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Allison Giffen's essay "Lessons Learned: Gender and Paternal Desire in Martha Finley's Elsie Dinsmore Series" has just been published in the collection "Romantic Education in Nineteenth-Century American Literature: National and Transatlantic Contexts."

Kaveh Askari, an associate professor of English at Western Washington University, has had his book "Making Movies into Art: Picture Craft from the Magic Lantern to Early Hollywood" published by British Film Institute Publishing.

A screening of Maurice Tourneur’s rarely…

Kaveh Askari, an associate professor of English at Western Washington University, has had his book "Making Movies into Art: Picture Craft from the Magic Lantern to Early Hollywood" published by British Film Institute Publishing.

Joseph E. Trimble, a professor of psychology at Western Washington University. published the seventh edited edition of "Counseling Across Cultures," with P. Pedersen, W. Lonner, J. Draguns & M. Sharron-del Rio. In the book, he also co-authored two chapters, titled "Counseling…

Ning Yu’s new book "Borrowed from the Great Lump of Earth: An American Eco-Critic’s Translation of Tang Poems" has just been published by Shanghai Press of the Classics in Beijing. Yu is a professor in the Western Washington University English Department.

Joan M. Hoffman (Modern and Classical Languages) has published "Voces femeninas de España: Una antología," an literary anthology containing uncut poems, short stories, and drama written by some 24 Spanish female authors from Medieval times to the present. The book was…

Did you know that publications from Western Washington University's faculty, staff and students, including Western's Masters Thesis Collection, are being downloaded by people from all over the world?

Western CEDAR brings together articles, conference papers, presentations and book…

Mart Stewart, a professor of history at Western Washington University, has had his essay "Walking, Running, and Marching into an Environmental History of the Civil War" published in "The Blue, the Grey, and the Green: Toward an Environmental History of the Civil War,"…

Allen Frost, program coordinator for the Art Department at Western Washington University, has just released his 10th book. It is a poetic novel set in Bellingham in July, 1942, featuring an escaped circus elephant who lives in Whatcom Creek. The book, beautifully illustrated cover-to-cover by…

Brenda Miller's latest essay, "The Shared Space Between Reader and Writer: A Case Study," has just been published in "Brevity Magazine." Miller is a professor of English at Western Washington University.

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