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What I am teaching this semester: Women and Violence in Contemporary Literature and Texts

I am often asked “What are you teaching this semester?” I love that question.  I try to check my geek nature at the door and only offer a few sentences in response.  My friend Jason’s recent blog post about what he is teaching inspired me to consider doing the same. I first had the idea […]

Weekly Digest: February 14: Sadness and Hope Edition

This week brought the awful news of the shooting deaths of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha, and Razan Abu-Salha by a neighbor supposedly over a parking space.  Somehow there is some debate as to whether or not this is a hate crime.  I want you to imagine for a moment the coverage if a Muslim man […]

Advice For Conference Presenters, in which we discuss how to be a good academic citizen

Seven of my students will be presenting at conferences in the Lehigh Valley in the next month: two at the LVAIC Women’s Studies Conference, five at Lehigh University’s Literature and Social Justice Graduate Conference.  I am proud of the work they have done going through the submission and revision process, but I can tell they are […]

Weekly Digest (and musings): February 7

This week I got to go on a few field trips.  On Tuesday, I saw Nicholas Kristof and Cheryl WuDunn speak in a giant auditorium at Lehigh University to hundreds of people.  On Wednesday, I saw Walter Naegle speak in the small “Big Room” at United Friends School to fifty people.  The latter was a much better […]

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