We Were Taught to Colonize with Literature

A Pedagogical Memoir

Abstract

In this paper, the author invokes autobiography (a genre she typically uses with students and teachers) to instead listen critically to the power dynamics in her own practice as a humanities teacher/teacher educator. Key-words: literature; autobiography; teacher education.

Author Biography

Sarah Byrne Bausell, University of North Carolina, United States
Teaching Assistant Professor at University of North Carolina, United States

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Published
2019-12-07