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May 16 2018

Doctor of Education (EdD) Part-time Programme: Faculty of Education

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Oct 10 2017

Visit the Original Lorax Tree in Dr # #american #writers, #artists, #books, #libraries, #literature, #museums, #popup #block, #travel, #writers #

# Visit the Original Lorax Tree in Dr. Seuss s San Diego In 1937, a long line of publishers rejected a children’s book that would later become a classic. Penned by Theodore Geisel, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street immortalized a street in the author’s hometown, Springfield, Massachusetts. The book was eventually picked up by a publisher, the first in a long line of classics penned by Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss. Related Content His first book may have Massachusetts roots, but after World War II Geisel made his way to San Diego, California and moved into …

Aug 25 2017

English literature masters degree #english #literature #masters #degree

# Graduate Graduate Studies in English The Graduate English Department, with more than 70 full-time faculty members and over 200 graduate students, was formed under the direction of A.S.P. Woodhouse in 1947 (although the first graduate degree was awarded in 1910). The success of its faculty and graduates alike contributes to its prestigious reputation as one of the strongest and most diverse graduate programs in North America. The distinguished graduate faculty represents a wide array of approaches to the study of literature that includes both rigorous historical scholarship and the innovations of new theoretical, cultural, and interdisciplinary methods. The research …