Category Archives: feminist texts

Fall Reading Roundup

It’s that time of year: the new semester is upon us. Here are some books to add to your syllabi, that stack on your nightstand, or recommend to friends. Feminism, Culture, and How to Live in the World Memoir and … Continue reading

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

Editor’s Note: This post is the third and final in The Feminists are Teaching feature showcasing work done by junior scholars in the Integrative Humanities class taught by Dr. Meriem Pages at Keene State College, Introduction to Thinking and Writing … Continue reading

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

Editor’s Note: This post is second in a new The Feminists are Teaching feature showcasing work done by junior scholars in the Integrative Humanities class taught by Dr. Meriem Pages at Keene State College, Introduction to Thinking and Writing 101: … Continue reading

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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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Shaping the World: An Interview with Toi Derricotte

Toi Derricotte is the author of The Undertaker’s Daughter and four earlier collections of poetry, including Tender, winner of the 1998 Paterson Poetry Prize. Her literary memoir, The Black Notebooks, received the 1998 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Non-Fiction and was … Continue reading

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