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Teaching Rape in the Medieval Literature Classroom : Approaches to Difficult Texts

Author: Alison Gulley
Publisher: Leeds : Arc Humanities Press, 2018.
Series: Teaching the Middle Ages
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Teaching Rape proposes strategies for teaching episodes of rape, attempted rape, and false accusations in medieval texts in a politically-charged teaching and learning environment.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Gulley
ISBN: 9781580443166 1580443168 9781641890335 1641890339
OCLC Number: 1053728183
Notes: 1. Introduction: Teaching Rape: Challenges in the Twenty-First-Century Classroom by Alison Gulley 2. Medieval Saints and Misogynist Times: Transhistorical Perspectives on Sexual Violence in the Undergraduate Classroom by Suzanne Edwards 3. Teaching Medieval Rape Narrative Across Genre: Insights From Victimology by Christina DiGangi and Wendy Perkins 4. Bringing the Bystander into the Humanities Classroom: Reading Ancient, Patristic, and Medieval Texts on the Continuum of Violence by Elizabeth Hubble 5. From Bystander to Upstander: Reading the Nibelungenlied to Resist Rape Culture by Alexandra Sterling-Hellenbrand 6. Speech, Silence, and Teaching Chaucer's Rapes by Tison Pugh 7. Classroom PSA: Values, Law, and Ethics in "The Reeve's Tale" by Emily Houlik-Ritchey 8. "How do we know he really raped her?": Addressing Student Resistance to the "Wife of Bath's Tale" with the BBC's Canterbury Tales by Alison Gulley 9. Teaching the False Accusation Motif in Lanval by Elizabeth Harper 10. Sexual Compulsion and Sexual Violence in the Lais of Marie de France by Misty Urban 11. Troubadour Lyric, Fin'amors, and Rape Culture by Daniel E. O'Sullivan 12. The Knight Coerced: Two Cases of Raped Men in Chivalric Romance by David Grubbs 13. Teaching Rape to the He-Man Woman Hater's Club: Chrétien de Troyes at a Military School by Alan Baragona 14. Rape, Identity, and Redemption: Teaching "Sir Gowther" in the Community College Classroom by William H. Smith.
Description: 1 online resource (226 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Front matter; Half-title; Title Page; Copyright; Copyright; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Body; 1. Introduction: Teaching Rape and Meeting the Challenges of the Twenty-First-Century Classroom; Works Cited; 2. Medieval Saints and Misogynist Times: Transhistorical Perspectives on Sexual Violence in the Undergraduate Classroom; Sexual Violence and Saints' Lives; Back to the Future: Rereading Contemporary Perspectives on Rape as "Medieval"34; Works Cited; 3. Teaching Medieval Rape Culture across Genre: Insights from Victimology; Clearly Defining Rape The Victim Herself: Characterological Judgments, Victim-Blaming, Precipitating FactorsBystander Theory; Conclusion; Works Cited; 4. Bringing the Bystander into the Humanities Classroom: Reading Ancient, Patristic, and Medieval Texts on the Continuum of Violence; Introduction; Institutional Background; Bringing the Bystander into Literary Analysis; Boys Will Be Boys: The Inevitability/Naturalness of Patriarchy; #NotAllMen; Conclusion; Works Cited; 5. From Bystander to Upstander: Reading the Nibelungenlied to Resist Rape Culture; The Tenth Aventiure; Reading the Tenth Adventure From Bystanders to UpstandersConclusion; Works Cited; Web Resources; 6. Speech, Silence, and Teaching Chaucer's Rapes; Works Cited; 7. Classroom PSA: Values, Law, and Ethics in "The Reeve's Tale"; Day One; Day Two; Teaching Outcomes; Works Cited; 8. "How do we know he really raped her?": Using the BBC Canterbury Tales to Confront Student Skepticism towards the Wife of Bath; Works Cited; 9. Teaching the Potiphar's Wife Motif in Marie de France's Lanval; The Problem of False Allegations; The Outlines of the Potiphar's Wife Motif; Literature as a Tool for Truthfulness; Works Cited 10. Sexual Compulsion and Sexual Violence in the Lais of Marie de FranceTeaching "Lanval" in Brit Lit I; Teaching the Lais in Medieval Lit; Works Cited; 11. Troubadour Lyric, Fin'amors, and Rape Culture; Works Cited; 12. The Knight Coerced: Two Cases of Raped Men in Chivalric Romance; Medieval Literature in the Gen Eds: A Pedagogical Note; Seeing through Gray: Positive Consent as Interpretive Aid; The Rape of Sir Launcelot (Morte d'Arthur); Launcelot's Rape: Man vs. Narrative; Launcelot's Reaction: Placing Blame; The Rape of Sir Perion (Amadis de Gaula); Perion's Rape: Short, then Silent Illuminating Contexts, Interpretive FrameworksContext Applied: Understanding Perion's Silence; Concluding Thoughts; Works Cited; 13. Teaching Rape to the He-Man Woman Haters Club: Chrétien de Troyes at a Military School; Works Cited; 14. Rape, Identity, and Redemption: Teaching "Sir Gowther" in the Community College Classroom; Works Cited; Back matter; Index
Series Title: Teaching the Middle Ages
Responsibility: Alison Gulley.

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Teaching Rape proposes strategies for teaching episodes of rape, attempted rape, and false accusations in medieval texts in a politically-charged teaching and learning environment.

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