Vol. 2.1 (Fall 2003)

Editors: Paul Devlin and Michael Pozo, Graduate Assistants, English Department. Faculty Advisors: Stephen Sicari and Granville Ganter. Cover Design: Naomi Caesar for Caesar Cre8tive: http://www.portfolios.com/naomicaesar

“On Being Awarded a Citation for Literary Achievement by an Alabamian” by Albert Murray. Introduced by Paul Devlin

Alabanza: New and Selected Poems, 1982-2002 by Martín Espada. Reviewed and Introduced by Michael Pozo

Reinventing Eden: The Fate of Nature in Western Culture by Carolyn Merchant. Reviewed by Tara Roeder

Hermit in Paris: Autobiographical Writings by Italo Calvino. Reviewed by Paul Devlin

“Authoritarianism’s Footprint and the War Against Youth” by Henry A. Giroux

The Aesthetics and Politics of the Crowd in American Literature by Mary Esteve. Reviewed by Granville Ganter

Negotiations- Interventions and Interviews 1971-2001 by Jacques Derrida. Reviewed by Michael Hepner

Left Curve No.27 Ed. Csaba Polony. Reviewed by Michael Pozo

Foucault and Latin America Ed. Benigo Trigo. Reviewed by Albert Colón

Toward a Critical Revolutionary Pedagogy- An Interview with Peter McLaren by Michael Pozo

Lightning Reviews: Rybczynski on Architecture; Morgan on Ben Franklin; The Cervantes Companion; Dinerstein on Jazz; MacDonald on Debt; Hollander’s Poetry by Paul Devlin

“Imperial Terror, Neo-Colonialism and the Filipino Diaspora” a Lecture by E. San Juan Jr. Introduced by Michael Pozo

Nativity Poems by Joseph Brodsky. Reviewed by Paul Devlin.


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