Two state legislators in New Jersey do not want the Mark Twain book, “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” to be used in schools due to the use of the N-word.
The Western civilization curriculum must better represent the “voices of people of color,” claimed ‘Reedies Against Racism’ student activists at Reed College.
In our latest visit to the Modern Language Association, we discover, once again, that if you love literature, you may want to avoid most English courses.
From the Heartland Institute: A group of community members gathered to protest a Virginia school district’s decision to remove two classic novels from a public school’s classrooms. Accomack County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Holland banned The…
Is this the right time to tell the Penn English department to ‘get thee to a nunnery’? From The College Fix: Early this month a group of University of Pennsylvania students removed a portrait of…
From the College Fix: “The English Reading Room at California State University Northridge is undergoing a facelift in the name of diversity.”
Yup, this is an actual story.
Growing old is hard enough without a cadre of pedagogues telling you what it means. “Critical aging does not toss the baby out with its ideological bathwater,” LaSalle professor Emily Mattingly said at this year’s…
Obviously, this person doesn’t understand the value of classical English literature. The bad part is that this person is a high school teacher in Sacramento, California whose teaching subject is English.
There is a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to pay for the travel costs for a gay Mennonite literature panel in Fresno, California. Apparently, there is a demand for LGBT Mennonite literature?