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Why We Write

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Provides a forum for scholars, activists, and novelists to reflect on the ways in which they use their writing and academic work to create social change. This volume uncovers the political agendas, social missions, and personal and professional experiences that compel writers to bring their stories to the page.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780415973212
ISBN-10: 041597321X
Pagini: 208
Dimensiuni: 153 x 224 x 12 mm
Greutate: 0.29 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Routledge

Cuprins

Introduction: When and Why We Enter
JIM DOWNS
Section I Why I Write: Personal Reflections
Chapter 1. Why I Write
JOHN D'EMILIO
Chapter 2. Why I Write
CATHERINE CLINTON
Chapter 3. Why I Write
TIMOTHY PATRICK MCCARTHY
Chapter 4. Why I Write
JENNIFER MORGAN
Section II The Process of Writing
Chapter 5. Disoriented in the Orient:
A U.S. Historian Goes Transnational
JUNG H. PAK
Chapter 6. Narratives of Sexual Conquest:
A Historical Perspective on Date Rape
JENNIFER FRONC
Chapter 7. Her Heart, My Hands:
Writing an Intimate Life
CAITLIN LOVE CROWELL
Chapter 8. Writing for History:
Journalism, History, and the
Revival of Narrative
JILL LEPORE
Chapter 9. "We Should Grow Too Fond of It'
Why We Love the Civil War
DREW GILPIN FAUST
Section III The Politics of Writing
Chapter 10. Our Silences Will Hurt Us: Journalistic
Writing in a Women's Prison
ELEANOR M. NOVEK AND REBECCA SANFORD
Chapter 11. To Keep My Body Clean, To Breathe,
To Give My Mind Rest
SASHA KAMINI PARMASAD
Chapter 12. Diary of a Mad Law Student
JODI BROMBERG
Chapter 13. A Drawbridge to the Ivory Tower: Brokering
the Politics of Environmental Studies
DANIEL J. SHERMAN
Chapter 14. Why I Don't Write
ERME C. MAULA
Notes
Contributors
Index

Notă biografică

Jim Downs is in the Department of History at Columbia University. He is co-editor of Taking Back the Academy! History of Activism, History as Activism (Routledge 2004).