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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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Stacie Friend

at the American Society for Aesthetics Annual Meeting in New Orleans (2018). I would also like to thank the audience members and the other panellists for their helpful comments. References Cova , Florian, and Stacie Friend. Forthcoming . “ How Does

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Qihao Ji and Arthur A. Raney

Model Fit Indices for Latent Variable Models with Categorical and Continuous Outcomes .” Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association , New Orleans, LA , 5 April . Zwaan , Rolf A. , Joseph P. Magliano , and

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Murray Smith

book at the 75th Anniversary ASA conference in New Orleans on 18 November 2017, one of the events that preceded and led to this publication. The other events were the Aesthetics Today symposium, hosted by the Aesthetics Research Centre, at the