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Fiction, Dialogue, and Personal Growth

Celebrating Banned Books Week without calling attention to the special way that fictional story-telling can create dialogue would be an oversimplification of the week’s mission. In fact, often times a fear of that dialogue — a fear of the difficult … Continue reading

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A Week to Celebrate Books, Reading, and Dialogue!

You might be thinking, “What do banned books have to do with gender and women’s studies?” Actually… a lot! We’re sure you have heard of Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison. What you may not know is that Morrison won … Continue reading

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