All the readings, responses, and assignments listed on the schedule should be completed before class on the day they are listed. For example, by class time on the Monday, 1/13, you should have read all the texts listed under Read and submitted the introductory reflection.
Click on a class day to see all of the readings and assignments for that day. Follow the links to the readings and assignments, and click on the buttons for descriptions of the different tasks and advice for how to approach them.
|Read||Angela Haupt, "The Bookstagrammers and BookTubers changing the way we read"
Heather Dockray, "Welcome to 'Deep Bookstagram,' where dark, book-based comedy thrives"
Selena Falcon, "What I Learned in 6 Months on Bookstagram"
Jolie C. Matthews, "Professionals and nonprofessionals on Goodreads: Behavior standards for authors, reviewers, and readers"
Review digital reading assignment
|Read||Clayton Childress and Noah Friedkin, "Cultural Reception and Production: The Social Construction of Meaning in Book Clubs"
Richard Beach and Steven Yussen, "Practices of Productive Adult Book Clubs"
|Read||Parul Sehgal, "A Mother and Son, Fleeing for Their Lives Over Treacherous Terrain"
Myriam Gurba, "Pendeja, You Ain't Steinbeck: My Bronca with Fake-Ass Social Justice Literature"
Laura Miller, "Will the American Dirt Fiasco Change American Publishing?"
Maria Bustillos, "Don't Blame Jeanine Cummins"