From: Rick McCallister
> From: david_russell_watson <liberty@...>It's personal testimony as a literary genre or literature based on personal testimony. It's a nice field because it produces a lot of controversy. Some call it "journalism", others call it "hagiography," others call it "autobiography,", etc. It has plenty of accompanying theories that also get caught in some people's craw: e.g. subaltern studies, cultural studies, etc. I do it because it's interesting and controversial but I try not to let my karma run over my dogma.
> Subject: [tied] Re: s-stems in Slavic and Germanic
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> Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2009, 5:51 PM
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rick McCallister
> > Spanish --Latin American literature with research on
> > Central American lit. poetry and testimony
> What is Central American testimony?