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“Something Good Distracts Us from the Bad”

Girls Cultivating Disruption

Crystal Leigh Endsley

” ( Gonick 2006: 2 ) and thus resist the normalized oppression they experience. The spoken word poetry (SPW) examined here was produced at the introductory workshop hosted at a Catholic high school in New Orleans, Louisiana, as part of a global series that

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Claudia Mitchell

justice-oriented online content.” In the next article, “‘Something Good Distracts Us from the Bad:’” Girls Cultivating Disruption,” Crystal Leigh Endsley analyzes “the spoken word poetry of black, brown, and mixed-race high school girls in New Orleans

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Chung-Hao Ku

. When he moves from New Orleans to a dilapidated mansion at Skully’s Landing to live with his estranged father, Edward Sansom, he is so afraid of his new surroundings that he pictures his father as a gothic figure. But the paternal storyline constitutes

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Teaching internationalisation?

Surveying the lack of pedagogical and theoretical diversity in American International Relations

Christopher R. Cook

version of this article was presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA, 18–21 February 2015. Appendix: List of Syllabi Used Arreguin-Toft, Ivan. CAS IR 271-PO 171: Introduction to

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When Jackie Coogan Had His Hair Cut

Masculinity, Maturity, and the Movies in the 1920s

Peter W. Lee

slowed down. One New Orleans exhibitor reported that The Rag Man (1925) was “not giving satisfaction, being accredited locally the poorest the youngster had given his many admirers to date” ( Samuel 1925: 53 ). A New Yorker said much the same concerning