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It is funny how web site promotion can suddently plunge you into literary exploits...

I am currently at work, my bosses left for the meeting so I can relax a little and perhaps even write a short article for this ezine.

It dawned on me that as close as we are in everyday life, we really are isolated from each other by mundane tasks and repetitive procedures we are bound to engage in. Although, why should we even care about these issues as we usually think about making money and living our lives?

Naturally, we are social being and cannot escape intangible social obligations and needs, yet we also guard our privacy with zeal. Now, as write these lines, another, more important imperative pushes me to change the subject completely and address some linguistic issues. As a writer, I am purposefully write a text, I am also a petential reader, but as I imagine myself reading this article, I am really at loss as far my environment and consequently attention span... Is modern literary approach with deconstructivist attitude more in tune with human capabilities that traditional writing? It is for you and me to decide.... I call you imaginary audience, and I can become the same when I run across this article by accident and do not recognize my own writing offhand...

As I worked on www.tlservice.com (all subsidiary right are reserved) I also worked not with literary but predominantly with conceptual and color issues...

I am born and raised in Russia, studied and worked in USA.

In The News:


Cornell Chronicle

Humanities scholars explore 'Occupation' theme
Cornell Chronicle
... "Occupation" this year, including recent occupy movements. Fellows at the Society for the Humanities and guest scholars will discuss the concept of occupation – and how it has shaped the humanities – at a conference April 18-19 at the A.D. White House.


Humanities are essential to understanding the world around us
The Huntsville Times - al.com
When individuals, organizations and lawmakers face tough economic times, humanities program funding is generally among the first things to be considered for spending cuts. But if they care about the future, it is one of the worst actions those entities ...


USC News

Poetry and song: Arts and humanities thrive at Festival of Books
USC News
Panel discussions on books, poetry readings, talks from thought leaders, live stage performances and music testified to the unifying power of the humanities and arts. Faculty from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, in particular ...

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Colby News

Obama Nominates Chairman for Humanities Endowment
New York Times (blog)
William Adams has led liberal arts programs and institutions for most of his career, slowly training for an opportunity that finally came on Thursday, when President Obama nominated him to be chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Colby president tapped to lead National Endowment for the HumanitiesMainebiz Daily
Obama Will Nominate Colby College's President to Top Humanities PostChronicle of Higher Education (subscription) (blog)
Obama to nominate new head of Humanities EndowmentLexington Herald Leader

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The Providence Journal

Nuala Pell, 89, was an advocate for the arts and humanities
The Providence Journal
Nuala Pell, longtime patron of the arts, humanities and education, supporter of many causes, prominent philanthropist and the widow of the late Sen. Claiborne Pell, died early Sunday morning at Newport Hospital. She was 89. Word of her passing prompted ...
Statement by Vice President Biden on the Passing of Nuala PellWhitehouse.gov (press release)
Nuala Pell, Spouse And Political Partner Of Sen. Claiborne Pell, DiesRhode Island Public Radio

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Wedsworth Memorial Library receives $900 from Humanities Montana
KRTV Great Falls News
CASCADE - Humanities Montana recently awarded $18,058 to organizations across the Treasure State, and $900 of that will go to the Wedsworth Memorial Library in Cascade for their continued efforts in bringing the humanities to their community. For ...


Humanities classes taking a digital approach
Arizona Daily Wildcat
McAllister added that digital humanities are an important component of the iSchool. The departments associated with the iSchool are working to develop different applications and ways to use the digital humanities to expand teaching and research.


Diverse: Issues in Higher Educatio

Rethinking the Role of College Career Centers for Humanities Graduates
Diverse: Issues in Higher Educatio
Liberal arts graduates, especially in the humanities, do not as easily transition into first jobs as students also trained, for example, in STEM disciplines, teaching, nursing or business. For many of these humanities students, the move to employment ...

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Vermont Humanities Council event: Author shares story of transcontinental railroad
vtdigger.org
The Vermont Humanities Council's First Wednesdays series is held on the first Wednesday of every month from October through May in nine communities statewide, featuring speakers of national and regional renown. Talks in Essex Junction are held at ...

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MU humanities opens doors, fills wallets
Miami Student
Some notable humanities graduates who went on to be leaders in the business world include Sam Palmisano, Former CEO of IBM and History major, Carly Fiorina, Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and Philosophy major and A.G. Lafley, CEO of P&G and ...

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