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Reading Workshop - A Weekly Class to Read & Discuss Great Young Adult Literature
Queer / LGBTQ+ Literature: Post-Stonewall Week-Long Intensive
From the early 1900s to today, queer literature has gone through significant movements. In this summer intensive learners will study post-Stonewall literature.
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From the early 1900s to today, queer literature has gone through significant changes. Have you ever wondered if queer literature in the USA had an actual history? Sure, you can find books now with all sorts of queer protagonists, but what changes did queer literature go through after the beginning of the movement started by the Stonewall Riots? In this class series learners will study post-Stonewall literature, loosely defined here as post 1969 through the end of the twentieth century. With...
In addition to being a member of, and active in, many aspects of the queer community, including activism and visibility, I also raised and homeschooled a queer child. The critical component of my MFA degree was on the history of queer protagonists in mainstream literature, a paper that was later published, and I have continued to expand on that research for further publication.
Homework will consist of assigned readings from a list provided for before each class, some of which will be online.
Notebook/paper and pencil/pen. A handout will be given each class for reference, but printing it is optional.
3 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
When discussing themes, histories, and patterns in queer literature, parents should be aware that somewhat challenging topics such as homophobia, racism, depression, and others will inevitably be discussed, as these topics are a part of many queer people’s lives, and therefore their literature. These topics will be handled sensitively, and in the context of the work and the author’s lives. Literature referenced will be from both the adult and YA cannon, but while a novel as a whole might contain sexual or violent themes, the assigned readings will not contain gratuitous sex or violence.
Val GryphinEducator / Publisher / Author / Editor / Business Owner
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Greetings! My name is Val. I’m an editor, publisher, educator, and, of course, a voracious writer and reader, particularly in the scifi, fantasy, and mainstream genres. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Johnson State, and a Master of...