Saturday, September 27, 2014
The engaging reading practices of Tisha Brooks
When my colleague Tisha Brooks reads a book, she really reads a book. For her, reading involves thinking, analyzing, underlining key passages, writing in the margins, placing colored tabs, including notes on Post-its, and then repeating those processes again and again and again. I borrowed her Norton Anthology of African American Literature when I saw her in the hallway this week and took a few shots.
• Tisha Brooks’s upcoming (Spring 2015) Af-Am Lit. courses
• Elizabeth Cali’s upcoming (Spring 2015) Af-Am Lit courses
• Howard Rambsy's upcoming (Spring 2015) Af-Am Lit. course
• Book History