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Dehumanization can take many forms

Dehumanization can take many forms

The Collector - John Fowles Recommended for: Art, Literature, and Society students (FaSoS) ‘We are such stuff/  As dreams are made on; and our little life/ Is rounded with a sleep.’ – Prospero in The Tempest (Act 4 Scene 1) Frederick, a lonely, uneducated butterfly collector leading an unremarkable existence in the E...

Interdisciplinary on the next level

Interdisciplinary on the next level

The graphic novel is a genre often associated with lighthearted topics, shallow plotlines depicted in garish colors, and dialogue oriented more towards punchlines than introspection. Alison Bechdel subverts all this in her autobiographical novel, Fun Home. Even the title is already a subversion, an act of direct opposition towards the characteristi...

Blurred boundaries between fact and fiction

Blurred boundaries between fact and fiction

Alias Grace – Margaret Atwood Recommended for: Law students
A Bildungsroman but not your typical one

A Bildungsroman but not your typical one

I know why the caged bird sings – Maya Angelou Recommended for: Arts and Culture (FaSoS)