Topic: MLA

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Getting to Know Goethe

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Occasionally you can actually learn about classic authors at the Modern Language Association (MLA). Attended by thousands of English professors from around the world, too often the MLA emphasizes the “Modern” part of their acronym…

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Aging at the MLA

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One way in which the world’s largest conclave of English professors—the Modern Language Association (MLA)—lives up to its name is to leave attendees at its annual conferences with a new vocabulary that they cannot shake….

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Disabling Dickens

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Truly, some authors are just too important to be left to academia. Charles Dickens is one of them. Yet and still, the Modern Language Association (MLA), at its annual conventions, regularly tries to modernize the…

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MLA Deconstructs Middle East

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When the Modern Language Association (MLA) deconstructs something, it stays scrambled. Thousands of English professors attend the annual MLA conferences and just about every English Department is represented there. At this year’s meeting in Austin,…

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