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Writing from an unusually wide range of institutional positions and professional conditions, the contributors weave sophisticated theoretical analysis with situated personal detail in ways that neither float upward toward pious abstraction nor descend to the merely anecdotal. The result? An avatar for tradition and lever for social mobility, Shakespeare, it turns out, may be our best, last hope for a revitalized and relevant liberal arts. An important call to action for Shakespeare studies, the collection challenges us to examine our roles as scholars and pedagogues in the twenty-first century.
Shakespeare and the 99%
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But Professor Meyer said the catchphrase was useful in that it gave continuity and coherence to a movement that is losing some of its camps in major cities across the country. The slogan. The slogan was chanted again early on Wednesday morning in Los Angeles and Philadelphia as police there cleared out the Occupy camp sites in each city.
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‘We Are the 99 Percent’ Joins the Cultural and Political Lexicon - The New York Times
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