Native Peoples of Oklahoma – Literary Futures – 5.1.2 American Indian Literature in Oklahoma

Native Peoples of Oklahoma – Literary Futures – 5.1.2 American Indian Literature in Oklahoma

>>Dr. Nelson: Hi, I’m here with Geary Hobson, Professor of English at the University of Oklahoma. Geary, we talked a little bit before and you were telling us you’ve been around here for a while

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>>Dr. Nelson: Hi, I’m here with Geary Hobson, Professor of English at the University of Oklahoma. Geary, we talked a little bit before and you were telling us you’ve been around here for a while

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The Descriptive Literature Review Process Made Easy

In this video I will go through the process I teach my undergraduate students for constructing their first descriptive literature review. The process works for other types of reviews as well, but will need to

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In this video I will go through the process I teach my undergraduate students for constructing their first descriptive literature review. The process works for other types of reviews as well, but will need to

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The Literature of Settlement

>>Alright let’s get started. I wanted to remind you of something that I mentioned on the first day of the class. We used last time the discussion of Moby Dick in some sense to give

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>>Alright let’s get started. I wanted to remind you of something that I mentioned on the first day of the class. We used last time the discussion of Moby Dick in some sense to give

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Native Peoples of Oklahoma – Literary Traditions – 5.0.3 The Way to Rainy Mountain

Native Peoples of Oklahoma – Literary Traditions – 5.0.3 The Way to Rainy Mountain

>>Dr. Nelson: Yeah. Well you mentioned “The Way to Rainy Mountain”, and that’s of course the book we’re going to be reading for this class. I wonder if we could talk about that book, which

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>>Dr. Nelson: Yeah. Well you mentioned “The Way to Rainy Mountain”, and that’s of course the book we’re going to be reading for this class. I wonder if we could talk about that book, which

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5 Tips on How to Talk to Kids About Art | ARTiculations

5 Tips on How to Talk to Kids About Art | ARTiculations

One of the questions that I get asked often being an art gallery docent is “how do I talk to kids about art?” This is obviously not a simple answer and of course every child

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One of the questions that I get asked often being an art gallery docent is “how do I talk to kids about art?” This is obviously not a simple answer and of course every child

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Visual Arts (Glass) graduate Emma – The University of South Australia

Visual Arts (Glass) graduate Emma – The University of South Australia

Hi, my name is Emma Young. I studied a Bachelor of Visual Arts, specialising in glass at UniSA city west. In my specialisation year, my teacher advocated that we volunteer our time assisting glass artists

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Hi, my name is Emma Young. I studied a Bachelor of Visual Arts, specialising in glass at UniSA city west. In my specialisation year, my teacher advocated that we volunteer our time assisting glass artists

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#MetKids—How Do We Make Art at The Met?

#MetKids—How Do We Make Art at The Met?

My name is Sandra Jackson-Dumont. I am the Chairman of Education at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. And I am so thrilled to be a guest reporter for MetKids. Today I’m meeting three young artists

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My name is Sandra Jackson-Dumont. I am the Chairman of Education at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. And I am so thrilled to be a guest reporter for MetKids. Today I’m meeting three young artists

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Big Data for Literary Studies: Notre Dame Associate Professor Matthew Wilkens

I work on American fiction, primarily after the second World War, but I do it in a way that’s a little unconventional. It’s primarily computational and data-driven; you might think of it as something like

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I work on American fiction, primarily after the second World War, but I do it in a way that’s a little unconventional. It’s primarily computational and data-driven; you might think of it as something like

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Native Peoples of Oklahoma – Literary Futures – 5.1.1 Writing Fiction

Native Peoples of Oklahoma – Literary Futures – 5.1.1 Writing Fiction

>>Dr. Nelson: Hello. I’m here with Dr. Geary Hobson. He’s a professor of English here at the University of Oklahoma. He teaches American Indian Literature and he’s an an author of several books about which

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>>Dr. Nelson: Hello. I’m here with Dr. Geary Hobson. He’s a professor of English here at the University of Oklahoma. He teaches American Indian Literature and he’s an an author of several books about which

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UWindsor – SoCA Visual Arts

UWindsor – SoCA Visual Arts

A tremendous amount of opportunities available here. There’s a really interesting students to professor ratio where it allows us to interact and really communicate with the professors and do 1 on 1 things. Such as

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A tremendous amount of opportunities available here. There’s a really interesting students to professor ratio where it allows us to interact and really communicate with the professors and do 1 on 1 things. Such as

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