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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Arielle Greenberg  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Born: 1972 in Columbus, Ohio


-- Website -- http://www.ariellegreenberg.net
-- Arielle Greenberg on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=arielle+greenberg

E-Mail: -- ariellecg@yahoo.com


Illinois Connection

Greenberg is an associate professor at Columbia College Chicago. She also lives in Evanston, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Arielle started undergraduate school as an English major at Binghamton University. She later transferred to Purchase College. She attended graduate school, to pursue an MFA in poetry at Syracuse University. She taught there for three years. Then, she was a lecturer in English at Bentley College outside of Boston.


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Selected Titles At Your Library

Given :
ISBN: 0972348719. OCLC Number: 50511453

Verse Press,. .

My Kafka century /
ISBN: 0976569221. OCLC Number: 62077210

Action Books,. .

Youth subcultures :
ISBN: 0321241940. OCLC Number: 71004655

Pearson Longman,. .

"Youth Subcultures: Exploring Underground America, by Arielle Greenberg, uses a cultural studies lens to explore contemporary American youth subcultures, such as skateboarding, punk, Goth, and raves, in a brief, flexible, and inexpensive reader." "Features: High-interest readings on American youth subcultures offer students the opportunity to be content experts right from the start of the semester and approach their research through personal life experiences. The variety of writing genres allows for a wide array of potential writing strategies that includes oral histories, academic research, and memoirs. In each chapter, essays by college students as well as professional journalists provide students with realistic models for their own writing. Post-reading "Notebook" questions provide discussion and writing opportunities. "Suggestions for Further Reading" offer launching points for research. An alternate "Rhetorical Contents" accommodates multiple teaching approaches for maximum instructor flexibility. Book jacket."--Jacket.