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FT-53878-06
Glass Half Full: Jewish American Culture in the 20th Century
Anne Goldman, Sonoma State University

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“Reading Bellow,” Michigan Quarterly Review (Winter 2008) (Article)
Title: “Reading Bellow,” Michigan Quarterly Review (Winter 2008)
Author: Anne Goldman
Abstract: An appraisal of the work of Saul Bellow framed as a piece of creative nonfiction.
Year: 2008
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Michigan Quarterly Review
Publisher: Michigan Quarterly Review

“Soulful Modernism,” Southwest Review (Winter 2008) (Article)
Title: “Soulful Modernism,” Southwest Review (Winter 2008)
Author: Anne Goldman
Abstract: A meditation on the work of Mark Rothko and Marc Chagall, two Russian-born Jewish artists.
Year: 2008
Format: Journal
Publisher: Southwest Review

“Listening to Gershwin,” Georgia Review (Summer 2008) (Article)
Title: “Listening to Gershwin,” Georgia Review (Summer 2008)
Author: Anne Goldman
Abstract: A reflection, part memoir, part biography, part musicology, on the work of Aaron Copland and George Gershwin in the context of the period leading up to WWII
Year: 2008
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: The Georgia Review
Publisher: The Georgia Review

five public lectures funded by Nextbook and the American Library Association 2008 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: five public lectures funded by Nextbook and the American Library Association 2008
Abstract: Librarian Karen Brodsky and I received a grant from Nextbook, in conjunction with the ALA, to host five public lectures on Jewish writers. I wrote and gave the lectures in 2008.
Author: Karen Brodsky
Author: Anne Goldman
Date: 1/31/2008
Location: Sonoma State University


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