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Publications:
Talk-Show Intimacy and Narrative Technique in Julian Barnes’s Talking It Over and Love, etc.

Julian Barnes’s novel sequence Talking It Over and Love Etc. invents a narrative technique that parodies talk-show discourse and invites reflection on the similarities between talk-show viewing and novel reading.

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A Yearlong General Education Course Using “Reacting to the Past” Pedagogy to Explore Democratic Practice

The “Reacting to the Past” pedagogy, which consists of elaborate games set in charged historical moments, can be successfully deployed in university courses emphasizing ethics, civic responsibility and analytical skills.

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Humors, Neuroses, and Falling in Love in Julian Barnes’s Talking It Over and Love, etc.

In “Talking It Over“ and “Love, etc.,” Julian Barnes’ characters are dominated by “humors” that lead them to respond mechanically to the vicissitudes of love.

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Individualism or Narcissism? Using Charles Taylor’s Concept of Authenticity to Frame a First-Year, Humanities Course

Charles Taylor’s “Ethics of Authenticity” can provide a particularly rich and relevant set of concepts for framing a first year, university humanities course.

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Militarism and Pacifism in Shakespeare’s "Antony and Cleopatra"

Shakespeare’s "Antony and Cleopatra" revalues erotic love and military virtue by transforming love from an idle attraction into a faithful relationship that is the source and reward of military virtue.

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Published online: May 7, 2014

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The French Revolution and Stendhal’s "The Red and the Black": Linking the Personal and the Political Using “Reacting to the Past”

The challenge of providing the historical background necessary to teach Stendhal’s "The Red and the Black" can be met by using the French Revolution game from “Reacting to the Past.”

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Published online: August 18, 2015

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