It's been a long break here at PoetryPedagogy.com with lots to be attended to IRL. This spring, I'll be teaching two newish classes: Young Adult Literature for undergraduates, and Social History of Spoken Word Poetry as a graduate seminar. I'll post readings and course plans for each soon.
The semester got underway a week ago Wednesday, but then we had 2.5 snow/frozen roads days this week, so I've taught a total of one class meeting so far. It's a little strange, but the good news is that I'm getting my desk copies ordered for the first time in awhile!
12/12/2020 07:01:18 am
Poetry is something that I enjoy so much. Not a lot of people feel the same anymore, but it is fine. I hope that I can do something about the things that I enjoy. I am so passionate about it, I even want to work on some of my poems myself. I understand that it can be a hard place to go to, but it is what I want to do in life. I need to make this happen that is for sure.
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10/25/2022 12:56:48 am
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Thanks for visiting Poetry/Pedagogy. This site blog is where I'll post notes and thoughts about the critical pedagogies and literacies work happening in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and around the world. - Sue
What I've Read
The Cultural Politics of Slam Poetry: Race, Identity, and the Performance of Popular Verse in America