If you focus on reviews in your summary bibliography, be sure to follow Rayven’s lead and collect a series of substantial ones. Rayven Reeves Dr. B. Collins Contemporary American Ethnic Literature November 15, 2013 SummaryContinue reading
Chandler’s recommendation would fit in both the comics and ethnic lit courses.
Jamaica’s recommendation explores the the complex racial class system in New Orleans.
Wow! Terah’s project on postmodernism and US Ethnic Lit goes above and beyond.
You all know I like maps, right. Allie knows, and she uses them to great effect in her Prezi.
I don’t know if I would be bold enough to teach Erasure to high school seniors, but if I were so bold I would probably use Alissa’s lesson plan. I might use some ofContinue reading
Sam highlights the use of comics techniques in Incognegro that disrupt notions of race and ethnicity.
Deranda’s lesson plan offers plenty of varied exercises to keep students interested. I love the joy list handout. Lesson Plan: The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part – Time Indian Day 1: Basic Information: DerandaContinue reading
Alissa’s book recommendation does a nice job asking what counts as authenticity.
Dawn’s summary bibliography discusses 5 interviews with Sherman Alexie. Clear and concise. Just what I’m looking for. Hailikadawn Little December 3, 2012 Dr. Collins ENGL 3890 Sherman Alexie Interview Bibliography Blewster, Kelly. “Tribal Visions.” ConversationsContinue reading