Friday, September 5, 2014

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Poetry in America: The Poetry of Early New England


Poetry in America: The Poetry of Early New England opens next week!

Just a reminder before we start that there are many ways of participating in this module. Some of you will choose to take a very active and connected approach, seeking a certificate, frequently participating in discussion forums, and using the interactive annotation tool to understand the poems. Others may want to read the poems and watch the videos, but otherwise to work through this module quite independently. We welcome all levels of participation. Treat this module as a free and open resource to use as you see fit!

In addition to the many free, not-for-credit options, we are now offering the option to take this module for Harvard credit through the Harvard Extension School. Registration for that option is open through September 9: learn more and sign up here if you're interested, and send any questions to instructor John Radway at jnradway@fas.harvard.edu.

I look forward to seeing you as we begin our study of the Poetry of Early New England.

Warmly,
Professor New and The Poetry Team

         
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Saturday, July 5, 2014

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Record Price For Francis Bacon Triptych And Peter Doig At Sotheby's

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Sotheby's London was again breaking records this evening when a rare Francis Bacon triptych of George Dyer attracted bids from four collectors around the world, far surpassing its estimate and selling to a telephone bidder for a landmark price of £26,682,500 ($45,400,274). The sum paid sets a new benchmark for a small-scale triptych by the artist, eclipsing the previous record of £23 million* for a work in this format. Underbidding from Patti Wong, Sotheby's Chairman in Asia, helped drive the price to well over £20 million.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Scott Lord Mystery: Chesterfield Studios- The Lady in Scarlet (1935)


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Please include the following films from  Monogram Studios in any screening which you see fit (untill more Chesterfield films are added)





I've included three other mysteries for the moment, as an afterthought; or for atmosphere.







Scott Lord Mystery: Chesterfield Studios- The Lady in Scarlet (1935)


Scott Lord

Please include the following films from  Monogram Studios in any screening which you see fit (untill more Chesterfield films are added)





I've included three other mysteries for the moment, as an afterthought; or for atmosphere.







Scott Lord Mystery: Chesterfield Studios- The Lady in Scarlet (1935)


Scott Lord

Please include the following films from  Monogram Studios in any screening which you see fit (untill more Chesterfield films are added)





I've included three other mysteries for the moment, as an afterthought; or for atmosphere.