Melissa and I are going to introduce a magazine pulished in the 1870s titled Woodhull & Claflin Weekly. I don’t want to spoil anything just yet, because tomorrow you’re going to learn some pretty cool things about one of the greatest female activists in American history. However, if you’d liked to browse around before then here’s some cool links!
See you all tomorrow!
For anyone interested in the writing style of The Tatler and The Spectator this is a link to the second publication of The Spectator.
Just as a little add-on to our presentation at the end of class, here’s Mencken’s account of the Scopes trial, right here
I just read this article online about a teacher who has been suspended because of her blogging rants about her students. Apparently, she had a few choice words that she chose to share with her readers (mostly friends and family). I was wondering how you feel about this. On one hand, we have the right to speak our minds (protected by the first amendment), but on the other hand, we have someone who is supposed to be a role model to the impressionable youth.
Personally, I haven’t formed any opinion yet. I do believe that this is something that should be taken seriously; teachers are there to inspire students and encourage them to do their best, not to shoot them down when they’re being kids. Disciplinary action should be taken, but I don’t know if she should lose her job over it.
Hi everyone! Today Meaghan will be doing our blog tracking presentation on travel blogs. Some that we have found that you can take a look at are:
Hope you enjoy!
Collaborative general feminist blog. Has a comment policy notable for not cosseting trolls of any sort (and feminist blogs tend to get visited by trolls fairly often)
A feminist blog that focuses on science fiction, fantasy, and related topics, also collaborative. Less active than it used to be.
Individual feminist blog. Very new.