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Ileana Marin (Comparative History of Ideas; Comparative Literature)


Marin, Ileana (Comparative History of Ideas; Comparative Literature)

Ileana Marin (Comparative History of Ideas; Comparative Literature)
Phone: 206 604-1831
Email: marini@uw.edu
Website: https://chid.washington.edu/people/ileana-marin

Ileana Marin teaches interdisciplinary courses at the University of Washington, Seattle, and at the Center of Excellence in Image Studies of the University of Bucharest. She has published books on tragic myths, Pre-Raphaelite artists, and on Victorian aesthetics of erasure in fiction and illustration. Several of her conference papers on the de-humanizing power of art, the artistic legacy of communism, and the materiality of texts have been selected for publication in prestigious journals and collective volumes. Increasingly interested in multimediality, she has focused on artists’ books, E-Literature, and digital arts. She is co-founder, and currently the President of the Seattle non-profit American Romanian Cultural Society. 

Instructor's Honors Course History

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Course Title
Yr
Qtr
SLN
Details
HONORS 345 A How to Read E-Literature 2023 1 15671 View »
HONORS 398 A Experiencing Music 2020 1 15392 View »
HONORS 398 A Experiencing Music 2019 1 15360 View »
HONORS 398 A Experiencing Music: Symphonic and Chamber Music in Seattle 2018 1 15440 View »
HONORS 398 A Experiencing Music: Symphonic and Chamber Music in Seattle 2017 1 22242 View »
HONORS 398 B Discovering European Cultures through Seattle Film Festivals 2017 4 16076 View »
HONORS 398 A Experiencing Music: Symphonic and Chamber Music in Seattle 2016 1 15182 View »
Honors 398 A Experiencing Music 2015 1 15079 View »
Honors 398 A Experiencing Music 2014 1 20872 View »
Honors 212 C From Manuscript to Kindle 2013 2 14565 View »
Honors 398 A Experiencing Music: The Seattle Symphony 2013 1 14747 View »
Honors 241 A Artists, Citizens, and Censors: The Trouble With Art in Fascist and Communist Societies 2012 1 14357 View »

 

 

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