Although there are a few pedagogical strategies for achieving the stated goals of a Liberal Arts education, such as requiring cross-disciplinary writing
activities or presenting content from a multi-disciplinary perspective, most of these are often situated in specialized programs such as Honors Colleges or Interdisciplinary Studies programs with smaller class sizes and specific demographics, separated from the larger academic population.
Gradually, a more ample perspective has taken over within the group and even the concept of "peasant diaries" turned out to be more than just plain and simple diaries, but rather "a large and diversified group of writings
belonging to peasant society" (11), as the editors explain.
Many scholars read into these categories what they had learned about similar notions on other religious contexts and thus understood them as separate writings
Much more recently, in the past year or so, writings
and interviews by Bochner (a bilingual French edition with many of the essays reproduced in facsimile), Nauman, and Ed Ruscha have appeared.
Most of the chapters give extensive excerpts from the journal writings
of such individuals.
Similarly, in "Tixall Revisited: The Coterie Writings
of the Astons and the Thimelbys in Seventeenth-Century Staffordshire," Julie Sanders claims that the letters are more profitably read in the context of family relations and history rather than simply as the work of women writers.
His long-term goal is to have a full-fledged publishing company that focuses on faith-based writings
Even if they're writing
about their childhood, it's apparent that MS has an effect on all the writings
," Slowins says.
8) Benston enumerates various traditions of naming relevant to Ellison's poetics of naming- African American "genealogical revisionism" and "self-creation"; Muslim and Black Muslim movement "nominatione"; and Du Boisian dialectical double- consciousness naming (152-53)-in a larger project of describing both the epistemological conditions of Ellisonian naming and the beginnings of an ethics of (un)naming that derives in part from Ellison's writings
The journals, correspondence, and autobiographies of our greatest saints are littered with praise for solitude's virtues, and the very prose and insights of these writings
testify to the ways in which wrestling with solitude benefited their authors.
Even those instructors who did not generally find the same level of sophisticated argumentative style in the writings
of their ESL and native students indicated that sometimes the two were comparable, as there were differences among individuals.
Some of these writings
were cruel, indeed anti-Semitic, while others portrayed the old religion more sympathetically.