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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:


Why the Humanities Still Matter
New York Times
We need the humanities more than ever. Consider the entrenched conflicts in this country and around the world; wouldn't we benefit from civil exchanges of perspectives, dialogues among and within cultures, and critical reasoning about human values and ...


Nicholas Kristof: Don't dismiss the humanities
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Inside Higher Ed

New study assesses humanities' impact by credits earned, not majors declared
Inside Higher Ed
A new analysis from the American Academy of Arts & Sciences confirms a common fear: humanities majors and STEM majors dwell in separate academic silos. STEM majors, especially engineering students, take few humanities courses, the data show.

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A Surprising Success Story: Jobs and the Arts and Humanities
Huffington Post
When you think "jobs," do you think "arts and humanities"? No? Well, maybe you should. You see, as the world gets bigger and the world's problems become more complex, employers seek more critical, comprehensive, and creative leaders. And the arts and ...

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The great grade deflation experiment, STEM vs. humanities
Washington Post
Princeton's report on its decade-long grade-deflation experiment had a lot of fascinating findings in it, only some of which I had room to discuss in my column Tuesday. Here's a look at what the committee found about grading by department, particularly ...

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Tennessee Today

Humanities Center Lecture Series Begins September 3 with Art Scholar
Tennessee Today
American art scholar Alexander Nemerov will kick off the UT Humanities Center's third annual Distinguished Lecture Series on September 3. Nemerov, the Carl and Marilynn Thoma Provostial Professor in the Arts and Humanities at Stanford University, will ...


Discover Magazine (blog)

Do Sciences and Humanities Students' Brains Differ?
Discover Magazine (blog)
They report that there are significant group differences in brain structure between undergraduate students studying sciences vs. humanities subjects. Specifically, the scientists had more grey matter in the medial prefrontal cortex (p=0.035), but their ...


Georgia Humanities Council awards grant to 6th Cavalry Museum
The Catoosa County News
The Georgia Humanities Council, founded in 1971, is a nonprofit organization working to ensure that humanities and culture remain an integral part of the lives of Georgians. GHC partners with libraries, museums and other cultural and educational ...


Big life questions fuel inaugural IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute lecture ...
IUPUI Newscenter
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning biologist and a specialist in cyborg anthropology join minds in a discussion of one of life's most fundamental questions during the inaugural event of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute Entanglements ...


New Oklahoma Center for Humanities at TU names first class of fellows
Tulsa World
Wayne Greene: The World Editorial Page editor was one of the nine people named to the inaugural class of fellows for the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at the University of Tulsa. A computer scientist, two TU students and five TU faculty members ...

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