American Literature Association Conversations

Teaching American Literature Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Push for Social Justice

July 09, 2020 Kirk Season 1 Episode 1
American Literature Association Conversations
Teaching American Literature Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Push for Social Justice
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American Literature Association Conversations
Teaching American Literature Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Push for Social Justice
Jul 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
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ALA executive director Alfred Bendixen explores with a roundtable of faculty from diverse institutions the challenges of teaching American literature during the Coronavirus crisis and the imperative of addressing social-justice issues in the aftermath of May 2020 George Floyd murder. Speakers include Hubert Cook (Connecticut College), Kirk Curnutt (Troy University), Karen Kilcup (University of North Carolina, Greensboro), Leslie Petty (Rhodes College), Oliver Scheiding (University of Mainz), Evie Shockley (Rutgers University), and Candace Waid (University of California, Santa Barbara). 

Show Notes

ALA executive director Alfred Bendixen explores with a roundtable of faculty from diverse institutions the challenges of teaching American literature during the Coronavirus crisis and the imperative of addressing social-justice issues in the aftermath of May 2020 George Floyd murder. Speakers include Hubert Cook (Connecticut College), Kirk Curnutt (Troy University), Karen Kilcup (University of North Carolina, Greensboro), Leslie Petty (Rhodes College), Oliver Scheiding (University of Mainz), Evie Shockley (Rutgers University), and Candace Waid (University of California, Santa Barbara).