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By Sophie Chen
In a society so deeply imbued with patriarchy, women and men struggle to navigate their relationships with love and power, leaving many distraught and hopeless. bell hooks’ all about love: new visions is both a celebration of love and its cathartic abilities, as well as a call to action. She urges her readers to embrace a shared meaningful definition, thus treating the enigmatic concept as a verb rather than a noun. However…
By Bianca Chui
In Émile Zola’s novel Germinal, the distinction between characters from differing social classes can be seen in their outward appearances. However, a subtler distinction can be seen through the use of space. Zola uses contrasting physical surroundings, from the larger perspective of a neighbourhood to the smaller perspective of living quarters, to showcase the differences in social class.
By Maggie Coval
Used to establish keystones of identity, emotion, and culture, language defines many of the parameters of human life. In his novel, White Noise, Don DeLillo analyzes the power and limitation of language in a technologically advancing world.
Check out some photos from our 50th Anniversary Keynote Lecture event. Yay for 50 years!!
DO NOT WORRY – you don’t need to know all about music in order to take ArtsOne. But check out this Interview Dr. Brandon Konoval did on Emotion of Music! He is one of the profs teaching the theme “Dangerous Questions, Forbidden Knowledge.”
Dr. Michael Zeitlin is back in ArtsOne! Get excited and get to know him by reading his hilarious answers to “10 questions.”