So, my African American Literacies class is coming to a close with this last post and I thought I wanted to reflect on the class as a whole, and … Continue reading
So this week’s reading was a book entitled Fashioning Lives by Eric Darnell Pritchard. In his words, the purpose of the book was to “reconsider the relationship between literacy and … Continue reading
This week I had to read three articles that, while they were about black feminism, didn’t really have any connection between them. One theme that I found interesting though, as … Continue reading
Before we get started with today’s book response, I’d like you to take the time to go through the screenshots in the slideshow below. Please excuse any and all foul … Continue reading
I’m so sorry this is so long….it was over 17 minutes so I did cut it down some lol.
Inspired by the writing style of Keith Gilyard in Voices of the Self: A Study of Language Competence, I want to share a little anecdote about myself and my experiences with … Continue reading
So over the past couple of posts, we’ve been discussing African American literacies. What literacy is in general, how the definition has changed over the past couple of years, and … Continue reading
#BlackHistoryMonth So I’m a English grad student and I’m in this class about African American Literacies. So our professor had us read this book this week called “Talkin and … Continue reading