Map: Traces stages of development (baby – > child – > teen – > woman) Legend: Uses quotes from the story “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid as evidence for the conclusions drawn on the map. Essay: Perpetuation of Internalized Sexism in “Girl” Jamaica … [Read more...] about Story Map for “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid
Representation of minority identities in media and fiction is one way the progress of tolerance and acceptance is reached. Such is the case with Hirby Taylor Mac, a play about Max, who is transgender and uses the pronoun “hir” and how hir family attempts to understand hir … [Read more...] about Trans Identity and Acceptance in Hir by Taylor Mac
In theater, casting is often very intentional. In Caryl Churchill’s 1978 play Cloud Nine, casting in integral to the themes of gender identity and expression of sexuality at the core of the play. The casting is very specific, and thoroughly thought through, with the choices … [Read more...] about Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill Essay: Where is Tommy?
Fences by August Wilson premiered in 1985. The play was adapted into a movie in 2016, with Denzel Washington and Viola Davis reprising their roles, of Troy and Rose respectively, from the 2010 revival of the play on Broadway. The movie adaptation highlights the way Troy is a … [Read more...] about Fences by August Wilson Movie Adaptation Critique
Why are we still writing about the apocalypse? - Main question of the class.The Apocalypse Today“In the Lord’s Hands’: America’s Apocalyptic Mindset”Religious to secular shiftPolitics / Environment / Zombies / AliensComment on interesting passagesDiscussion papers are informal - … [Read more...] about The Apocalypse Notes