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A Conversation With Jessica Hooten Wilson

September 16, 2020 CLT Episode 3
Anchored
A Conversation With Jessica Hooten Wilson
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Anchored
A Conversation With Jessica Hooten Wilson
Sep 16, 2020 Episode 3
CLT

Jessica Hooten Wilson, Louise Cowan Scholar in Residence at the University of Dallas, joins Jeremy to discuss cancel culture's impact on the influential author Flannery O'Connor (as well as on literature in general) and elaborates on her work in preparing O’Connor’s unfinished novel Why Do the Heathen Rage? for publication. Additionally, Prof. Hooten Wilson discusses challenges faced in the classroom, to include confronting students' "idol of use." Make sure to catch her personal book recommendations too! Send comments or questions about this episode to anchored@cltexam.com.

Host Jeremy Tate @JeremyTate41
Guest Jessica Hooten Wilson @HootenWilson
How Flannery O'Connor Fought Racism in First Things—Hooten Wilson's response to The New Yorker article How Racist Was Flannery O'Connor?
Why Do the Heathen Rage?


Show Notes

Jessica Hooten Wilson, Louise Cowan Scholar in Residence at the University of Dallas, joins Jeremy to discuss cancel culture's impact on the influential author Flannery O'Connor (as well as on literature in general) and elaborates on her work in preparing O’Connor’s unfinished novel Why Do the Heathen Rage? for publication. Additionally, Prof. Hooten Wilson discusses challenges faced in the classroom, to include confronting students' "idol of use." Make sure to catch her personal book recommendations too! Send comments or questions about this episode to anchored@cltexam.com.

Host Jeremy Tate @JeremyTate41
Guest Jessica Hooten Wilson @HootenWilson
How Flannery O'Connor Fought Racism in First Things—Hooten Wilson's response to The New Yorker article How Racist Was Flannery O'Connor?
Why Do the Heathen Rage?