Published on 13 Feb 2023, written by Diana Myers. A few days after the Enclosure met to discuss our January book club pick, The Corner That Held Them by Sylvia Townsend Warner (1948), I came across the following image online: “This Church Stabbed Itself”https://yesterdaysprint.tumblr.com/post/708085996965789696/the-washington-post-may-19-1912 Warner’s novel is a long meandering look at the rise and …
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(Jan 22) The Female Husband With Sal Nicolazzo
Sal Nicolazzo dives deeper into the 18th-century story The Female Husband (1746) by Henry Fielding as the tale serves as an appetite for the reader and narrative in the concern of labor, fraud, and comedy. The look into early capitalism when masculinity represented private property. How gender signifies a wider legal meaning as it relates …
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Additional Reading for the session with Sal Nicolazzo (January 22th, 2021)
Please mark your diaries for our session with Sal Nicolazzo, on the
vagrancy of sexuality, on January 22 at 10:30 AM Pacific. In this post you can find useful additional reading for our first session in 2021!