Berg, Allison, Jean Kowaleski, Caroline Le Guin, Ellen Weinauer, and Eric Wolfe. “Breaking the Silence: Sexual Preference in the Composition Classroom.”

Berg, Allison, Jean Kowaleski, Caroline Le Guin, Ellen Weinauer, and Eric Wolfe. "Breaking the Silence: Sexual Preference in the Composition Classroom." Feminist Teacher, vol. 4, no. 2/3, 1989, pp. 29-32. Accessed 2 Nov. 2016. To remember: Though many composition classrooms are increasingly devoted to examining the ways social membership can shape and construct our identity, … Continue reading Berg, Allison, Jean Kowaleski, Caroline Le Guin, Ellen Weinauer, and Eric Wolfe. “Breaking the Silence: Sexual Preference in the Composition Classroom.”

Catherine Fox. “Text of Our Institutional Lives: From Transaction to Transformation: (En)countering White Heteronormativity in ‘Safe Spaces’.”

Fox, Catherine. "Text of Our Institutional Lives: From Transaction to Transformation: (En)countering White Heteronormativity in 'Safe Spaces'." College English, vol. 69, no. 5, 2007, pp. 496-511. Accessed 1 Nov. 2016. To remember: Much work in queer theory focuses on either classroom pedagogy or traditional scholarship; other spaces that shape our work as English professors are … Continue reading Catherine Fox. “Text of Our Institutional Lives: From Transaction to Transformation: (En)countering White Heteronormativity in ‘Safe Spaces’.”

Harry Denny. “A Queer Eye for the WPA.”

Denny, Harry. "A Queer Eye for the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration, vol. 37, no. 1, 2013, pp. 186-98. Accessed 5 Nov. 2016. To remember: To channel Linda Adler-Kassner in the Activist WPA, our American jeremiad is always already a paradox of an exceptionalist mission toward homogenization and assimilation that's also constantly under threat of … Continue reading Harry Denny. “A Queer Eye for the WPA.”

Fox, Catherine Olive-Marie. “Toward a Queerly Classed Analysis of Shame: Attunement to Bodies in English Studies.”

Fox, Catherine Olive-Marie. “Toward a Queerly Classed Analysis of Shame: Attunement to Bodies in English Studies.” College English 76.4 (2014): 337-56. To remember: “I would like to suggest the seductive force of affective dimensions of critical pedagogy discourse comes about partly through their hidden nature and partly the heteronormative frame through which they are deployed-a frame that … Continue reading Fox, Catherine Olive-Marie. “Toward a Queerly Classed Analysis of Shame: Attunement to Bodies in English Studies.”

Kim Hackford-Peer. “In the Name of Safety: Discursive Positionings of Queer Youth.”

Hackford-Peer, Kim. "In the Name of Safety: Discursive Positionings of Queer Youth." Studies in Philosophy and Education, vol. 29, no. 1, 2010, pp. 541-56. Accessed 1 Nov. 2016. To remember: the discourse of innocence is still applied to queer youth, however, the application has shifted to focus largely on the ways that queer youth are … Continue reading Kim Hackford-Peer. “In the Name of Safety: Discursive Positionings of Queer Youth.”

Cvetkovich, Ann. “Public Feelings”

Cvetkovich, Ann. "Public Feelings." South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 106, no. 3, 2007, pp. 459-68. To remember: The goal is to depathologize negative affects so that they can be seen as a possible resource for political action rather than as its antithesis. This is not, however, to suggest that depression is thereby converted into a positive … Continue reading Cvetkovich, Ann. “Public Feelings”