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Writing a Feminist’s Life: The Legacy of Carolyn G. Heilbrun

EXCERPT   All the years I knew Carolyn Heilbrun, beginning in graduate school in 1984, I never heard her utter a single conventional sentiment. Even her more conservative views were unconventional, as though she had formulated them begrudgingly for pragmatic rather than prescriptive reasons. This meant, of...

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Aryan Mundus and Sexual Inversion: Eliot’s Edition of Nightwood

ABSTRACT   Despite its notorious sexual politics, Djuna Barnes's Nightwood gained considerable literary respectability when T. S. Eliot endorsed the first American edition with his Introduction. The presiding dean of Modernist letters at Faber and Faber in London, Eliot could distinguish even obscure writers with a single...

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Vandenburg, Gordon, Keane to Read Work as Part of 125th anniversary Events

November 4, 2014 Interview by Camille Baptista Illustration by Rachael Dottle   Barnard will continue its 125th anniversary celebrations this week with a reading by three longtime members of the Barnard community. Professors Mary Gordon, Margaret Vandenburg, and Mary Beth Keane will each read new fiction in Barnard’s Sulzberger Parlor on...

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An Interview with Margaret Vandenburg by Rachel Abramowitz

Interview by Rachel Abramowitz It would not be an exaggeration to say that during my years as a student at Barnard College, I followed Margaret Vandenburg around. Whatever class she taught, I took, even if I had only a passing interest in the subject. It takes, for...

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