Monthly Archives: June 2016

Learning about Contemporary Feminism(s) by Teaching Medieval Women Writers – pt I

Editor’s Note: This post, our newest The Feminists are Teaching feature, is the first in a series of three to showcase work done by junior scholars in the Integrative Humanities class taught by Dr. Meriem Pages at Keene State College, … Continue reading

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Discovering the Body, by Mary Howard

I met the lovely Mary Howard at a writing workshop in West Liberty, IA, last November, and I immediately knew I was meeting a pro. She gave impressive writing advice in the panels, shared encouragement in private chats, and just … Continue reading

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