JNT 51.1 Featured Author: Dr. Frederick J. Solinger

In the sections on Burgess, I am careful to avoid in anyway humanizing the likes of Alex and his droogs, and all I say there applies here. But it raises some fundamental questions, about how such ears turned deaf, such minds closed off: What role can we as educators play in a larger information ecology to counter this?

JNT 51.1 Featured Author: Dr. Chen Edelsburg

Love is often thought about as something that cannot be interpreted, something that even resists interpretation (as Freud claims in “Observations on Transference Love”). Therefore, scholars may have felt that Buddy-Salinger’s love for characters blocked their ability to interpret the text, to understand it, and to produce knowledge about it.

JNT 50.3 Featured Author: Dr. Nasia Anam

There were many moments I felt suddenly that I had no right to be there as a traveler, or more so a vacationer, when so many hundreds were dying just to place their feet on the same Mediterranean terra firma where I stood. It is an injustice so vast and cruel that I still cannot fully fathom it, despite having spent nearly a decade studying and writing about postcolonial migration to Europe.
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