Kelly Herr

  • by York Williams
    Overview
    In the film Akeelah and the Bee (2006), directed by Doug Atchison, the complex character named Akeelah, played by Keke Palmer, provides an eloquent portrayal of a gifted student who is […]

  • By Andie Petrillo
    For many, the words “Victorian woman” conjure images of gargantuan hoop skirts, frothy dresses, and heroines such as Jane Eyre. This meek and subjugated woman is not the only type: as the Vic […]

  • 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, 11 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, 9 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, 10 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 7 years, 2 months ago

    ‘Ville Daily | April 4, 2017
    FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
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