Writing from the Diaspora: Contemporary Women's Literature



Writing from the Diaspora: Contemporary Women's Literature


Fall, 2015




The goal of this project is to facilitate deep engagement with the literature, and to enable students to participate in varied, open-ended, cooperative and individual work. The focus on blended learning work allows students to draw relationships between the literary and historical evidence and data gathered through archival testimonial sources. Using these resources in conjunction with selected online tools, students will learn how to present and visualize interactive data taken directly from the literary sources - Michelle Cliff, Edwidge Danticat, Toni Morrison and Claudia Rankine.


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"The Book of the Dead" in The Dew Breaker Document
Reading List - Black Women Writing the Diaspora Document
Audre Lorde - The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992 Document
"An Interview with Audre Lorde" Document
"Above the Wind: An Interview with Audre Lorde." Document
Poetry Is Not a Luxury. Document
Edwidge Danticat Citation Document
Map Document

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