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Fluency in Play is meant as both an introduction and a prompt, that is, as an overview of the process of educational computer game design and a provocation to language teachers excited about the pedagogical possibilities of that process. It is not hard to envision the interesting, ground-breaking, and useful strategic language games that a little elbow grease could produce, and we hope that Fluency in Play will serve as a guiding and animating force for teachers interested in that kind of production.

The Computer Culture Reader brings together a multi-disciplinary group of scholars to probe the underlying structures and overarching implications of the ways in which people and computers collaborate in the production of meaning. The contributors navigate the heady and sometimes terrifying atmosphere surrounding the digital revolution in an attempt to take its measure through examinations of community and modes of communication, representation, information-production, learning, work, and play.

The authors address questions of art, reality, literacy, history, heroism, commerce, crime, and death, as well as specific technologies ranging from corporate web portals and computer games to social networking applications and virtual museums. In all, the essayists work around and through the notion that the desire to communicate is at the heart of the digital age, and that the opportunity for private and public expression has taken a commanding hold on the modern imagination. Consequently, this volume advocates for an adaptable perspective that delivers new insights about the robust and fragile relationships between computers and people.

A catalog of the films selected by the Arizona Media Arts Center to celebrate the Centennial of Arizona statehood. Includes copious film and filmmaker information, a guide to film themes for teachers and scholars, and a still from each film. The sixty-eight short works in this collection some only a paragraph, others a few pages straddle memoir and fiction, exploring the nuances of sexuality, motherhood, love, and ambition. McAllister offer a playful and provocative look at the computer game medium, arguing that games are:.

Instead, it provides a new set of lenses through which games can be examined, and in the process makes a significant contribution to the foundation of both computer game and new media studies. The essays in this collection persuasively analyze that rhetoric in all its specific tactics and general strategies, in its idealist yearnings and its pragmatic compromises, in its ambitious strivings and its political obstacles. Aztec jaguar gods again stalk the earth. Here, in beguiling guise, are your favorite mythological figures alongside characters from Indian, Punjabi, Inuit, and other traditions.

How these characters cross paths reveal a neighborhood shaped by misunderstandings and long-held secrets, and show how a community can be both embracing and unforgiving, revealing a truth about the nature of home: you always live with its history. In landscapes both broken and bountiful, he considers the sustainable environment and the sustainable psyche while uncovering secrets and fears in order to find a hopeful, balanced self.

This book grounds the whole of the self in nature, in time, and in bodies both sexual and contemplative.

Academic freedom is a key element of the academic enterprise in the U. However, it does not seem to exist when scholars seek to advocate on behalf of Palestinian self-determination. This unique work examines how the knowledge-power nexus is shaping the discourse around the Israel-Palestine conflict and restricting academic freedom. Beginning with a discussion of American Zionism, the work proceeds to explain why scholars working on the question of Palestine are often denied standard academic freedom.

This is supported by prominent cases, such as Norman G. This scholarly study will appeal to a broad audience of faculty, students, and readers who seek to understand the importance of academic freedom and the thorny debates surrounding the Israel-Palestine conflict. Here, the city and forest are one, as are the river and sewer. The ghost and the body are one, and the buildings and the trees, the sidewalks and the switchbacks all fuse. In this broken, scattered world that still finds a way to be playful and imploring, there is no respite in the trees and streams and no turning back on nostalgia for either nature or the city.

Intellectual Resistance and the Struggle for Palestine looks at the Question of Palestine as a site of controversy, a place of physical and intellectual repression as well as physical and intellectual resistance. By examining the intellectual example of the late Edward Said, who emerged out of the tradition of the New York Intellectuals, in his advocacy for Palestinian self-determination, Abraham explores Said's resistance as a Palestinian intellectual to the discourse of Zionism within the United States.

By bringing together intellectual interventions with the most violent form of resistance on the ground, Abraham posits that the Question of Palestine is an issue that cannot be ignored as it intrudes into daily life, domestic debates, and foreign policy considerations. At every turn, this rich and ambitious novel tells some of the less well-known stories of twentieth-century history with epic scope and astonishing power, revealing at every turn the ways in which history and memory tend to follow us, and in which absence has a palpable presence.

Fourteen essays by world-class experts show how the gothic in numerous forms - including literature, film, television, and cyberspace -- helps audiences both to distance themselves from and to deal with some of the key underlying problems of modern life. Topics discussed include the norms and shifting boundaries of sex and gender, the explosion f different forms of media and technology, the mixture of cultures across the western world, the problem of identity for the modern individual, what people continue to see as evil, and the very nature of modernity.

Also including a chronology and guide to further reading, this volume offers a comprehensive account of the importance of Gothic to modern life and thought. The book details the lives of five women from rural, agricultural towns in Arizona who managed to become self-educated activists despite heavy oppression. Selected as a " Best Southwest Book". Noted scholars [Holcomb and Scruggs] provide a solid framework for the study of the connections between Hemingway's writing and the literary works of black writers.

The collection's unity relies on defining the "Black Renaissance" as encompassing not only the Harlem Renaissance but also the subsequent advances in black literature sustained through and beyond the war years, the Black Arts period, and "into the present transnational phase. Occupying Our Space sheds a new light on the contributions of Mexican American women journalists and writers during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, marked as the zenith of Mexican journalism.

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Chapbook, poems. Genius Loci From a poet and essayist whose writing about nature has won her comparisons with Gary Snyder and Terry Tempest Williams comes a new collection that offers further evidence of her ability to trace the intersections of the human and nonhuman worlds. From Penguin. His absence will haunt his son, Douglas, as well as Alden and Sutton Kelly, the children of a powerful U. Box Tucson, Arizona Phone: Fax: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History co-ed.

AMS Press, Held as Earth Finishing Line, From Graywolfpress. Mestiz Scripts, Digital Migrations, and the Territories of Writing Conventional scholarship on written communication positions the Western alphabet as a precondition for literacy. Fluency in Play: Computer Game Design for Less Commonly Taught Language Pedagogy Fluency in Play was written to provide K teachers with an introduction to designing and building computer games for the foreign language classroom. The Computer Culture Reader The Computer Culture Reader brings together a multi-disciplinary group of scholars to probe the underlying structures and overarching implications of the ways in which people and computers collaborate in the production of meaning.

Jewelry Box The sixty-eight short works in this collection some only a paragraph, others a few pages straddle memoir and fiction, exploring the nuances of sexuality, motherhood, love, and ambition. McAllister offer a playful and provocative look at the computer game medium, arguing that games are: Idiosyncratic, and thus difficult to apprehend using the traditional tools of media study Irreconcilable, or complex to such a degree that developers, players, and scholars have contradictory ways of describing them Boring, and therefore obligated to constantly make demands on players' attention Anachronistic, or built on age-old tropes and forms of play while ironically bound to the most advanced technologies Duplicitous, or dependent on truth-telling rhetoric even when they are about fictions, fantasies, or lies Work, or are often better understood as labor rather than play Alchemical, despite seeming all-too mechanical or predictable Video games are now inarguably a major site of worldwide cultural production.

Out of Bounds Academic freedom is a key element of the academic enterprise in the U. I want one thing handed over to me. A series of errors progressed into her signature refractured watercolor technique. As the years have progressed, she developed her technique to meld acrylic with refractured watercolor and frequently adding poetry, written for and included in the painting.

Her work continues to inch to the more abstract. One of the things that allowed Jeni to develop her voice quickly was having teachers who taught materials handling and composition, but not style; why, not just how. These are important aspects of her teaching. She lives in Utah with her husband. Originally from the Arkansas Delta, she currently lives in Iowa City with her partner. She is located at kristinchang. He is the winner of a fellowship and two awards in the Michigan Hopwood Program.

His poems are forthcoming or recently appear in Diode , Tinderbox , and Glass. He draws inspiration from stories of his mother and grandmother. Asa Drake is an information services librarian. Dustin M. He painted houses for ten years in Michigan and now teaches creative writing at Winthrop University in South Carolina. Ellen Kombiyil is the author of Histories of the Future Perfect , and a micro chapbook avalanche tunnel She is a founder of The Great Indian Poetry Collective, a mentorship-model press publishing emerging poets from India and the diaspora.

Cade Leebron is a writer living in Columbus, OH. She exists online at mslifeisbestlife. Her poems appear in jubilat , poets. Most of the year, she lives and teaches in Los Angeles. Emily Pettit is a poet, artist, editor, and teacher from Western, Massachusetts. Emily is an editor for Factory Hollow Press and jubilat. Augustine, FL. Eliza Smith lives and writes in Columbus, Ohio.

Jessica Abughattas is a poet living in Los Angeles. Kimberly Quiogue Andrews is a poet and literary critic. She lives in Maryland and teaches at Washington College, and you can find her on Twitter at kqandrews. Also a visual artist, she creates multimedia books and collaborates on social practice projects. She lives in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, he currently lives in Portland, Oregon. Candrilli is published or forthcoming in TriQuarterly Review , cream city review , Bettering American Poetry, and many others. They live in Philadelphia with their partner. She lives in Miami, Florida.

Caroline Chavatel is a M. Ethan Chua is a Chinese-Filipino spoken word poet and fiction writer. His graphic novel, Doorkeeper , published by Summit Books, is available in Philippine bookstores. He is happily part of the Stanford Spoken Word Collective.

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Hannah Craig lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She lives and teaches in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Aidan Forster is a queer poet from South Carolina. A U. He attends Brown University. He was born in Tara E. Jay is a poet and essayist from Indiana, currently living in the metro Detroit area. She is the editorial director of The Index, an imprint of Wolverine Press, a letterpress publisher and studio. She grew up in trailer parks. Ruth Joffre is the author of the story collection Night Beast. She lives in Seattle. Maddie Kim is an undergraduate at Stanford University. She lives near Los Angeles.

Her poems have won the Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Award, amongst others. He lives in Columbia, MO. She chose a whistle and a pen—so the story goes. Her poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals, and her publications include Corridors and Little Sister Left Behind John Patrick McShea is from Pennsylvania. Patty Nash is a poet and translator. She tweets at pattynashdj and lives in Germany. He is originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, has taken a seat in all fifty states, and hopes to continue living in bigger blue dots. Carlos Price-Sanchez is a student at the University of Pennsylvania and current representative of the Environmental Humanities Program.

Jeremy Radin is a poet, actor, and teacher. He lives in Los Angeles with his four plants and his refrigerator. Follow him germyradin. Renzo Razzetto is a self-taught illustrator that uses the pen and ink stippling technique to create collage-style illustrations which are solely created by intuition. More of his work can be found at renzorazzetto.

Isabelle Shepherd is a poet from West Virginia. More of her work and upcoming reading dates can be found on isabelleshepherd. Find her online at laurenslaughter. His current manuscript uses themes from the drug war taking place along a fictional U. The manuscript can be described as a Narco Acid Western told in about forty-five poems.

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Zaphra Stupple is a poet and multimedia artist living in Michigan. They were the Ann Arbor youth poet laureate and the Ann Arbor poetry slam champion. Find them at toothcage. Find her on Twitter AETalbot. She lives in Brockport, NY with her husband and two sons, and teaches writing at the College at Brockport. She is an associate poetry editor for The Journal and has previously served in editorial capacities with Measure Press and The Evansville Review.

Aran Donovan lives in New Orleans. She tweets sporadically barelymarigny. She lives in Baltimore. Tumbles can be found at knargavin. This is his first publication. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri, where she works as a site coordinator for Poetry Inside Out , a poetry and translation program in the public schools. Karl Lorenzen is a professional artist who exhibits and teaches at cultural, educational, health, and holistic learning centers in New York City. Jennie Malboeuf is a native of Kentucky.

She teaches writing at Guilford College in North Carolina.

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Other publications include a book of poetry, A Meteorologist in the Promised Land Shearsman , and several translations of fiction and poetry from Modern Hebrew. Peter Mason is a queer poet from Rochester, NY. He is a co-founder and poetry editor of tap lit mag, an assistant poetry editor of The Arkansas International , and a co-curator of the Open Mouth Reading Series. She lives in Joshua Tree, California. Mountain is a queer poet, a PhD candidate at the University of Denver, and an assistant editor of the Denver Quarterly. Keep up with her at aliciamountain.

Nazli S. Pearl is a Muslim-American from the deep south. She now lives in California. Lizzy Petersen is a St. Louis native. Louis Post-Dispatch. Previously, she served as poetry co-editor of Sycamore Review at Purdue University, where she received her MFA in poetry, as well as the managing editor and later grants and outreach manager at River Styx Magazine. Currently, she works for a non-profit and volunteers at a high school in St. Louis Public Schools facilitating a student-run online literary magazine.

His records Death Ranch and Hymnal are available. James A. White is a gay, first-generation Japanese-British U. Twitter: jamesahwhite. Kit Zauhar is a writer, filmmaker, and sometimes actress living in New York and Philadelphia. Her work deals with female sexuality, the dissection of anxiety, the minutiae of human interactions, and the process of becoming in a post-digital landscape.

You can find out more about her work and life at kitzauhar. She lives in Potomac with her husband and three children. Brennan Bestwick is a reader and writer from the Flint Hills of Kansas. He tweets bestfriendwick. She is the Editor in Chief of So to Speak , a feminist literary journal. He can be found at scottjbroker. Bond is from Boyd County, Kentucky, and now lives in Atlanta. His writing has been published in various magazines and newspapers in the U.

Joseph J. His work has also been featured on Poetry Daily and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He lives with his family in Baltimore and teaches writing at Towson University. Visit her website: chelseadingman.

She lives in Alexandria, VA with her two young children. He lives in rural Missouri and co-edits The Laurel Review. Youcan follow him on Twitter lutherxhughes. He thinks you are beautiful. Bellee Jones-Pierce writes and mothers in a quiet corner of Alabama. She is a Ph. Candidate in English at Emory University. Her research links disability and the lyric in early modern literature. Katy Kim is a Korean American poet.

His poetry, essays, and short stories have appeared in journals including Ploughshares, Crazyhorse, Prairie Schooner, and Mississippi Review, as well as on the Poetry Foundation and Academy of American Poets websites. Maja Lukic is a poet and environmental attorney. Selected pieces published online are available at majalukic. She lives in New York City. She is the author of the chapbook Eradicate Sex Chemicals!

Find her writing in Ghost Proposal , Pinwheel , Juked , and elsewhere. A graduate of McGill University and a Navy veteran, Miller led an unconventional life, including stints of homelessness.


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Find her online at jennymolberg. Find him engrishlessons. Meghann Plunkett is a poet, coder, and lover of dogs. Meghann has been recognized by the Academy of American Poets in both and Her essays, erasures, and animated poems can be found in Luna Luna Magazine. Visit her at meghannplunkett. Arabella Proffer is a painter whose loose narrative themes revolve around a fascination with punk rock, the dying aristocracy, the history of medicine, and biomorphic organisms.

Arabella participates in solo and group exhibitions throughout North America as well as parts of Europe, the Middle East, and Australia. She teaches creative writing and literature at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she is an assistant professor-in-residence. More of her work can be found at caitlinroach. Eileen Rush is a writer from Johnson City, Tennessee. She lives in the swamp and practices hortitorture by drinking beer on her porch while pruning misshapen topiaries.

Sam Rush began writing poems after developing progressive hearing loss and realizing how many words each word could be.

They were a finalist at the National Poetry Slam in Lily Starr is an eager student of poetry from North East, Maryland. She lives on an island in the Mississippi River. Aria Aber was born to Afghan parents in Munster, Germany. Elizabeth Blackford is a writer and visual artist living in Columbus, Ohio. Anthony Blake is a poet from Louisville, KY.

He is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Arkansas, where he serves as managing editor and designer for the Arkansas International. Elizabeth T. Michener Center at the University of Texas at Austin. James Dunlap is an Arkansas poet. Tyler Gillespie is a pale Floridian. Find him at TylerMTG. Julia Heney lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Carolina Hotchandani received her Ph. Jennifer L. Knox is the author of four books of poems.