Speaking on Their Own Terms: Trans Women and Representation - Timothy Lyle

Timothy Lyle Initially, I had planned to compose a blog post structured by hashtags and infused with tweet-able moments about how and why I use social media in the literature classroom. But after careful consideration of recent current events, I have changed my mind—an often frustrating decision that is indicative of a life-long penchant for

Words I Loathe (part 1) - Aaron Rosenfeld

Aaron Rosenfeld As my students know, I loathe the word “relatable.” They know because I always tell them, usually early in the semester, and there is always a casualty (and to those unfortunates, I offer an overdue apology, along with my unstinting gratitude for supplying me with my teaching moment). I had not even heard