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This is a test copy created by Layla Goushey A transnational individual would be someone whose cultural upbringing belongs to a different culture than the one s/he currently live in, and whose cultural roots has a strong pronounced effect on how s/he live. – (Research participant #1, 2012)


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CTL PRESENTS THE PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL – SCHOLARSHIP AND PUBLICATION IN THE 21st CENTURY All STLCC - FP educators, students and members of the campus community are invited to attend a presentation by members of STLCC - FP faculty who have recently published their research or creative work. Learn how they developed the seeds of their original ideas into scholarly material worthy of publication. Cookies and pretzels will be served. Professors presenting at this session are Melody Gee, author of the poetry collection “Each Crumbling House”; Andrea Nichols, author of “Feminist Advocacy: Gendered Organizations in Community-Based Responses to Domestic Violence”; Sharon Person, co-author of “St. Louis Rising: The French Regime of Louis St. Ange de Bellerive;” and Daniel Yezbick, author and editor of “Perfect Nonsense: Chaotic Comics of George Carlson.” Jeremy K. Dennis, Chair of the Humanities Department, will moderate the event. Please contact Layla Goushey at lgoushey@stlcc.edu or Juanita Travis at jtravis@stlcc.edu by Monday Feb. 24 if you plan to bring your class to this event.


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CTL PRESENTS THE PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL – SCHOLARSHIP AND PUBLICATION IN THE 21st CENTURY All STLCC - FP educators, students and members of the campus community are invited to attend a presentation by members of STLCC - FP faculty who have recently published their research or creative work. Learn how they developed the seeds of their original ideas into scholarly material worthy of publication. Cookies and pretzels will be served. Professors presenting at this session are Melody Gee, author of the poetry collection “Each Crumbling House”; Andrea Nichols, author of “Feminist Advocacy: Gendered Organizations in Community-Based Responses to Domestic Violence”; Sharon Person, co-author of “St. Louis Rising: The French Regime of Louis St. Ange de Bellerive;” and Daniel Yezbick, author and editor of “Perfect Nonsense: Chaotic Comics of George Carlson.” Jeremy K. Dennis, Chair of the Humanities Department, will moderate the event. Please contact Layla Goushey at lgoushey@stlcc.edu or Juanita Travis at jtravis@stlcc.edu by Monday Feb. 24 if you plan to bring your class to this event.


This is a test copy created by Layla Goushey A transnational individual would be someone whose cultural upbringing belongs to a different culture than the one s/he currently live in, and whose cultural roots has a strong pronounced effect on how s/he live. – (Research participant #1, 2012)

Celebrate



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