Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 7

Welcome to our seventh and final post from the Museum Studies class as they explored Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction. Many thanks to this class for helping us think about…

Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 6

Welcome to our sixth post from the Museum Studies class as they explore Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction by Omar Tena Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov As someone who has always…

Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 5

Welcome to our fifth post from the Museum Studies class as they explore Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction by Averi Carroll George by Alex Gino The book I chose, George…

Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 4

Welcome to our fourth post from the Museum Studies class as they explore Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction by Quinn Puckett Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan The book Two…

Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 3

Welcome to our third post from the Museum Studies class as they explore Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction by Benjamin Tyler Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin…

Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 2

Welcome to our second post from the Museum Studies class as they explore Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction by Makayla Jenkins Burned by Ellen Hopkins “I felt angry, frustrated. I…

Banned Books Week : Museum Studies Student Posts : 1

Welcome to our first post from the Museum Studies class as they explore Banned Books Week and censorship. If you want to review their assignment or learn more about Banned Books week, please see Prof. Julie Holcomb’s recent post: Banned Books Week Introduction by Ryan Roper 1984 by George Orwell “What would Big Brother do?”…

Museum Studies Students Present : Banned Books Week 2021

Each year, we have celebrated our freedom to read during Banned Books Week. This year we are excited to turn over the blog to our colleague Prof. Julie Holcomb and her students for the week. Many thanks to all of them for their hard work and inspiring words. Beth Farwell Introduction by Prof. Julie Holcomb…

Banned Books Week 2020

Banned Books Week (September 27 – October 3, 2020) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. It is a week to consider the impact of censorship and what it means to hold intellectual freedoms. Often the word ‘banned’ brings up images of Europe during the early to mid-1900s with Nazi book burnings and…