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English Language Notes 47.1 (Spring/Summer 2009) Special Issue: Experimental Literary Education

English Language Notes 47.1 (Spring/Summer 2009)
  Special Issue:  Experimental Literary Education
  Editor: Jeffrey C. Robinson

ELN 47.1 (Spring/Summer 2009), a special issue on Experimental Literary Education, brings together twenty-four essays by  nationally and internationally recognized scholars and writers reporting on a wide  range of new possibilities for higher education in the literary arts.  Some  essays address the dramatic changes in aspects of the field, that imply a  radical reshifting of educational experience; others assume such changes in detailed  testimonials about learning activities within and beyond or in revised versions  of the traditional classroom. And still others note reverberations of educational  change at the institutional level in universities and colleges.  From this  collection emerges a call for a serious re-thinking of the paradigms governing literary education in the 21st century.  There is, to our knowledge, no comparable  intervention presently available; Experimental Literary Education ought to stimulate the imaginations of anyone deeply involved in literary educationfrom students, to administrators, to teachers. 


  Introduction: Experimental Literary Education
    Jeffrey C. Robinson, University of Colorado at Boulder

I. The State of the Profession

  The Dream Department
    Lyn Hejinian, University of California, Berkeley

  Digital Humanities and Academic Change
    Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara

  What Can Race Theory and Queer Theory Teach Us about the State of Literary Studies?
    Marlon B. Ross, University of Virginia

  The State of the Profession: Work, the Humanities, and Transformation
    Melissa Mowry, St. Johns University

  Internationalizing the Curriculum: Nations, Languages, Religions
    Wai Chee Dimock, Yale University

  English Studies, Transnationalism, and Form
    William Keach, Brown University

    David Palumbo-Liu, Stanford University

II.  Reports on Experiments in  Literary Education

  Poverty, Representation, and the Expanded English Classroom
    Kate Crasson, Lehigh University

  Re-contextualizing Literary Education:
  A Multi-Variable Experiment in Learning and Performance
    Diana E. Henderson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  Mapping Literature Courses with Google Docs and the GRID
     Lejla Kucukalic, Columbia University

  On Game Playing and the Uses of Uncertainty
    Eric S. Mallin, The University of Texas at Austin

  A Sotyl Thinge withouten Tonge and Teeth:
  Souls Dialogue with Body, and Literatures Dialogue with Philosophy
    Robert Pasnau, University of Colorado at Boulder
    Elizabeth Robertson, University of Colorado at Boulder

  Teaching Unstable Animal Identities in Medieval Narrative
    Timea Szell, Barnard College

  You May Have Changed My Life
    Marjorie Curry Woods, The University of Texas at Austin

  Experimental What?
    Gerald Graff, University of Illinois at Chicago

  Sound and Song in Poetry: Music as a Form of Explication
    Elissa S. Guralnick, University of Colorado at Boulder

  Recitation Considered as a Fine Art
   Jerome McGann, University of Virginia

  An Aesthetic of Glimpses
    Elizabeth Robinson, Naropa University

  Biocultures Manifesto
    Lennard J. Davis, University of Illinois at  Chicago
    David B. Morris, University of Virginia

  Tales from the Cutting-Room Floor
    Kevin J. H. Dettmar, Pomona College

  The Global Middle Ages:
  An Experiment in Collaborative Humanities, or Imagining the World, 500-1500 C. E.
    Geraldine Heng, The University of Texas at Austin

  Poetry and the Digital World
    Stephanie Strickland, Independent Scholar

  Designing Doctoral Education after Katrina
    Molly Anne Rothenberg, Tulane University


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