Kelly Herr

  • by Maria Rovito
    The life of Joseph Carey Merrick prevails as a spectacle for the public: decades after his death in 1890, his life is portrayed and performed for audiences all around the Western world, from the […]

  • By Maria Rovito
    The act of translating can uphold and strengthen certain traditions and values within a culture. For instance, American translated versions of foreign texts can uphold certain stereotypes and […]

  • Kelly Herr wrote a new post on the site ‘Ville Daily 5 years, 7 months ago

    ’Ville Daily | July 16, 2018

    FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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  • Welcome to Millersville University’s Spring 2018 edition of MUsings: The Graduate Journal.  Our journal continues the exciting mission to be a creative and scholarly outlet for our graduate students as they ex […]

  • MUsings: The Graduate Journal
    Spring 2018

    Publisher
    Victor DeSantis, Dean
    College of Graduate Studies and Adult Learning
    Millersville University
    Millersville, PA

    Graduate Editors
    Claire Porter, […]

  • by Maria Rovito
    The manner in which first-person narrators tell the reader their stories greatly impacts whether or not the reader views these narrators as trustworthy and reliable. In several cases, scholars and […]

  • by Sha Chen
    The first time I read Lydia Maria Child’s “Hilda Silfverling: A Fantasy,” I thought it was no more than a science fiction short story because the elements of this genre, such as time travel, p […]

  • by Eliot White

    I. Introduction: Theoretical Framework
    Scholars and literary critics have been preoccupied considering the ways in which a literary text’s form bears upon its content. Or, put more p […]

  • by Hannah Halter
    In her article, “Harvesting Willa Cather’s Literary Fields,” Beth Rundstrom discusses the humanistic outlook evident in most scholarship surrounding literary geography, as she writes, “Huma […]

  • by Laura Birkin

     
    In terms of film adaptation, 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) can only be described as an extremely loose adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. Rather than attempting to cr […]

  • by Claire Porter
    Western civilization underwent a complete shift in its understanding of crime and punishment in the eighteenth century, culminating in the Penitentiary Act of 1779. There were many elements in […]

  • by Andie Petrillo
    “Emma Approved,” a YouTube series produced by Pemberley Digital, utilizes a new approach to content publishing that employs multiple platforms to develop story lines and deliver content to mor […]

  • by Bradley J Schaffer
    Abstract
    Social Work practice with the military veteran population in the criminal justice system (CJS) is a part of a specialized and underdeveloped field, known as forensic social work […]

  • Kelly Herr wrote a new post on the site ‘Ville Daily 6 years, 5 months ago

    ‘Ville Daily | September 1, 2017
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    10th Annual International Policy Conference 
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  • Kelly Herr wrote a new post on the site ‘Ville Daily 6 years, 6 months ago

    ‘Ville Daily | August 10, 2017

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  • Welcome to Millersville University’s Spring 2017 edition of MUsings: The Graduate Journal. Since the success of last year’s inaugural edition, the mission of The Graduate Journal continues to be an outlet for our […]

  • MUsings: The Graduate Journal
    Spring 2017

    Publisher
    Victor DeSantis, Dean
    College of Graduate Studies and Adult Learning
    Millersville University
    Millersville, PA

    Graduate Editors
    Hannah Halter, […]

  • Kelly Herr wrote a new post on the site ‘Ville Daily 6 years, 10 months ago

    ‘Ville Daily | April 4, 2017
    FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
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  • by Patrick Gann
    Here, I saw a room full of professionals who wanted to best serve the court participants, which sometimes meant making hard choices.
    On September 29, 2016, I attended the weekly-scheduled […]

  • by Laura  Birkin
    Wide Sargasso Sea and A Passage to India are two very distinct novels set in different locations and at different times, yet both of these works deal with issues of colonialism and imperialism, […]

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