"Students are eager to break through barriers to knowing…
We can teach in ways that transform consciousness,
creating a climate of free expression that is
the essence of a truly liberatory liberal arts education."
bell hooks, Teaching to Transgress (1994).
A professor-peer tagged me in a 'Facebook list':
Rules: In your status line, list 10 books that have stayed with you in some way. Don't take more than a few minutes and don't think too hard - they don't have to be the "right" or "great" works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag 10 friends, inc me so I can see the list.
I invite you to do the same in my comments section (you know I'll share). I'm always looking for a good read ;-}
Here are mine (in no particular order):
Arn't I A Woman? - Deborah Grey White
Guilty Pleasures (Bk 1, Anita Blake series) - Laurell K. Hamilton
The Ark - Isobel Bernet
Iggie's House - Judy Blume
Twilight - Dean Koontz
Teaching to Transgress - bell hooks
The Honor of the Queen (Bk 2, Honor Harrington series) - David Webber
The Valley of the Horses (Bk 2, Earth's Children series) - Jean Auel
Shanna - Kathleen Woodiwiss
The Color Purple - Alice Walker
Vivre! Rire! Aimer!