Individual Author Record
Name: Arielle GreenbergPen 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
Illinois ConnectionGreenberg is an associate professor at Columbia College Chicago. She also lives in Evanston, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationArielle 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.
- Given, Wave Books, 2002
- My Kafka Century, Action Books, 2005
- Youth Subcultures: Exploring Underground Americ, Longman, 2006
Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 0972348719 Wave Books. 2004
Much anticipated in poetry circles, this debut poetry collection by the well-known younger poet and critic rises to the occasion, at once bold and tender, experimental and clear. Jean Valentine writes: "New consciousnesses shine here in delicate, angry, ecstatic, funny, heartbroken play: the forked lightning of true poetry."
My Kafka Century
ISBN: 0976569221 Action Books. 2005 Poetry. Jewish Studies. In her second book, MY KAFKA CENTURY, Arielle Greenberg raises the gothic, European ghosts sealed under the glib facade of contemporary American culture. Trying on the sometimes hilarious, sometimes discomforting guises of Jewish folk humor, pop eroticism and kiddie epistemology, she reveals and revels in the cracks and contradictions of a bristling, brainy Babel. "Greenberg remembers that what poetry does best is produce complex meaning in the never-ending possibilities language affords"--Michael R. Allen.
Youth Subcultures: Exploring Underground America (A Longman Topics Reader)
ISBN: 0321241940 Pearson. 2006
Youth Subcultures 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 .