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Submissions from 2022

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Fun with Palamon and Arcite: Rationale and Strategies for Teaching The Two Noble Kinsmen as the Culmination of the Shakespearean Canon, Joanne E. Gates

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Shakespeare as Opera in English: Britten's Dream and Adès' The Tempest, Joanne E. Gates

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"Whole Binders Full of Women:" From Meme to Political Satire by way of Amazon's Product Review Page, Joanne E. Gates

Submissions from 2021

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ALT Wars of the Roses: A Guide to the Women in Shakespeare's First Tetralogy (Especially Richard III) for Fans of Philippa Gregory's White Queen Series, Joanne E. Gates

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Historical References and Literary Allusions in Ahab’s Wife, Joanne E. Gates

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Re-Drowning Ophelia: The Representation of Female Disintegration in Recent Films of Hamlet, Joanne E. Gates

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Teaching the Structure of Hamlet: The "To Be or Not to Be" Soliloquy Repositioned in Recent Film Adaptations, Joanne E. Gates

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Teaching Titus Andronicus in order to Re-examine Shakespeare's Evolution of the Tragic Form, Joanne E. Gates

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The Bus Murals of Anniston: Teaching the Freedom Riders History, Joanne E. Gates

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What Happens (And Doesn't) In Hamlet (And Who Cares?), Joanne E. Gates

Submissions from 2020

LGBTQ+ History: Lunch and Learn Presentation, Lewis Freddy Clements

Working at the Bibliotheque Droit Letters: Perspectives from a JSU Librarian in France, Carley Knight

Submissions from 2019

Effective Communication: A Vital Skill in Healthcare, Allison Crabtree

Submissions from 2018

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A Tale of Two Tailgates: Jacksonville State University Library's 2016 to 2017 Tailgate Transformation, Kimberly S. Westbrooks, Charlcie Pettway Vann, and Paula Barnett-Ellis

Submissions from 2016

Recipe for a Healthy Collection Assessment, Paula Barnett-Ellis and Charlcie Pettway Vann