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Comparative Cultural Studies
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- History professor Michael Amundson’s book “Talking Machine West: Tin Pan Alley’s Western Recordings, 1902-1918” received the Ray and Pat Browne award for best reference/primary source book of the year in popular and American culture from the Popular Culture Association. His article “Seeing Arizona, Imagining Mars: Deserts, Canals, Global Climate Change, and the American West”… Read more
Northern Arizona University’s Cline Community Lecture in the Humanities presents T.C. Boyle, an American novelist and short story writer, in a performance from the collection of stories, “T.C. Boyle Stories II,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 6, in Cline Library. The event is free.
Boyle is the author of 24 books of fiction, including World’s End, winner of the 1988 Pen/Faulkner Award for best novel, T.C. Boyle Stories, which received the 1999 Pen/Malmud Prize for short stories, and The Tortilla Curtain,… Read more