Caroline Young
Caroline Young studies twenty- and twenty-first-century American literature and contemporary poetics with an emphasis on experimental women’s writing in the tradition of Gertrude Stein. Her pedagogy is influenced by her prior career in television broadcast promotion, writing for TBS, Turner South, Tribune Broadcasting, and National Geographic Television.

Collision Course: Using Visual Art and Poetry as Composition Pedagogy

Last fall, I led students through a writing and communication course titled “One World is Not Enough.” This class investigated cultural values and ideologies as exhibited in the narratives that societies construct and consume. The course focused on two contemporary novels, Stephen Graham Jones’s Ledfeather and Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on… Continue reading