Leading Class Discussion: Pairs

January W 26 Mary Wollestonecraft, from Moral Conversations and Stories (1788); Mitzi Myers, "Impeccable Governesses, Rational Dames, and Moral Mothers" (1986); Maria Edgeworth, "The Story of the Purple Jar" (1801); Michel Foucault, "Panopticism," from Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison (1979) [CP]. Leading class discussion:
M 31 Roger Lancelyn Green, "The Golden Age of Children's Books" (1962); Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), through Chapter 9. Leading class discussion:
February W 2 Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, to end; Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There (1871), through Chapter 6; Anderson & Apseloff, excerpt from Nonsense Literature for Children: Aesop to Seuss (1989) [CP]. Leading class discussion:
F 18 Heinrich Hoffmann, "The Story of the Inky Boys" from Struwwelpeter (1845) [CP]; Helen Bannerman, Little Black Sambo (1899) [R]; Michelle Martin, "'Hey, Who's the Kid with the Green Umbrella?': A Reevaluation of Little Black Sambo and the Black-a-moor," from Brown Gold: Milestones of African-American Children's Picture Books, 1845-2002 (2004) [CP]. Leading class discussion:
M 28 Jon Scieszka, "Design Matters" (Horn Book, March 1998) <http://www.hbook.com/magazine/articles/1998/mar98_scieszka_leach.asp> [W]; Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith, The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales (1992) [R]; David Wiesner, The Three Pigs (2001) [R]. Leading class discussion:
March W 9 Shaun Tan, The Arrival (2006). Leading class discussion:
F 11 Brian Selznick, The Invention of Hugo Cabret (2007), through Part One (p. 254). Leading class discussion:
F 18 L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables (1908), through Chapter 15; John Stephens, "Analyzing texts: linguistics and stylistics" (2005) [PH]. Leading class discussion: [insert names here.] Group #2's third response paper DUE by today.
April F 1 Francesca Lia Block, Weetzie Bat (1989). Leading class discussion:
F 8 Neil Gaiman, Coraline (2002); Richard Gooding, “‘Something Very Old and Very Slow’: Coraline, Uncanniness, and Narrative Form” (2008) [CP2]. Leading class discussion:
F 15 J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906, rev. of The Little White Bird, 1902); Jacqueline Rose, Introduction to The Strange Case of Peter Pan (1984) [CP2]. Leading class discussion:
F 22 Marilyn Nelson, A Wreath for Emmett Till (2005); Larry Siems, Vera B. Williams, Wendy Lamb, Patricia Reilly Giff, Adam Rapp, Walter Dean Myers, Christopher Paul Curtis, Joyce Carol Oates, “Dark Realities: What Can’t Be Said in Children’s Books” (2004). [CP2]. Leading class discussion: