Bob Dylan received the Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday, the first American to be awarded the prize since Toni Morrison in 1993. Little is known about Dylan’s thoughts on digital innovation in journalism, but we tried anyway, because wall-to-wall election coverage means there’s nothing else of interest going on in the future-of-news game. (This...
This week's announcement that Bob Dylan was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature prompted passionate responses from working poets -- some positive and some negative: "Does a musician have any right to win the Nobel Prize in literature?" "Should...Show More Summary
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I WAS SO MUCH OLDER THEN; I’M YOUNGER THAN THAT NOW: The Left Turns on Bob Dylan for His Pro-Israel Views, Refusal to Acknowledge Nobel Prize. (Classical reference in headline.)
Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for Literature two weeks ago. You know what that means right? We've used up our One Good Thing that we're allowed to have in 2016. And you know what? It's more than worth it....
Unaccustomed to Silence: Bob Dylan (Photo: AP) During his five decades of writing and performing, Bob Dylan has mastered most forms of lyrical expression. Now it is his silence that is causing controversy. The 75-year-old has been awarded the $900,000 Nobel Prize for Literature by The Swedish Academy in recognition of ‘having [...]
When Is a Climax Not One? The Yasmeen Godder Company from Israel mingles performers and spectators. … read more AJBlog: Dancebeat Published 2016-10-24 Nobel Thoughts Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for Literature this year, and discussions ensued: why him? These discussions are understandable and mostly reasonable, and they are good discussions to have. But […]
Classic rock music lovers who think they don’t like poetry, and literary purists who think they don’t like popular music, may have been equally baffled to hear that Bob Dylan is a winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. As an unrepentant English major, I’m delighted. I can’t remember a time when Dylan’s music wasn’t […]
Unsurprisingly, when Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature last week, many critics took to their keyboards to cry about how Dylan didn’t deserve it. “Just another white male,” whined The Guardian, which has long been a parody of a real newspaper. Everyone I spoke to seemed to scratch...
Even though William Baumol didn’t win the Nobel prize this year it got me to thinking about the cost disease, as did the death last week of William Bowen, the co-author of Performing Arts – The Economic Dilemma which brought the cost disease to public attention. Show More Summary
Bob Dylan has not yet responded or reached out to the Swedish Academy regarding his Nobel Prize win. The New York Times reports that “[o]n Saturday, an academy member called Mr. Dylan ‘impolite and arrogant.’” More: “One can say that it is impolite and arrogant,” the member, Per Wastberg, a writer, told the Swedish newspaper […]
In 1998, it was discovered that the expansion of the universe is accelerating, a finding that earned three astronomers the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2011, but new research from Oxford University has prompted a rethink of that widely accepted idea. Show More Summary
Bob Dylan has been called “arrogant” and “impolite” by a Nobel academy member this week for Dylan’s failure to speak publicly about winning the 2016 Nobel Prize for literature. According to MSN, Nobel academy member Swedish writer Per Wasterburg was critical of Dylan, a coveted American singer and songwriter, for failing to return any phone... Show More Summary
Five years ago, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three astronomers for their discovery, in the late 1990s, that the universe is expanding at an accelerating pace. Their conclusions were based on analysis of Type Ia supernovae -...
Bob Dylan's failure to acknowledge his Nobel Prize in literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the body that awards it. The 75-year-old singer was named the shock winner of the prize last week. But all efforts by the Swedish Academy to contact him have failed, and he has not acknowledged the win in public. Show More Summary
Per Wastberg, a member of the Swedish Academy that bestowed the literature prize on Bob Dylan, has said his failure to respond to the honour was disrespectful. The committee don’t even know if he will attend the awards. ‘One can say that it is impolite and arrogant. He is who he is,’ Wastberg told Dagens […]
Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize for literature is something even he could not have prophesied with his pen when we were young musicians together in Greenwich Village. I was astonished at the news, overjoyed. A sense of validation swept over me. It seems we built a long-lasting platform of sorts, a fortress...
The Swedish Academy cited Dylan for 'having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition' The post Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize in literature appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Bengt Holmström has been jointly awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences with Oliver Hart “for their contributions to contract theory”. This column outlines his key contributions.