Teaching Twelfth Night and Queering the Canon in Michigan English Language Arts Classrooms
Recent legislation across the country has advocated for the complete disregard of queer topics and identities within public school classrooms. Within this essay, I lay out the issues that stem from ignoring marginalized identities in the ELA classroom, specifically queer identities, and offer an example of a text (Shakespeare's Twelfth Night) that can be used to incorporate discussion of queer identity into the curriculum.
Lippert, Anne D.
"Teaching Twelfth Night and Queering the Canon in Michigan English Language Arts Classrooms,"
Language Arts Journal of Michigan:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.9707/2168-149X.2349