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Request for Articles/References
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0605  Friday, 5 March 2004

[1]     From:   Thomas P. Cartelli <
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        Date:   Thursday, 4 Mar 2004 10:34:54 -0500
        Subj:   Re: SHK 15.0584 Request for Articles/References

[2]     From:   Maijan Ruwaili <
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        Date:   Thursday, 4 Mar 2004 11:42:51 +0300
        Subj:   Re: SHK 15.0591 Request for Articles/References


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From:           Thomas P. Cartelli <
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Date:           Thursday, 4 Mar 2004 10:34:54 -0500
Subject: 15.0584 Request for Articles/References
Comment:        Re: SHK 15.0584 Request for Articles/References

As a follow up to Stuart Hampton-Reeves's recent mailing, I append the
following note I received about 6 weeks ago from Wafa Salim, which
should (I hope) put your suspicions to rest as well as possibly arouse
further interest in the problems that beset scholars in Iraq and elsewhere.

Tom Cartelli

 >Dear Mr Tom;
 >
 >Thank you for your interest and you really improved to be
 >a good friend . First I would like to inform you that I get your email
from
 >a professor that I have sent him a letter through the internet and
 >concerning my living , simply  I am an ordinary girl living with my
father ,
 >my mother is dead and five sisters all married . Mosul is a very beautiful
 >city , the weather here is very nice and  I sure that if you have an
 >oppertunity and come here you will love this city because even the people
 >here are very educated . Regarding the US  occupation as you know that
I am
 >not a political person but every citizen and  I
 >in everywhere scorn the occupation . Concerning the subject of my thesis I
 >the fisrt one who write about this subject ,there is one who wrote about
 >"The Concept of Crime and
 >Punishment in Shakespeare"before me. you asked about the situation in
 >Iraq,It is very difficult and think it will not be amended for along time
 >and among this chaotic we try to live.Lastly sir I hope that  I give you a
 >short review about the situation here and in return
 >I am willing to know something about your life and family to be friends
 >               Thank you and Best Wishes
 >
 >WAFA SALIM

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From:           Maijan Ruwaili <
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Date:           Thursday, 4 Mar 2004 11:42:51 +0300
Subject: 15.0591 Request for Articles/References
Comment:        Re: SHK 15.0591 Request for Articles/References

I have not followed this thread carefully. I can however say that
students and universities in Iraq are in dire need for any help they can
get. The Department of English in Basra was looted under the wide gaze
of TV cameras back in March or April 2003. Looting was not limited to
that incident. All universities from Musil in the North to Basra in the
South experienced severe vandalism. In Musil the rector of the
university appealed on TV (al-Jazera Sky Channel) to the university
students to report to campus to protect what remained of their
university. Many did show up. Freedom, it seems, had no respect for
knowledge. So, help freely if you can.

Maijan

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