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Are we romanticizing the Vikings too much in popular culture­? In today's Academic Minute, Gettysburg College's Christopher Fee looks into whether the myth has become more like fact.

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January 29, 2011
Roy Kesey reads from his novel, Pacazo (Dzanc Books), the story of an American historian who teaches English at a small university in Piura, on the desert coast of Peru.
January 29, 2011
Etgar Keret, writer (Missing Kissinger, The Girl on the Fridge) and filmmaker (Jellyfish, winner of the Caméra d’Or at Cannes and Best Director Award of the French Artists and Writers’ Guild), was born in Tel Aviv in 1967 and is the most popular writer among Israel’s young generation. In 2010, Keret was honored in France with the decoration of Chevalier de l`Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. His books have been published abroad in 29 languages in 34 countries.
January 29, 2011
Xu Xi, finalist for the inaugural Man Asian Literary Prize for her novel Habit of a Foreign Sky, discusses the book with her editor, Anna Sherman, at the Asia Society New York, November 8, 2010.
January 28, 2011
n today’s Academic Minute, Landmark College's Jim Baucom suggests specific study methods that are firmly based in research on cognitive improvement. Baucom is a professor of education and social sciences at Landmark. Learn more about him here.
January 28, 2011
From the recording sessions for the audio book of The Tunnel. Courtesy of Dalkey Archive Press.

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