The St. John’s University Humanities Review Spring 2022, Volume 19, Issue 1: “Crashing the Canon: A Spotlight for the Underrepresented in Higher Education”

The latest issue of the St. John’s Humanities Review, “Crashing the Canon: A Spotlight for the Underrepresented in Higher Education,” is now available!
Alexander Radison, Co-Editor
Kainat Cheema, Co-Editor
Dawn Cancellieri, Consulting Editor
Cover Art and Design by Giselle Magana
Table Of Contents:

Introduction: Reflecting on the Academy and the Issue(s) by Kainat Cheema and Alexander Radison

Ornament of Heaven by Michelle Cicillini

Modernism Remixed: Uncovering Science Fiction as the Bridge to a Modernist Aesthetic by Cornelius Fortune

Contra-canonical Community and a Trans Minor Literature by Aaron Hammes

A Message from the Labyrinth by Christina M. Rau

A New Canon of Counternarratives: Realigning Power in Neurodiverse Middle Grade Books by Jennifer Slagus

The One Who Returns to Omelas by Allene Nichols

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and the Canon: Rethinking American Literature with Community College Students by Melissa Dennihy

Collision by Christina M. Rau

Neosophist Critical Pedagogy and Aesthetic-Rhetorical Teaching: Cultivating Critical-Imaginative Response in the Chicanx Literature Classroom by Rubén R. Mendoza

A Moving Practice: How the Writing Workshop Can Mobilize Black Rhetorical Devices by Chy Sprauve

Out of the Blue by Christina M. Rau

David Graeber and David Wengrow’s The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity Reviewed by Granville Ganter

Ebony Elizabeth Thomas’s The Dark Fantastic: Race and the Imagination from Harry Potter to the Hunger Games Reviewed by Stephanie Montalti

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I teach Shakespeare and the blue humanities at St. John's in New York City.

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