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- Welcome to BoujeeBooze! We specialize in determining how high-end alcohol packaging and marketing initiatives impact everyday consumer buying decisions. We […]
- A Chang School publishing graduate talks about how she became involved with the new Chang Career Flash Mentoring program and […]
- An account of events from March to September 2020 Owing to a set of personal circumstances, I was able to […]
- While studying various artworks in The Yellow Book, specifically by Walter Sickert, it was surprising to see such art represented […]
- October 19th, 2020 As today’s presenters walked us through Aubrey Beardsley’s artistic style — the strong, curved composition, the economical […]
- I really enjoyed learning about how The Yellow Book was interested in art for art’s sake. It was very interesting […]
- Something I particularly love about literary criticism is the ability to close read texts through different critical theories and unearth […]
- I was intrigued by the contrast in Aubrey Beardsley’s art. The front cover and the “Portrait of Madame Réjane” both […]
- Today’s class discussion got me thinking about intermediality not only in the 1890s, but also in postmodern 2020. Intermediality refers […]
- During class today in our discussion on The Yellow Book Volume 2 I was intrigued by the innovation that was […]