Posts Tagged ‘Robert Romanyshyn’

An education in the Humanities is under attack, defunded and depreciated in academic institutions ranging from primary school through doctoral degree programs both in the United States and abroad. The emphasis is on standardization and specialization, when in contrast, as the title of the volume suggests, the imagination does not standardize, and the soul does […]

 

The Wounded Body: Remembering the Markings of Flesh (2000) explores what poets from Homer to Toni Morrison have revealed to us in their narratives about the body wounded, dismembered, tattooed, scarred, diseased in both the natural and cultural worlds. Woundedness is one of the most powerful and memorable experiences one can undergo. In his Foreword, […]