Teaching Hemingway and Gender
Kale, Verna, ed. Teaching Hemingway and Gender. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2016.
State of the Field: Gender Studies, Sexuality Studies, and Hemingway
In Our Time and American Modernisms: Interpreting and Writing the Complexities of Gender and Culture
"The Garden of Cultural Acceptability": Gender in The Garden of Eden, Then and Now
Redeeming Hemingway and His Women: Periodicals as Sites of Change in the Literature Classroom
It Is Pretty to Think So: Domestic Relationships in the Nick Adams Stories
Nick Adams and the Construction of Masculinity
A Very Complicated Negotiation: Teaching Hemingway to Second Language Learners of English
"Aficion Means Passion": Sexuality and Religion in The Sun Also Rises
Reading Hemingway Backwards: Teaching A Farewell to Arms in Light of The Garden of Eden
Economic Power and the Female Expatriate Consumer Artist in The Garden of Eden
Hemingway and the Modern Woman: Brett Ashley and the Flapper Tradition
Men Without Women?: Can Hemingway and Women Writers Coexist in the Classroom?
Katie and the Pink Highlighter: Teaching Post-"Hemingway" Hemingway
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