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May 17, 2019

Why You Really, Absolutely Shouldn't Change the English Curriculum

We study literature in order to help our students, the future generations, develop their values and morals and better understand the world.

April 16, 2019

The Power of Words: On "Classics" and "Canon"

This work must be led by those who have been historically oppressed, and if I want to support them, that means I must work to explore their writing and show my students just how powerful those voices are.

February 18, 2019

Unheard Voices: Recentering Discussions in the Classroom

There are some meaningful and important ways we can recenter power in our students' critical thinking.

July 18, 2018

Hold Your Tension: Gender, Sexuality, and Comedy in the #NanetteSyllabus

'Nanette' powerfully weaves humor, art history (!), comedy theory, gender, sexuality, and the power of storytelling together. How do we use it in the classroom?

June 30, 2016

Burn Bright: For My LGBTQ Students (And The Rest of Them, Too)

Please don't live in a place of cynicism and melancholy for too long. Take the time to heal, and know that places exist that love and accept and know how special you are. And if you feel like they don't, you are filled with an infinite capacity to love enough to create those spaces.

November 18, 2015

True Love Always Wins: Why "Gay" Shouldn't Be an Insult

We can't treat someone differently for being in love. We shouldn't make fun of anyone for being attracted to anyone.

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