Monday, March 26, 2012

A Notebook on Collegiate Students

Some reflections and observations concerning my work with college students.   

2017
• October 28: A roundup of African American Male Initiatives
• September 12: Discussing comics, feminism, and online harassment
• September 9: LeRoi Jones, Amiri Baraka, and nicknames of collegiate black women
• September 2: Comic books, collegiate black women, and the Blerd Gurl
• July 16: Why collegiate black men value Adrian Matejka's Jack Johnson poems
• July 11: Writing African American college students letters about poetry and ideas

2016
• May 29: Fandom and literary studies
• May 18: Ta-Nehisi Coates's audiences of black boys and young black men

2015
• September 26: Covering Robert Hayden's "The Whipping" with young black men
• February 14: Imagining increased opportunities for African American students
• February 14: When the Poet and Rapper is One 
• January 8: Student rappers & poets in an African American Literature course

2014
• December 19: Writing about black poetry vs. writing about rap
• December 16: Studying Poetry & Rap with Collegiate Black Men in 2014
• November 2: Poetry & the politics of "black woman" metaphors 
• October 30:  More on the vulnerability of collegiate black men 
• February 14: Networks of 'consciousness' for collegiate black men 
• February 13: Collegiate Black Men and the circulation of black books   

2013
• November 1: The vulnerability of collegiate black men & a note on a Jack Johnson poem
• October 17: Style, Politics, and Inter-generational Links Among young Black Women
• September 4: All those twins & other siblings 
• April 20: The value of "our" history for African American collegiate poetry readers
• April 11: Collegiate Black Women & Specific Affirmations: The Cindy Lyles Approach 
• March 6: College students have little exposure to African American poetry 
• March 4: McGuire elevates the Expectations of Collegiate Black Men

2012
• November 7: The case for early support for black collegiate women
• October 17: 25 Poems later, who are my students now? 
• October 4: Ashley Greenlee's Summer Journeys to Texas and NYC  
• July 13: Lil sisters, homegirls & the language of affirmation 
• May 26: The Black Women Formerly Known as Poets
• March 26: Imagining Early Recruitment for Black College Students  
• March 6: Collegiate Students & Court Vision 
• February 29: Malcolm X & Collegiate Black Men
• February 27: Black Women, Hair & the Politics of History 
• February 27: Sistas Rocking Naturals at SIUE 
• February 6: The Interactive Reading Group 
• February 5: Black Collegiate Women & the Power of Spoken Word Poetry
• January 28: Going to the Movies with Black College Students 
• January 22: Working with Collegiate Black Men

2011
• December 10: Collegiate Black Men, Rap, and Poetry 
• October 31: Black Students & Access to Exclusive Science Study Groups 
• October 29: Black Women @ SIUE & Other-ground Arts Communities
• September 16: A Lesson from a Scene of Racial Instruction
• August 27: Collegiate Black Men Exchanging Ideas
• July 15: Student Participates in Enriching Summer Program in Texas, New York City
• March 3: Collegiate Black Men - Defining Problems

2010
• July 29: Summer Reading on Frederick Douglass

2009
• October 9: The Interactive Reading Group  

2008
• September 29: Launching the Interactive Reading Group  

Related:
African American Literature @ SIUE  

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