Black Feminism: History, Theory, Practice

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Summer 1. 2021 Course Title: “Introduction to Critical Theory”Duration: Six WeeksCourse: Summer 1 of 2021Dates: April 23-May 28, 2021Time: Fridays 3:00pm-4:45pm Course Description:Black Feminism largely developed out of the writings and speeches of nineteenth century black women abolitionists like Ida B. Wells and Sojourner Truth. Since then, it has developed into anContinue reading “Black Feminism: History, Theory, Practice”

Introduction to Critical Theory

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Spring 2. 2021 Course Title: “Introduction to Critical Theory”Duration: Six WeeksCourse: Spring 2 of 2021Dates: March 5-April 9, 2021Time: Fridays 3:00pm-4:45pm Course Description:Often seen as institutionally beginning with the Frankfurt School after the end of the Second World War, Critical Theory names the set of methodologies that come from scholars in orderContinue reading “Introduction to Critical Theory”

The Harlem Renaissance

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Spring 1. 2021 Course Title: “The Harlem Renaissance”Duration: Six WeeksCourse: Spring 1 of 2021Dates: January 15 – February 19, 2021Time: Fridays 3:00pm-4:45pm Course Description:Amiri Baraka referred to the Harlem Renaissance as a “BangClash” and “Vicious Modernism.” In this course we will commit to reflecting, interrogating, and delighting in the literary and culturalContinue reading “The Harlem Renaissance”

“Who is Looting Whom?”: James Baldwin and the Right to Riot

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Fall 2. 2020. Course Title: “Who is Looting Whom?”: James Baldwin and the Right to RiotDuration: Six WeeksCourse: Fall 2 of 2020Time: Fridays, 3:00pm-4:45pm Course description:Eminent queer black essayist, novelist, and public intellectual James Baldwin says in an interview published in Esquire’s July 1968 issue (published just after the assassination of Dr.Continue reading ““Who is Looting Whom?”: James Baldwin and the Right to Riot”

Power, Race, and Migration

ENG 106. Spring 2020. University of Miami Readings (Requires UMiami authentication) Navigation: Policies & Assignments Assignments Schedule Course: ENG 106, Section U4Institution: University of MiamiInstructor: Preston Taylor Stone (pts25@miami.edu)Office hours: W 1:30-3:30pm (Ferré 101)Course Location: Dooly 109Course time: T/R   6:35-7:50pmCourse Credit Hours: 3 Course Description:In this class, we will embark on a hermeneutic analysisContinue reading “Power, Race, and Migration”

Black Feminism: Theory, Method, Practice

ENG 106. Fall 2020. University of Miami Readings (Requires UMiami authentication) Navigation: Policies & Assignments Assignments Schedule Course: ENG 106, Section T1Institution: University of MiamiCourse Location: Dooly 204Course Time: T/R 5:05pm-6:20pmCourse Credit hours: 3                                                    Instructor: Preston Taylor StoneEmail: ptstone@miami.eduOffice Hours: By appointment (Virtual) Course Description:The University of Miami’s English Composition program has two required introductory writingContinue reading “Black Feminism: Theory, Method, Practice”

Citizenship and Migration

ENG 105. Fall 2020. University of Miami Readings (Requires UMiami authentication) Navigation: Policies & Assignments Schedule Essay Prompts Course: English 105 (Fall 2020) at the University of MiamiCourse Title: English Composition IClass Location: Lakeside Village 1084 Class time: M/W/F at 11:15-12:05pm (Section D3)Instructor: Preston Taylor Stone (pts25@miami.edu)Office hours: Zoom/by appt only Course Description:English 105 isContinue reading “Citizenship and Migration”

Citizenship and Migration

ENG 105. Fall 2019. University of Miami Readings (Requires UMiami authentication) Navigation: Policies & Assignments Schedule Essay Prompts Course: English 105 (Fall 2019)Course Title: English Composition IClass Location: Dooley Memorial 104 at University of Miami, Coral Gables, FLClass time: M/W at 5:05-6:20pm Instructor: Preston Taylor Stone (pts25@miami.edu)Office: Ferre 101 Tel: 864-401-6676Office hours: Mondays 1:30-3:30 & byContinue reading “Citizenship and Migration”