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Nancy Ann Watanabe

Nancy Ann Watanabe
University of Oklahoma-Norman · Comparative Studies in Literature Film and Science

BA-English Literature BA-French Literature MA-Ph.D.-Comparative Literature. Professor of Comparative Literature Film Science-Certified in Teaching Professional & Technical Writing. Author/Scholar: QRFV-T&F-LHJ-IA-EBSCO-CRC-Routledge
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Introduction
Not a member of any Lab. RG member since January 2019, I am a generalist working in humanities, sciences & social sciences to increase visibility of humanities and promote awareness of advancements in scientific knowledge.
Additional affiliations
April 2022 - present
University of Oklahoma
Position
  • Pacific Rim Research Professor of Literature
August 2020 - August 2020
Boise State University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • COURSES TAUGHT/ British Literature to 1790/ Western World Literature (Homer and the Bible to Dante)/ Western World Literature (Shakespeare to Camus, Hesse, and Solzhenitsyn)/ Comparative Studies in East-West Literature/ MANAGERIAL POSITIONS/ Chair, Faculty Promotion and Tenure Committee/ Member, Curriculum Committee
August 2020 - August 2020
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Courses Taught: Professional and Technical Writing for Engineering Majors, Advanced Exposition for Sciences, Social Sciences, Business and Education Majors, Seminar in American Literature from the Colonial Period to 1865 Administrative Position: Administrative Director of the University Writing Program
Education
March 2022 - March 2022
University of Washington Seattle
Field of study
  • English Literature
August 2020 - August 2020
Universite de Nice
Field of study
  • La litterature francaise
August 2020 - August 2020
Indiana University Bloomington
Field of study
  • French and Comparative Literature

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Abstract Water Symbolism in George Sand’s Histoire de ma vie and Marianne: Catholic Narratology of Atonement Nancy Ann Watanabe This theoretically informed critical interpretation challenges recent studies of George Sand that support her reputation as a romantic defying French society and traditional Catholicism. In light of her Catholic upbringing...
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Anna Lee Waldo's coming-of-age epic novel Sacajawea portrays the rise of a young Native American woman whose natural intelligence, physical prowess, ethical integrity, sense of moral responsibility, and high-spirited actions enable her to achieve status as a symbol of peace. Honored by the U.S. government as a national icon, Sacajawea (Mrs. Jean-Ba...
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Social scientists in Black higher education show that racial bias obstructs academic productivity of African Americans in criminology and criminal justice (Carmen and Bing, 2000) and White males experience significantly more positive outcomes than women and racial minorities (Bing, Heard and Gilbert, 2005). Despite rising numbers of minority facult...
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Symbolism, Modernism, and Science Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) is an avant-garde Modernist writer because she radically modified the realist novel of consciousness written with sophisticated, stylized elegance by Henry James 1 (1843-1916) and tasteful neatness by Dorothy Richardson (1873-1957) by inventing the stream-of-consciousness technique, which...
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In response to an invitation from the editor of the academic journal _Genetics & Applilcation_ I am proposing to write an article entitled "Genetic Engineering in Life (Mind-Body) and Literature (Theme-Text)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe. As indicated in the attached file, this interdisciplinary intertextual study analyzes the texts of _The Tragedy of Ki...
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This file contains (1) Research Proposal: "Science Disguised As Fiction: Dark Matter in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure-Man Dies (1932)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe; (2) Email of submission; and (3) Email of Acceptance from the Co-Editors of the academic publication _Mean Streets: A Journal of American Crime and Detective Fiction_.
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"Intertextual Relativity in Virginia Woolf's _Mrs. Dalloway_ and T.S. Eliot's 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,'" by Nancy Ann Watanabe, is the unrevised "rough draft" invited on the basis of a preliminary paper proposal on February 16, 2022, selected for development by Professors Drs. Laura Nicosia and James F. Nicosia with a view to publicati...
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ResearchGate Milestone Certificates - Way to go, Nancy! (File #42) 2021-2022 Academic Year
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"Physics in John Donne's 'Song: Catch a Falling Star," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, is an extension of "Toward a Quantum Theory of Cognitive Affect from Poe to Robotic Helpers: Newton, Arousal, and Covalent Bonding," by Nancy Ann Watanabe. My research proposal is for a new paper which analyzes relativity and indeterminacy in conjugate pairs in Donne's re...
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A preliminary analysis was conducted to determine if a work of imaginative literary fiction creatively destroys the traditional boundaries between the novel and science, resulting in the possibility of observers to obtain knowledge and understanding of a contemporary crisis of global magnitude which subverts the prevailing value system.
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A preliminary analysis was conducted to determine if a work of imaginative literary fiction creatively destroys the traditional boundaries between the novel and science, resulting in the possibility of observers to obtain knowledge and understanding of a contemporary crisis of global magnitude which subverts the prevailing value system.
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A preliminary analysis was conducted to determine if a work of imaginative literary fiction creatively destroys the traditional boundaries between the novel and science, resulting in the possibility of observers to obtain knowledge and understanding of a contemporary crisis of global magnitude which subverts the prevailing value system.
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A preliminary analysis was conducted to determine if a work of imaginative literary fiction creatively destroys the traditional boundaries between the novel and science, resulting in the possibility of observers to obtain knowledge and understanding of a contemporary crisis of global magnitude which subverts the prevailing value system.
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A preliminary analysis was conducted to determine if a work of imaginative literary fiction creatively destroys the traditional boundaries between the novel and science, resulting in the possibility of observers to obtain knowledge and understanding of a contemporary crisis of global magnitude which subverts the prevailing value system.
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This is a rough draft for an original journal article in which I am incorporating my theoretical interpretation of a major motion picture which I happened to view yesterday on television, titled DEAD RINGER, starring Bette Davis playing identical twin sisters, one a petit-bourgeois, the other exorbitantly wealthy. My article will prove that Latin A...
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Abstract: "Marxist-Leninist Anti-Capitalist Success: Muted Violence in Augustin Yanez's Edge of the Storm, Juan Rulfo's Pedro Paramo, and Sergio Galindo's Precipice," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, Chapter Ten in the Routledge Handbook of Violence in Latin American Literature, edited by Pablo A. Baisotti, New York: Routledge, 2022, pages 177-189: This chap...
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This file contains the Front Matter for my single author research monograph manuscript titled "Derek Walcott As Postcolonial Storyteller: Afro Caribbean and Anglo American History Orientalized," by Nancy Ann Watanabe.
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"Science Disguised As Fiction: Dark Matter in Rudolph Fisher's _The Conjure Man Dies_ (1932)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, is the proposed working title for a proposal and an envisaged submission for publication in the new peer-reviewed academic journal _Mean Streets: A Journal of American Crime and Detective Fiction_, (publisher: Pace University Press,...
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ResearchGate Blue Certificate of Achievement in recognition of 5 recommendations for Answer to RG discussion thread questions on Answer: In addition to answers on Newton's gravitational laws of inertial motion in the cosmos of the solar system and Einstein's relativity theory and photoelectric effect, these are samples of my answers on (1) the supp...
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My aim in "_Mrs. Dalloway_ As Intertext: Einstein's Relativity, Woolf's Clarissa, and Eliot's Love Song," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, is to provide high school and college students, as well as researchers interested in learning about an experimental stream of consciousness novel at the vanguard of the modernist movement in literature, music, and the art...
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This is the first draft and scientific research data from which I will extract a Proposal for a paper tentatively titled "Intertextuality in _Mrs. Dalloway_: Albert Einstein's Relativity, Virginia Woolf's Clarissa, and T.S. Eliot' Prufrock," by Nancy Ann Watanabe.
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Abstract: Dr. Nancy Ann Watanabe, in “Strangers on a Train: Alfred Hitchcock’s Scientific Portrayal of Capitalist Society” delineates cinematographic and narratological attributes in the film’s text and subtext that are not in the source novel, to demonstrate that Hitchcock is an auteur. His heterogenous approach to the Sophoclean Oedipus family t...
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This file contains the penultimate version of my double-blind anonymously peer reviewed research paper which has successfully emerged after a doubly rigorous process. The final step is yet to be completed, which is typically the Production Editor sending to me the page proofs for my approval. Also attached herewith is a brief page of galley proof c...
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This is an addendum to the galley proof for "Strangers on a Train: Hitchcock's Scientific Portrayal of Capitalist Society," by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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"Strangers on a Train: Alfred Hitchcock's Scientific Portrayal of Capitalist Society," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, analyzes the text to demonstrate incorporation of Isaac Newton's laws of inertial motion, Charles Darwin's predator-prey paradigm, Sigmund Freud's Oedipus Complex, Albert Einstein's photoelectric effect-relativity model, Thorsten Veblen's t...
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The proposed volume, Sea Change: Representations of Transformation in the Caribbean and Mediterranean, considers notable transformations in the context of the Caribbean and Mediterranean Seas in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. These regions have witnessed centuries of migration, trade, and cultural contact, often accompanied by human conf...
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Abstract / Darwin’s Influence on Montgomery Critical analysis of Anne of Green Gables and The Blue Castle provides evidence that L.M. Montgomery harnesses her knowledge and understanding of scientific theory, in particular Isaac Newton’s laws of inertial motion, which is the basis for Albert Einstein’s relativity theory. In a letter dated 29 Septem...
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This is a list of my corrections on the Elsevier galley proof, which is remarkably clean.
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s0010 1 Argument and comparative methodology p0010 This chapter hypothesizes homogeneous parameters, including geographic, demographic, interpersonal, and behavioral considerations, using a theoretical framework accommodated by a specially designed approach. My hybridized comparative methodology incorporates factual data to highlight the interface...
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This is a new submission to a peer-reviewed journal, although it is very similar to an earlier version, which was more like an essay. This manuscript submission contains more Notes and References. I rewrote some long sentences, dividing them into two shorter sentences. I really do not know how to categorize it in accordance with the ResearchGate ru...
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"K.'s Quest for Happiness: Darwinian Adaptation in Kafka's_The Trial_," by Nancy Ann Watanabe shows that humans are subjected to the same Darwinian laws of motion as are nonhuman animal species. Publication of this journal article is pending final approval in the next couple of weeks.
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This article hypothesizes that Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train is successful because it has a scientific scaffold. In The Films of Alfred Hitchcock, David Sterritt observes that the legendary Hitchcock is "among the few directors to combine a strong reputation for high-art filmmaking-even his detractors grant the consistency and technical i...
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"Josef K.'s Quest for Happiness: Darwinian Adaptation in Franz Kafka's _The Trial_," by Nancy Ann Watanabe + Contributor Biography is the revised article for "Kafka's Happiness," which was the First Draft posted on ResearchGate. Pending approval by the Editorial Board at _The Lincoln Humanities Journal_, this article has successfully passed initial...
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"Josef K.'s Quest for Happiness: Darwinian Adaptation in Franz Kafka's _The Trial_," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, presents a new and original interpretation of the Kafkan persona K.'s quest for happiness with reference to Charles Darwin's theory of adaptation. This is the first time I have participated in a dialogue with a peer reviewer appointed by an a...
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"True Love: Particle-Wave Imagery in Tay Garnett's _The Postman Always Rings Twice_," by Nancy Ann Watanabe - Data gathered on November 28, 2021: Seven typed, single-spaced, 12-Point pages transcribed from 16 pages of handwritten viewing notes during televised broadcast. Preliminary results: I changed the title by replacing the word "Theory" to "Im...
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"Superman's Archetypal Female Counterpart in George Stevens' _Annie Oakley_ (1935)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, argues that the portrayal of Annie Oakley in Stevens' 1935 feature film is a harbinger of the Post-Nietzschean Clark Kent / Superman dichotomy popularized in the comic books and in several television serials in the fifties. This proposed chap...
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This is a 750-word proposal to research and write a chapter for a volume of essays co-edited by faculty holders of the Ph.D. My interdisciplinary method is to analyze an American epic Western in terms of Isaac Newton's first law of inertial motion and Hermann Minkowski's light cones, which resemble an hour glass. Paradoxically, the four male protag...
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"Alfred Hitchcock's Multifaceted Portrayal of Capitalist Society in _Strangers on a Train_," by Nancy Ann Watanabe (Double-Blind Peer-Reviewed Journal Article Work-in-Progress) "In _The Films of Alfred Hitchcock_, David Sterritt observes that the legendary "Hitchcock is among the few directors to combine a strong reputation for high-art filmmaking-...
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In _The Films of Alfred Hitchcock_, David Sterritt observes that the legendary "Hitchcock is among the few directors to combine a strong reputation for high-art filmmaking--even his detractors grant the consistency and technical ingenuity of his work--with enormous mass-audience popularity.. .. The culminating fact of Hitchcock's universe [is] the...
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Happiness acquires multidimensional resonance in The Trial (1925), which Franz Kafka (1883-1924) wrote on the eve of the First World War (1914-1918). In the course of the novel, K. is forced to adapt his mindset in order to accommodate his sense of a desire to renounce the status quo. He has been happy to promote his career advancement as the singl...
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Darwin’s Influence on Lucy Maud Montgomery of Prince Edward Island Critical analysis of Anne of Green Gables and The Blue Castle provides evidence that L.M. Montgomery harnesses her knowledge and understanding of scientific theory, in particular Charles Darwin’s theory of adaptation, in depicting ways that human society inflicts unfair discriminato...
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This update is a corrected manuscript on Sacajawea: Native American Matriarchal Task Force Leader, by Nancy Ann Watanabe (see Reference section)
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_The Postman Always Rings Twice_ was directed by Tay Garnett, who studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He directed 50 films, including a film adaptation of Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (1949). The Postman Always Rings Twice is quintessentially an American film because it uses Einstein's particle-wave pho...
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Walcott the Trickster: Caribbean and American Power Plays, by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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A Chinese tale titled "The Lady Who Was a Beggar," which was written by an unknown author of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), which followed the Tang Dynasty (618-905) and preceded the Ching Dynasty (1644-1912), teaches a moral lesson that is still relevant today. The parable teaches the fallacy of relying on material values and emphasizes the importa...
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This is an Introduction in which my recently discovered new research marks a breakthrough in this project. My inclusion of a new frame of reference, which recently materialized as a result of my participation on a ResearchGate discussion thread question regarding Historicism and New Historicism, in the work of Dr. Jonathan Culler, who is a RG membe...
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Nancy Ann Watanabe uses Clifford Geertz’s social action theory and Talal Asad’s political secularism as a double-pronged theoretical frame of reference in “Sacajawea: America’s Native American Matriarch” to suggest that Sacajawea is a Native American counterpart to Anglo American patriarchs, including George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln. Sacaj...
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In “Sacajawea Being America’s Matriarch: Geertz’s Social Action Theory and Asad’s Political Secularism,” Nancy Ann Watanabe argues that _Sacajawea_ (1984), by Anna Lee Waldo, portrays Sacajawea as an archetypal Native American matriarchal leader whose actions epitomize anthropologist Clifford Geertz’s theory that human actions carry social signific...
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Bibliographical Publication Announcement - “Measuring Social Change (E=mc2): Kafka’s Working Women, Camus’ Rats, and Heller’s Metallic Women,” By Nancy Ann Watanabe is published on PAGES 156 TO 176 In CRITICAL INSIGHTS: CATCH-22 A Collection of Essays Edited by Laura Nicosia and James Nicosia Publisher: Salem Press/Grey House Publishing, Amenia, Ne...
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Researchgate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Preprint: A Critical Evaluation of the Reception of L. M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables in Japan, by Nancy Ann Watanabe, reached 300 reads. Achieved on October 16, 2021.
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This interdisciplinary study prepares the way for conventional scientific articles that specify how artificial intelligence (AI) may improve utilization of heavy vehicles in the civilian sector with specific reference to mobile trailer homes. The aim is to shed new light on some of the challenges involved in owning and operating a connected heavy v...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate. Well done, Nancy! Your preprint reached 40 recommendations. Achieved on October 10, 2021. Preprint: Chapter 4 Toward a Quantum Theory of Cognitive Affect From Poe to Robotic Helpers: Newton, Arousal, and Covalent Bonding
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Congrats, Nancy! Your data reached 10 recommendations. Achieved on September 30, 2021: Data: Researchgate Great Job, Nancy! 26
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Good Job, Nancy! Your chapter reached 900 reads. Achieved on September 26, 2021. Chapter: "Moral Resonance and the Anxiety of Relativity in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird," by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Well Done, Nancy! Your chapter reached 50 reads. Achieved on September 24, 2021. Chapter: Measuring Social Change (E=mc 2 ): Kafka's Working Women (The Trial), Camus's Rats (The Plague), and Heller's Metallic Women (Catch-22), by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Well Done, Nancy! Your chapter reached 50 reads. Achieved on September 24, 2021. Chapter: Measuring Social Change (E=mc 2 ): Kafka's Working Women (The Trial), Camus's Rats (The Plague), and Heller's Metallic Women (Catch-22), by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate - Good Job, Nancy! 32 - Your Preprint: Entanglement and Leverage in John Sturges's Jeopardy: America's Quests for Redemption, by Nancy Ann Watanabe, reached 50 recommendations. Achieved on September 17, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Great Job, Nancy! Your answer reached 5 recommendations. Achieved on September 21, 2021. Answer to: Can you tell us your ResearchGate percentages?
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Great Job, Nancy! Your answer reached 5 recommendations. Achieved on September 21, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Nice work, Nancy! Your poster reached 30 recommendations - Poster: Congrats, Nancy! Your chapter reached 2,500 reads: : "R.K. Narayan's Historic Slice of Life: Theological Hybridity and East-West Logistics in THE VENDOR OF SWEETS," By Nancy Ann Watanabe Achieved on June 29, 2021 https://www.researchgate.net/pr...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Great Job, Nancy! Your Method: Alfred Hitchock's Strangers on a Train: Newton (F = ma), Darwin, and Einstein (E = mc 2 ), by Nancy Ann Watanabe, reached 40 recommendations! Achieved on September 15, 2021!
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Nice work, Nancy! Your Preprint: Albert Camus and Social Class: "The Silent Men," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, reached 900 reads! Achieved on September 13, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate - Great Work, Nancy! For 5 Recommendations of Answer to RG Question re: Achievements for the Previous Week (documentation included).
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Great work, Nancy! Your chapter reached 200 reads Achieved on September 7, 2021 Chapter: “A Scientific Approach to WB Yeats's The Cat and the Moon,” by Nancy Ann Watanabe.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: Great Job, Nancy! Your Research Items reached 110,000 Reads! Achieved on September 5, 2021!
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Researchgate Blue Ribbon Certification - Poster: Congratulations, Nancy! Your Poster 24 Great Work, Nancy! for Your Chapter: Zora Neale Hurston's Christianity-Vodun Juxtaposition: Theological Pluralism in Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Nancy Ann Watanabe reached 20 reads. Achieved August 29, 2021.
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ReseearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate - 20 recommendations for Method: Alfred Hitchock's Strangers on a Train: Newton (F = ma), Darwin, and Einstein (E = mc 2 ), by Nancy Ann Watanabe. Achieved on August 27, 2021.
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This is the first draft containing 4525 words of my planned 8000-word submission tentatively titled "L.M. Montgomery's Darwinian Diagnosis: Prejudice and Mental Illness in _Anne of Green Gables_ and _The Blue Castle_," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, for a special issue of the _Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies_, which has an extended deadline of 1 Septemb...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate - 30 recommendation reached by Data: Researchgate Well Done, Nancy 31 - Chapter: "R.K. Narayan's Ultimate Realism: India's Spiritual Rebirth in THE ENGLISH TEACHER" by Nancy Ann Watanabe. Achieved on August 20, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate - Congrats for preprint Franz Kafka's Happiness by Nancy Ann Watanabe reached 50 reads. Achieved August 16, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for Your answer reached 20 reads Achieved on August 15, 2021 Preprint: Heller's Catch-22 Abstract-NAW " . . . .by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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This is a new paper which I am writing in response to a Call-for-Papers transmitted to me as a member of the Modern Language Association of America. I plan to submit the completed manuscript via email to Professor Dr. Abbes Maazaoui at Lincoln University, who is the editor-in-chief of The Lincoln Humanities Journal, by the announced extended deadli...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for 20 recommendations reached by Answer: Achieved on August 7, 2021 Answer: 📷 Well done, Nancy! Your data reached 20 recommendations Data: Way to go, Nancy! Your answer reached 5 recommendations - Answer: Mohaned Abd Alrahman , I hope that the translation meets with your approval. Mohaned Abd Alrahman added an...
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An ingenious reversal of text and subtext in Strangers on a Train (1951), produced and directed by legendary British film-maker Alfred Hitchcock (b. August 13,1899, London, England; d. April 29, 1980, Bel Air, California) puts subjective psychological elements of personality and character on the visible surface while relegating the plot intrigue to...
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I submitted a proposal to a leading university press to publish this manuscript as a chapter in the first book-length study of 1992 Nobel Poet Laureate Derek Alton Walcott's major plays.
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This is the cover page which I proposed to a leading university press for my book manuscript on "Derek Walcott's Major Plays: Pan-American and East-West Influences," by Nancy Ann Watanabe
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate announcing 20 recommendations of Data RESEARCH PROPOSAL TO SPECIALISTS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTICS TECHNOLOGY" by Nancy Ann Watanabe, achieved on August 1, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate_20 recommendations reached by Chapter: Chapter: "Darwinian Ideas and Marxian Idealism in Austen, Twain, Yeats, Camus, and Ishiguro," by Nancy Ann Watanabe. Achieved on August 1, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for 20 reads reached by Chapter: "Darwinian Ideas and Marxian Idealism in Austen, Twain, Yeats, Camus, and Ishiguro," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, in the Routledge Companion to Literature and Class, achieved on July 22, 2021
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ResearchGate BlueRibbon Certificates (2) Congratulations for 100 reads (July 3, 2021) and 20 recommendations (July 20, 2021) reached by Chapter: "Toward a quantum theory of cognitive affect from Poe to robotic helpers: Newton, arousal, and covalent bonding," by Nancy Ann Watanabe. On pages 97-148 in _Artificial Intelligence and Computing Logic: Cog...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for 10 Recommendations achieved on July 13, 2021 for the ResearchGate Private File Preprint 00Watanabefm.docx
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for 250 Recommendations reached for your Preprint: "Water Symbolism in George Sand's Histoire de ma vie and Marianne: Catholic Narratology of Atonement," by Nancy Ann Watanabe. Achieved on July 12, 2021!
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Researchgate Blue Ribbon Certificate of 5 recommendations for Answer: @Fatima Boukhlifi, I hope that my English translation meets with your approval! Fatima Bohkhlifi added a reply to this ResearchGate discussion thread question on June 6, 2021, as follows: "Ajouter des publications de forte impacte et score rg augmente." My translation from French...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate achieved July 10, 2021, for Data: Great work, Nancy! - 20 recommendations reached by Poster: Researchgate Congratulations! 20 - Research proposal: RESEARCH PROPOSAL TO SPECIALISTS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTICS TECHNOLOGY
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for 20 reads reached by Poster: Researchgate Congratulations! 20 - Research proposal: RESEARCH PROPOSAL TO SPECIALISTS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTICS TECHNOLOGY. Achieved on July 7, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate for 5 recommendations reached for Data: Researchgate Great Work, Nancy! 27: Data: Way to go, Nancy! Your preprint reached 200 reads - Preprint: "Water Symbolism in George Sand's Histoire de ma vie and Marianne: Catholic Narratology of Atonement," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, Achieved on June 25, 2021.
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate: 5 recommendations reached for Answer: Answer: Mohaned Abd Alrahman , I hope that the translation meets with your approval. Mohaned Abd Alrahman added an answer to this ResearchGate discussion thread question on February 27, 2021, as follows: "كلا بسبب ان اللقاحات محجوزة للسادة المسؤولين والقيادات العليا في الدو...
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ResearchGate Blue Ribbon Certificate of 100 reads reached by Chapter: Toward a Quantum Theory of Cognitive Affect from Poe to Robotic Helpers-Newton, Arousal, and Covalent Bonding-Nancy Ann Watanabe in Artificial Intelligence and Computing Logic, CRC Press. ISBN 978-1-77463-011-2

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