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Why I Love What I Teach

"Why I Love What I Teach" is a series of videos in which English professors talk about their courses.

Fall 2021

Shonni Enelow and Daniel Alexander Jones (Theatre)
Adrienne Kennedy: Text & Performance

Shonni Enelow and Daniel Alexander Jones (Theatre) talk about "Adrienne Kennedy: Text & Performance," an Interdisciplinary Capstone Core course that fulfills the Race and Social Justice Requirement.

Anne Hoffman
Incarceration: History, Literature, Film

Anne Hoffman talks about "Incarceration: History, Literature, Film," an Eloquentia Perfecta 4 / Values seminar.

Caitlin Cawley
(Re)Writing History: American History in Film and Literature

Caitlin Cawley talks about "(Re)Writing History: American History in Film and Literature," a section of Texts & Contexts.

Elizabeth Stone
Writing for Publication

Elizabeth Stone talks about "Writing for Publication," a Creative Writing course.

Diane Detorunay
Gender and Sexuality in Postcolonial Literature

Diane Detorunay talks about "Gender and Sexuality in Postcolonial Literature," a section of Texts and Contexts that fulfills the Global Studies requirement.

Vivian Papp
Science Fiction and Fictional Science

Vivian Papp talks about "Science Fiction and Fictional Science," an elective that fulfills the Advanced Literature Core and Historical Distribution requirements.

Mary Bly
Shakespeare and Popular Culture

Mary Bly talks about "Shakespeare and Popular Culture," an elective that fulfills the Advanced Literature Core and Historical Distribution requirements.

Aaron Pinnix
Interspecies Friendship

Aaron Pinnix talks about "Interspecies Friendship," an elective that fulfills the Advanced Literature Core requirement.

Sasha Panaram
Treasure(d) Maps, Black Women, and Southern Literature

Sasha Panaram talks about “Treasure(d) Maps, Black Women, and Southern Literature,” a section of Texts and Contexts that fulfills the Pluralism requirement.

Shonni Enelow
The Fashion System

Shonni Enelow talks about "The Fashion System," a section of Texts & Contexts.

Anne Hoffman
Tasting the City

Anne Hoffman talks about "Tasting the City," a section of Texts & Contexts.

Spring 2021

Julie Kim
Nature and Literature

Julie Kim talks about "Nature and Literature," a section of Texts & Contexts.

Aaron Pinnix
Briny Exchanges: Literature, Commerce, and the Sea

Aaron Pinnix talks about "Briny Exchanges: Literature, Commerce, and the Sea," a section of Texts & Contexts.

Vlasta Vranjes
About Women, By Women

Vlasta Vranjes talks about “About Women, By Women,” a section of Texts and Contexts.

Alessandro King
Gotham Drama

Alessandro King talks about "Gotham Drama,” a section of Texts and Contexts.

Peter Krause
Me, Myself, and I

Peter Krause talks about "Me, Myself, and I,” a section of Texts and Contexts.

Andrew Albin
Medieval English Blackness?

Andrew Albin talks about "Medieval English Blackness?," an elective that fulfills the Advanced Literature Core, Historical Distribution, and Race and Social Justice requirements.

Danielle Sottosanti
Oddity and Creativity

Danielle Sottosanti talks about "Oddity and Creativity," an elective that fulfills the Eloquentia Perfecta 3 requirement.

Diane Detournay
Empire and Sexuality

Diane Detournay talks about "Empire and Sexuality," an Advanced Literature Core class that also fulfills the Global Studies requirement.

Vivian Papp
Satire and Society

Vivian Papp talks about "Satire and Society," an Advanced Literature Core class that also fulfills the Historical Distribution requirement.

Anne Fernald
Transatlantic Modern Women

Anne Fernald talks about "Transatlantic Modern Women," an Advanced Literature Core class.

Jordan Stein
Anti-Racist Methods

Jordan Stein talks about "Anti-Racist Methods," a departmental seminar.

Julie Fifelski 
American Short Stories

Julie Fifelski talks about "American Short Stories" an FCLC section of Texts & Contexts.

Sean Spillane
Outlaws and Outcasts

Sean Spillane talks about "Outlaws and Outcasts" an FCRH section of Texts & Contexts.