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Pedagogy 4.3 (2004) 509-512

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Index to Volume 4


Anger, Suzy    •    Literary Meaning and the Question of Value: Victorian Literary Interpretation     27

Baines, Lawrence    •    Teaching Like You Mean It     461

Banning, Marlia E.    •    The Limits of PC Discourse: Linking Language Use to Social Practice     191

Beech, Jennifer, and Julie Lindquist    •    The Work before Us: Attending to English Departments' Poor Relations     171

Bernstein, Susan Naomi    •    Writing and White Privilege: Beyond Basic Skills     128

Bloom, Lynn Z.    •    Compression: When Less Says More     300

Bryant, Marsha    •    IMAX Authorship: Teaching Plath and Her Unabridged Journals     241

Callanan, Laura    •    Defining Expertise in the Interdisciplinary Classroom     385

Chickering, Howell    •    Creative Reading: A First-Semester First-Year Course     263

Culhane, Alys    •    Memory, Memoir, and Memorabilia: A Generative Exercise     310

Estrem, Heidi    •    The Portfolio's Shifting Self: Possibilities for Assessing Student Learning     125

Foster, Patricia    •    By the Sea     295

Gaipa, Mark    •    Breaking into the Conversation: How Students Can Acquire Authority for Their Writing     419

Harris, Joseph    •    Thinking Like a Program     357

Harris, Rochelle    •    Encouraging Emergent Moments: The Personal, Critical, and Rhetorical in the Writing Classroom     401

Hawisher, Gail E., and Cynthia L. Selfe    •    On Editing and Contributing to a Field: The Everyday Work of Editors     9

Holberg, Jennifer L., and Marcy Taylor    •    Editors' Introduction1; 167; 353 [End Page 509]

Kahn, Madeleine    •    "Why Are We Reading a Handbook on Rape?" Young Women Transform a Classic     438

Keating, AnaLouise    •    "Making New Connections": Transformational Multiculturalism in the Classroom     93

Kienzler, Donna    •    Teaching by the Book: Authors Who Mentor My Teaching     323

Latosi-Sawin, Elizabeth    •    Living and Teaching in the Round     305

Lindquist, Julie    •    see Beech, Jennifer

Lundin, Roger    •    What We Have Loved     133

McCurrie, M. Kilian    •    From the Edges to the Center: Pedagogy's Role in Redefining English Departments     43

Nachumi, Nora    •    "I Am Elizabeth Bennet": Defining One's Self through Austen's Third Novel     119

Reid, E. Shelley    •    Starting Somewhere Better: Revisiting Multiculturalism in First-Year Composition     65

Root, Robert L., Jr.    •    Variations on a Theme of Putting Nonfiction in Its Place     289

Salibrici, Mary M., and Richard C. Salter    •    The Transitional Space of Hidden Writing: A Resource for Teaching Critical Insight and Concern     215

Salter, Richard C.    •    see Salibrici, Mary M.

Selfe, Cynthia L.    •    see Hawisher, Gail E.

Spinner, Jenny    •    When "Macaroni and Cheese Is Good" Enough: Revelation in Creative Nonfiction     316

Taylor, Marcy    •    see Holberg, Jennifer L.

Uehling, Karen S.    •    The Flow of River Writing: Framing a Creative Nonfiction Class     313

Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew    •    Respond Now! E-mail, Acceleration, and a Pedagogy of Patience     365


Allbaugh, Thomas    •    Active Learning: Some Questions for Literary Studies (Martin Bickman, Minding American Education: Reclaiming the Tradition of Active Learning)     469

Barnard, Donna    •    A Dose of Adios (Gary and Glynis Hoffman, Adios, Strunk and White: A Handbook for the New Academic Essay, 3rd ed.) 485 [End Page 510]

Bickman, Martin    •    Minding American Education: Reclaiming the Tradition of Active Learning, reviewed by Thomas Allbaugh 469; reviewed by Gerald Nelms     475

Bickman, Martin    •    Moving from the Margins (Elaine Showalter, Teaching Literature)     141

Blau, Sheridan    •    The Literature Workshop: Teaching Texts and Their Readers, reviewed by David Thorburn 344; reviewed by Patricia Lambert Stock     498

Chaney, Christine    •    Sweet Dreams (Elaine Showalter, Teaching Literature)     155

Greer, Jane    •    Letting Our Students' Voices "Out at Last" (Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, ed., The Pedagogical Wallpaper: Teaching Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wall-Paper")     331

Hoffman, Gary, and Glynis Hoffman    •    Adios, Strunk and White: A Handbook for the New Academic Essay, 3rd ed., reviewed by Donna Barnard 485; reviewed by Dustin Hopkins 490; reviewed by Leigh Ann Weatherford     492

Hoffman, Glynis    •    see Hoffman, Gary

Hopkins, Dustin    •    An Unorthodox Approach to Learning the Art of Writing (Gary and Glynis Hoffman, Adios, Strunk and White: A Handbook for the New Academic Essay, 3rd ed.)     490

Kalikoff, Beth    •    Not Your Father's Literature Classroom (Elaine Showalter, Teaching Literature)     150

Murphy, Karla J.    •    The Pedagogical Possibilities...


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