Hi everyone! This is yours truly, Marc Kohlman, back with the latest in my series of posts on cool courses that the Stevenson English Department is currently offering. Today I’m giving you the scoop on Gerald Majer’s ENG 281 class “Anime in Text and Film.” Dr. Majer sat down to an interview with me to share some amazing information on why his class is such a terrific learning experience....Click here to read more.
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CURRENT COURSE II:
STAGING SEX, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY
Hey everybody! Marc Kohlman here, bringing you the latest in what’s new with the Stevenson University English Department.
Last time I told you all about one of the many cool courses that are being taught this semester. Today, I’m giving you the scoop on another one that is definitely worth highlighting. This is Dr. Laura Syder’s ENG 281: Staging Sex, Gender, & Sexuality. If you are intrigued by how stereotypes about gender and sexuality affect our everyday lives, you would certainly find much to appreciate and learn from in this course....Click here to read more.
CURRENT COURSES I:
Hello everyone! Stevenson University's English department is currently offering numerous interesting courses, and I wanted to highlight a few. One course you will definitely enjoy is Dr. Kathy Brown’s ENG 282 class on “Youth Literature.” In this course, students read childhood favorites from “Winnie the Pooh” and “A Wrinkle in Time” to “Julie of the Wolves,” examining each from the perspective of young readers. I had an opportunity to talk about the course with Professor Brown, who told me “I taught this course last year and had so much fun that I wanted to do it again.” It certainly sounds like a fun way to look at stories students have grown up reading from a different perspective....Click here to read more.
Come to the English Club's Open Mic Night! Sept 17 at 8 p.m. in Ratcliffe Community Center!
Open Mic is an opportunity for Stevenson students to share their original poetry, a short piece of prose, sing, dance, play an instrument, perform a monologue, etc. or to share pieces that they have not written. Students are also welcome to simply be a part of the audience....Click here to read more.
In anticipation of Eileen Myles visit (September 29, 5 p.m. @ the Blackbox Theatre), I wanted to talk about one of her poems which I think is particularly cool, namely “An American Poem,” a sassy, playful statement of personal identity....Click here to read more.