Posts Tagged ‘Tom Wolfe’

Literature & Journalism studies planner + [EXTRA]

11 July 2019

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[Tom Wolfe]

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Literature & Journalism

planner

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Eugenio Fouz.-

11.07.19 Thu

 

1/Dictionaries: OED, Thesaurus, Oxford literary terms, Routledge, Penguin

2/New Journalism (pieces): Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese, Truman Capote

3/Criticism (articles, books, manifestos)

4/Literature (pieces) -Classics, Modern novels, etcetera: Andersen, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Dickens, Twain

5/Journalism (pieces): Kovach, Pinker, Roy Peter Clark, Lippmann

6/Handbooks (literature, journalism)

7/Podcasts: BBC UK, Pitchfork

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8/Bilingual poetry: W. H. Auden, Langston Hughes, Anne Sexton, William Blake

9/Context texts: history, fashion, biographies, music, journalism, politics, society, arts

10/Diverse & tangential letters: dandyism, fairy tales, journalism, style, transtextuality, curiosities

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Hoefler, 9

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The 200 Best Songs of the 60s

via Pitchfork.com

https://tinyurl.com/yy75ufn8

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History of American Journalism, a rich website by Rick Musser

11 May 2019

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History of American Journalism

Rick Musser (historyjournalism.ku.edu)

Introduction-

“The 1960s was marked by clashes of ideologies. In the South, blacks fought a stubborn white establishment for the rights they were owed under the Constitution.

Abroad, the United States fought a multi-front battle against the spread Communism. On college campuses across the country, a new generation of Americans rejected the post-WWII, conservative values of their parents.

And even within the Civil Rights movement, the non-violent activists under Martin Luther King, Jr., butted heads with the militant followers of Malcolm X. The result was a decade mired in turbulence — but also one that brought important changes.”

Read on here:

http://history.journalism.ku.edu/1960/1960.shtml

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[Professor Emeritus Rick Musser]
University of Kansas, School of Journalism & Mass Communications, 1976-2008

Original site designed May 2003 by graduate students Heather Attig and Tony Esparza

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Now I am reading about this dandy called Tom Wolfe and New Journalism

15 September 2018

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[Tom Wolfe, photo by Patrick Swirc]

 

 


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