salmagundi


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Oil Painters of America is very excited to be bringing its most distinguished group of artists to New York City for the first time, and especially at such an iconic institution like the Salmagundi Club," said OPA's Executive Director Kathryn Beligratis.
From Sexual Inversion to Homosexuality: Medicine and the Changing Conceptualization of Female Deviance," Salmagundi 58-59 (Fall 1982/Winter 1983), 115.
Founded in 1960, The Society of Animal Artists is headquartered in the historic Salmagundi [Art] Club on Fifth Avenue in New York.
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Given its probable composition in late 1988 or early 1989, before its publication in Salmagundi in 1989, Gordimer's tale itself may be read as a warning to South Africa about the inevitable consequences of its history.
He soon joined with other budding New York wits to found Salmagundi, a playful journal that had its precursors in the humor rags of England.
Let us briefly return to the Naipaul debates and to the Salmagundi exchanges about the post-colonial intellectual.
1) Chapter 2 continues the story with Aphra Behn's Abdelazar and Oroonoko, followed by Thomas Southerne's stage adaptation of Oroonoko, Susanna Rowson's Slaves in Algiers, and Washington Irving's Salmagundi.
Meanwhile, Trilling admirer Robert Boyers, the editor of Salmagundi and author of the first critical study of Trilling, (10) declared:
In 1991 (just after the 1990 publication of The Barnum Museum), the journal Salmagundi devoted a significant portion of its fall issue to Millhauser, and Mary Kinzie's lengthy essay is one of the first extensive treatments of Millhauser's work as a whole.
The same piece recently won an award in the Audubon Artists 63rd annual Juried Exhibition at the Salmagundi Club in New York City.
Major Kelly, "The Colonel" of Salmagundi days, was the recruiting officer that accepted the latest immigrant from Schleswig, and thereby wove for himself a crown of thorns.
For them, salmagundi cities force diverse things to rub up against each other, and in this way generate new ways of understanding nature.
Michel Foucault, Sexual Choice, Sexual Act: An Interview with Michel Foucault, 58 SALMAGUNDI 10, 21 (1982).
SALMAGUNDI CLUB :The St David's Society of the State of New York is housed at this centre for American art.