Tag Archives: Banned Book Week

Last year Slate ran an article that, in that annoying Slate way, made it clear: the battle is won. We no longer have to fear book banning. It is a rare phenomenon, in America, at least, and true bannings—as opposed to, say, a … Continue reading

To further observe Banned Book Week, we wanted to turn on readers of the Large Blog to one of our studies on the book banning phenomenon. In Citizen Critics: Literary Public Spheres. Rosa A. Eberly takes a look at book-related controversies She … Continue reading