Corbett's work and public readings acknowledge the influence on him of jazz, modernist and imagist poetry especially William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound in his later work , the group of poets in Donald Allen's seminal anthology The New American Poetry —, many of them from the Black Mountain College community most notably Allen Ginsberg, Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, his friends Robert Creeley and John Wieners, and his mentor, Charles Olson , classical Chinese poets mainly Li Po , and French poetry of the midth to early 20th centuries especially Guillaume Apollinaire.
Life and work Corbett served as a teacher in the Expository Writing program at Harvard University and as writer-in-residence in the Program of Writing and Humanistic Studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT , where he taught classes focusing on the craft of the personal essay and the creation Ailish Hopper is an American poet, writer and teacher. He has written three books on religion: No God but God: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth.
He is also a professor of creative writing at University of California, Riverside. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Jane Hirshfield born 24 February  is an American poet, essayist, and translator. She received her bachelor's degree from Princeton University in the school's first graduating class to include women. Hirshfield's eight books of poetry have received numerous awards. Entering the Mind of Poetry and Ten Windows: How Great Poems Transform the World.
The Ink Dark Moon, her co-translation of the work of the two foremost women poets of classical-era Japan, w Melissa Scholes Young born is an American writer. She spent ten years teaching high school English and a few more teaching middle school at the American School in Brasilia, Brazil. Her maternal grandfather's people were the middle Columbia River Chinook peoples.
Hatfield School of Government, Portl James Gurnett born October 10, was a politician from Alberta, Canada. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from until EMCN is a civil society organization providing programs and services for people who are immigrants and refugees, including settlement assistance, language training, employment and career services, community development, counseling, housing, and advocacy. The vision of the organization was that newcomers to Edmonton will achieve full participation, strengthening and enriching the lives of the whole community.
He was reelected in , but did not run in She served on several national committees and was a major contributor to the education of history in Britain. She helped create St Anne's College as part of Oxford University in , and she led a revival of interest in the work of Joachim of Fiore. Life Marjorie Ethel Reeves was born in in Bratton in Wiltshire where her father made agricultural machinery. The family were Baptists and her mother was said to have come from a family known for its independent women.
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Reeves taught for two years in Greenwich at the Roan School for Girls as an assistant mistress before becoming a research fellow at Westfield College in London in Born in Oklahoma, she took her paternal grandmother's surname when she enrolled in the Muscogee Creek Nation. She is an important figure in the second wave of the literary Native American Renaissance of the late 20th century. In addition to writing books and other publications, Harjo has taught in numerous United States universities, has performed at poetry readings and music events, and releases five albums of her original music.
New and Selected Poems — Her father, Allen W. Foster, was Muscogee Creek and her mo Arjun Makhijani is an electrical and nuclear engineer who is President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research.
Makhijani has written many books and reports analyzing the safety, economics, and efficiency of various energy sources. He has testified before Congress and has served as an expert witness in Nuclear Regulatory Commission proceedings. Professional experience Arjun Makhijani is an electrical and nuclear engineer with 37 years' experience in energy and nuclear issues. IEER has been doing nuclear-related studies for twenty years and is an independent non-profit organization located in Takoma Park, Maryland.
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Engineering , from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences of the University of California, Berkeley, where he specialized in the application of plasma physics to controlled nuclear fusion. The graphic novel includes 65 comic illustrations that help further the plot. As a result, some schools have banned the book from school libraries or inclusion in curricula.
The following is a list of notable faculty, trustees, and alumni of Phillips Exeter Academy, a preparatory school in Exeter, New Hampshire, founded in Early life and education George F.
Jeffery Renard Allen born Chicago is an American poet, essayist, short story writer, and novelist. In writing about his fiction, reviewers often note his lyrical use of language and his playful use of form to write about African-American life. His poems tend to focus on music, mythology, history, film, and other sources, rather than narrative or autobiographical experiences. Early life Jeffery Renard Allen was born in in Chicago, and raised on the South Side of Chicago, a neighborhood that he says informs the setting of his first novel Rails Under My Back and the stories in his collection Holding Pattern.
For Allen, the s in Chicago and other black communi Georgetown College class of assembled on the steps of the Old North building. Georgetown University is a private research university located in Washington, D. Founded in , Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit institution of higher education in the United States.
The school graduates about two thousand undergraduate and postgraduate students annually. There are nine constitutive schools, five of which offer undergraduate degrees and six of which offer graduate degrees, as two schools offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Individuals who may belong in multiple sections appear only in one. The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict primarily between India and Pakistan, having started just after the partition of India in China has at times played a minor role. The two countries have also been involved in several skirmishes over control of the Siachen Glacier.
The present conflict is in Kashmir Valley. Some direct action groups, environmental movements, and professional organisations have identified themselves with the movement at the local, national, or international level. The initial objective of the movement was nuclear disarmament, though since the late s opposition has included the use of nuclear power. Ploughshares Advisory Editors topic Each year, Ploughshares has two Guest Editors choose a selection of material that appears in the Spring or Summer issue. Member feedback about Ploughshares Advisory Editors: American literary magazines Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
Zach's restless, improvisatory music. The name Michigan is the French form of the Ojibwa word mishigamaa, Michigan is the tenth most populous of the 50 United States, with the 11th most extensive total area. Its capital is Lansing, and its largest city is Detroit, Michigan is the only state to consist of two peninsulas. The Lower Peninsula, to which the name Michigan was originally applied, is noted to be shaped like a mitten.
The state has the longest freshwater coastline of any political subdivision in the world, being bounded by four of the five Great Lakes, as a result, it is one of the leading U. Michigan also has 64, inland lakes and ponds, a person in the state is never more than six miles from a natural water source or more than 85 miles from a Great Lakes shoreline. What is now the state of Michigan was first settled by Native American tribes before being colonized by French explorers in the 17th century, the area was organized as part of the larger Northwest Territory until , when western Michigan became part of the Indiana Territory.
Eventually, in , the Michigan Territory was formed, which lasted until it was admitted into the Union on January 26,, the state of Michigan soon became an important center of industry and trade in the Great Lakes region and a popular immigrant destination. Though Michigan has come to develop an economy, it is widely known as the center of the U. The Ojibwe, whose numbers are estimated to have been between 25, and 35,, were the largest, French voyageurs and coureurs des bois explored and settled in Michigan in the 17th century.
Marie, Michigan as a base for Catholic missions, missionaries in —75 founded outlying stations at Saint Ignace and Marquette. Jesuit missionaries were received by the areas Indian populations, with relatively few difficulties or hostilities. Joseph, in , the French established a trading post and Fort St.
Joseph along the St. Joseph River at the present day city of Niles. The city of Fresno is the fifth largest city in California, the university is within an hours drive of many mountain and lake resorts and within a three-hour drive of both Los Angeles and San Francisco. The university has a Fall enrollment of 24, students and it offers bachelors degrees in 60 areas of study,45 masters degrees,3 doctoral degrees,12 certificates of advanced study, and 2 different teaching credentials. The universitys unique facilities include a planetarium, on-campus raisin and wine grape vineyards, and a commercial winery.
Members of Fresno States nationally ranked Top 10 Equestrian Team have the option of housing their horses on campus, Fresno State has a 50, square-foot Student Recreation Center and the third-largest library, in terms of square footage, in the California State University system. In , Fresno State moved its campus to its present location in the northeast part of the city and it became Fresno State College in , when it was authorized to grant bachelors degrees.
It became an institution of the California State University System in In the name was changed to California State University. The greater campus extends from Bulldog Stadium on the west boundary to the Save Mart Center and, Maya Theater, Campus Pointe, vineyards and orchards designate the northern boundary of the campus, while Shaw Avenue designates the southern edge. The acres main campus features more than 46 traditional and modern buildings and it is considered one of the most modern and best equipped agricultural facilities in the West.
Fresno State was officially designated as an arboretum in and now has more than 4, trees on campus, Fresno State operates the first university-based commercial winery in the United States.
The Henry Madden Library is a resource for recorded knowledge and information supporting the teaching, research. The library held its opening on February 19, and is now home to a variety of book collections. The library houses 1,, books in its , sq ft, the library is home to the largest installation of compact shelving on any single floor in the United States. The shelves amount to over 20 miles in length and it is currently the third largest library in the CSU system, and among the top ten largest in the CSU system based on the number of volumes.
It also is the largest academic building on the Fresno State campus, the five-story building features seating areas for almost 4, people, group study rooms, wireless access and a Starbucks. Reed is known for its mandatory freshman humanities program, required senior-year thesis, the college has many prominent alumni, including over 90 Fulbright Scholars,67 Watson Fellows,3 MacArthur Fellows, and 32 Rhodes Scholars—the second-highest number of any liberal arts college. The college has a reputation for political liberalism, according to sociologist Burton Clark, Reed is one of the most unusual institutions of higher learning in the United States, featuring a traditional liberal arts and natural sciences curriculum.
It requires freshmen to take Humanities , an introduction to the Classics, covering ancient Greece and Rome as well as the Bible.
Its program in the sciences is likewise unusual with its TRIGA research reactor making it the school in the United States to have a nuclear reactor operated entirely by undergraduates. Upon completion of the thesis, students must also pass an oral exam that may encompass questions not only about the thesis. Reed maintains a 10,1 student-to-faculty ratio, and its small classes emphasize a style where the teacher often acts as a mediator for discussion rather than a lecturer.
While large lecture-style classes exist, Reed emphasizes its smaller lab, although letter grades are given to students, grades are de-emphasized at Reed and focus is placed on a narrative evaluation. Unsatisfactory grades are reported directly to the student and the students adviser, papers and exams are generally returned to students with lengthy comments but without grades affixed.
Many Reed students graduate without knowing their cumulative GPA or their grades in individual classes.
Reed also claims to have experienced very little grade inflation over the years, noting, for example, although Reed does not award Latin honors to graduates, it confers several awards for academic achievement at commencement, including naming students to Phi Beta Kappa. Reed has no fraternities or sororities and few NCAA sports teams although physical education classes are required for graduation, Reed also has several intercollegiate athletic clubs, most notably the Rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, and Soccer teams.
Reeds ethical code is known as The Honor Principle, while inspired by traditional honor systems, Reeds Honor Principle differs from these in that it is a guide for ethical standards themselves and not just their enforcement. Under the Honor Principle, there are no codified rules governing behavior, rather, the onus is on students individually and as a community to define which behaviors are acceptable and which are not.
Discrete cases of grievance, known as Honor Cases, are adjudicated by a Judicial Board of twelve full-time students, there is also an Honor Council of students, faculty, and staff who educate the community on the Honor Principle and mediate conflict between individuals. Reed categorizes its academic program into five Divisions and the Humanities program, the formal chronological cleavage between the graduate and the undergraduate attitude of mind. Detroit — Detroit is the most populous city in the U. It is the seat of Wayne County, the most populous county in the state, the municipality of Detroit had a estimated population of ,, making it the 21st-most populous city in the United States.
Roughly one-half of Michigans population lives in Metro Detroit alone, the Detroit—Windsor area, a commercial link straddling the Canada—U. Border, has a population of about 5. The Detroit Metropolitan Airport is among the most important hubs in the United States, the City of Detroit anchors the second-largest economic region in the Midwest, behind Chicago, and the thirteenth-largest in the United States.
Detroit and its neighboring Canadian city Windsor are connected through a tunnel and various bridges, Detroit was founded on July 24, by the French explorer and adventurer Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac and a party of settlers. During the 19th century, it became an important industrial hub at the center of the Great Lakes region, with expansion of the American automobile industry in the early 20th century, the Detroit area emerged as a significant metropolitan region within the United States.
The city became the fourth-largest in the country for a period, in the s and s, suburban expansion continued with construction of a regional freeway system. A great portion of Detroits public transport was abandoned in favour of becoming a city in the post-war period. Due to industrial restructuring and loss of jobs in the auto industry, between and the citys population fell by 25 percent, changing its ranking from the nations 10th-largest city to 18th. In , the city had a population of , and this resulted from suburbanization, corruption, industrial restructuring and the decline of Detroits auto industry.
In , the state of Michigan declared an emergency for the city. Detroit has experienced urban decay as its population and jobs have shifted to its suburbs or elsewhere, conservation efforts managed to save many architectural pieces since the s and allowed several large-scale revitalisations.
More recently, the population of Downtown Detroit, Midtown Detroit, paleo-Indian people inhabited areas near Detroit as early as 11, years ago. In the 17th century, the region was inhabited by Huron, Odawa, Potawatomi, for the next hundred years, virtually no British, colonist, or French action was contemplated without consultation with, or consideration of the Iroquois likely response. When the French and Indian War evicted the Kingdom of France from Canada, the raids and resultant decisive Sullivan Expedition reopened the Ohio Country to westward emigration, which began almost immediately, and by white settlers were pouring westwards.
By , the population of Detroit was 1,, by , its population was up to 2, and it was the third-largest city in the Province of Quebec. The university was founded in by the mayor of its host city, Abba Hushi, the University of Haifa was founded in by Haifa mayor Abba Hushi, to operate under the academic auspices of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Haifa University is located on Mount Carmel, in , the University of Haifa declared its independence and became the sixth academic institution in Israel and the fourth university. About 18, undergraduate and graduate study in the university a wide variety of topics, specializing in social sciences, humanities, law. In its first year students attended the University, the academic staff included instructors,50 of them Haifa residents.
In , the University of Haifa awarded diplomas to its first 75 graduates, the first home of the University of Haifa was in Erdstein House in the Hadar HaCarmel section of Haifa, but it soon became too crowded. In , the University moved to the top of Mount Carmel, the Universitys first building, the Multi-Purpose Building, was constructed in It contained classrooms, halls, laboratories, a library with , books, brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer planned the campus to include all the Universitys facilities in one complex.
More recently, additional buildings have been built nearby, Niemeyer did not complete the detailed design phase, instead Shlomo Gilad received the commission for the overall planning of the campus. Gilad retreated from Niemeyers design, but retained the character of the main building, the Eshkol Building was the highest building in the city of Haifa until Charney School of Marine Sciences is a division of the University of Haifa that primarily focuses on the study of the Mediterranean Sea and it is home to the Caesarea Center, its own diving facility that also supports the Israeli Antiques Authority in Caesaria.
Camelia Suleiman, professor and academic Arnon Sofer Yuval Steinitz philosopher, the current finance minister of Israel. It covers about square miles in the center of the San Joaquin Valley, named for the abundant ash trees lining the San Joaquin River, Fresno was founded in as a railway station of the Central Pacific Railroad before it was incorporated in The population of Fresno proper soared in the half of the 20th century. It was here in Fresno in that Bank of America first launched the BankAmericard credit card, Fresno is near the geographical center of California.
It lies approximately miles northeast of Los Angeles, miles south of the capital, Sacramento. It was named for the abundant ash trees lining the San Joaquin River, Millerton, then on the banks of the free-flowing San Joaquin River and close to Fort Miller, became the county seat after becoming a focal point for settlers.
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Flooding also destroyed the town of Scottsburg on the nearby Kings River that winter, rebuilt on higher ground, Scottsburg was renamed Centerville. In , Anthony McQeen Easterby purchased land bounded by the present Chestnut, Belmont, Clovis and California avenues, unable to grow wheat for lack of water, he hired sheep man Moses J. Church in to create an irrigation system.
Building new canals and purchasing existing ditches, Church then formed the Fresno Canal and Irrigation Company, in , the Central Pacific Railroad established a station near Easterbys—by now a hugely productive wheat farm—for its new Southern Pacific line. Soon there was a store around the station and the store grew the town of Fresno Station, many Millerton residents, drawn by the convenience of the railroad and worried about flooding, moved to the new community.
Fresno became a city in By the Fresno Traction Company operated 47 streetcars over 49 miles of track, in , William Helm made Fresno his home with a five-acre tract of land at the corner of Fresno and R streets. Helm was the largest individual sheep grower in Fresno County, in carrying his wool to market at Stockton, he used three wagons, each drawn by ten mules, and spent twelve days in making the round trip. Two years after the station was established, county residents voted to move the county seat from Millerton to Fresno, when the Friant Dam was completed in , the site of Millerton became inundated by the waters of Millerton Lake.
In extreme droughts, when the reservoir shrinks, ruins of the county seat can still be observed. In the nineteenth century, with so much wooden construction and in the absence of sophisticated firefighting resources, fires often ravaged American frontier towns, the greatest of Fresnos early-day fires, in , destroyed an entire block of the city.