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Month: June 2018

Reflection: Context Website Project

Reflection: Context Website Project

By Amanda Barnett, Texas Christian University Note: Amanda Barnett is a pedagogical development consultant for the WWP. Read the assignment discussed below here and see the syllabus here. Drafting: When I was assigned the Introduction to Women’s Writing course for Spring 2018 I was excited to create something new and, wanting to insert something of my own expertise, I decided that we would spend the semester discussing representations of professional women in literature of all kinds. Because this class is technically at the sophomore level, but…

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Like a Woman: Gender Confusion in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Who’s the Dupe?

Like a Woman: Gender Confusion in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Who’s the Dupe?

This is a post in a series authored by our collaborators on the Intertextual Networks project. For more information, see here. By Tabitha Kenlon, Assistant Professor at the American University in Dubai My previous post explored eighteenth-century British playwright Hannah Cowley’s references to and borrowings from William Shakespeare in her A Bold Stroke for a Husband. That play contains a direct reference to Taming of the Shrew and features a cross-dressed heroine and a love quadrangle that seems to have been inspired by…

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