s monumental 1822 canvas had been his labor of love, his gift to the newly independent nation of Haiti, and his declaration of political solidarity with their revolution against slavery. I could ...
    • “So.”: The Worlds of Oral Performance 

      Anderson, Robert (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      Oral recitation of poetry has a long tradition in the Academy. Reading out loud reminds us of poetry’s corporeal nature, of how poetry is breath and the pressure of tongues against teeth as much as ink on paper. Reading ...
    • Statement of Purpose 

      (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      Oakland Journal Issue 19 statement of purpose
    • Table of Contents 

      (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      Oakland Journal Issue 19 table of contents
    • “Those Things” and “You People”: Issues of Racism in Zombie Cinema 

      Allkins, Kyle (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      ...representations of race in zombie films change over the course of cinema history, and can be best understood in the multiple cultural and cinematic contexts that shape those representations
    • A Wondrous Tale of a Sperm Tail 

      Lindemann, Charles B. (Oakland University, 2010-10-01)
      What does this sperm tail tale teach us about the connectedness of the biological world? What could be more compelling evidence for the continuity of the tree of life than the amazing conservation of the genes of the sperm ...