Another highlight will be “Rushin’ Rage,” a Soviet built aerobatic plane flown by an American pilot. A World War II B 24 Liberator bomber and a Marines Harrier Jump Jet will be among more than 50 aircraft on display. And aerial performances begin at noon.
The prints, part of UAB’s permanent collection, join 150 Polaroids and black and white photographs UAB received in 2008 as part of the foundation’s Photographic Legacy Program. Straus declined to give the number of works in the foundation’s inventory, but the same almost 200 university museums that were gifted in 2008 received more Warhol pieces last year. Auburn University is the only other college in the state to receive works from the program.
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A woman named Sharon sat at a table chatting with another diner. Her hair was dyed red and she wore a red down jacket, a donation from the church. She showed a Daily News reporter a picture of herself from 1976: a slender young woman with shoulder length blond hair, black jeans, black Ray Ban sunglasses, a Harley Davidson motorcycle in the background.
On a recent Tuesday afternoon, Popkin stood before her “Literature and Empire: The Reign of the Novel in Russia” class, clutching her dogeared copy of Nikolai Gogol’s “Dead Souls.” Her 35 students, eager to participate, crowded the Hamilton Hall classroom’s front rows, their attention rapt for 75 minutes. “I’m so lucky. This is a pretty amazing job,” said Popkin, who won the Lenfest Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award earlier this year.
Among the careers we may explore are grant writing and fundraising work; writing in the science and health professions and other technical fields; public relations and journalism; ghost writing, speechwriting, and copy editing; comic book writing and podcasting; and teaching composition and creative writing both in the United States and abroad. We will also analyze how writing works in some professions where it may initially seem to be an afterthought: among members of the military, police, and in courts of law. Additionally, this course will introduce you to pressing issues and ongoing debates among the people who teach rhetoric and composition for a living, to give you an opportunity to reflect on how you have been taught writing and envision what the teaching of writing should look like in the future.