1. Editors' Introduction
  2. Jennifer L. Holberg, Marcy Taylor
  3. pp. 145-148
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  1. Letter to the Editors
  2. Ruth Misheloff
  3. pp. 149-150
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Commentary

  1. The Strangeness of Creative Writing: An Institutional Query
  2. Shirley Lim
  3. pp. 151-169
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Articles

Symposium
Teach The Faerie Queene in a Week? Spenser in Today's Curriculum

  1. "Clowdily Enwrapped in Allegorical Deuices": The Joys and Perils of Teaching Spenser's Epic
  2. Sheila T. Cavanagh
  3. pp. 171-177
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  1. What I Really Teach When I'm Teaching Spenser
  2. Judith H. Anderson
  3. pp. 177-183
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  1. " Mishaps. . . Maistred by Aduice Discrete": Teaching The Faerie Queene
  2. Daniel T. Lochman
  3. pp. 184-190
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  1. Teaching Spenser As Fantasy Literature; or, How to Lure Unsuspecting Undergraduates into a Spenser Course
  2. Susannah Brietz Monta
  3. pp. 191-196
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  1. Whose Poem Is This Anyway? Teaching Spenser through the Stanza Workshop
  2. John Webster
  3. pp. 197-203
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  1. Postpositivist Realism in the Multicultural Writing Classroom: Beyond the Paralysis of Cultural Relativism
  2. Laurie Grobman
  3. pp. 205-225
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  1. Freirean Codifications: Changing Walls into Windows
  2. Irvin Peckham
  3. pp. 227-244
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Symposium
Teaching the Conflicts at Twenty Years

  1. Conflicts over Conflicts
  2. Steve Benton
  3. pp. 245-249
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  1. Jerry's Blind Spot
  2. Jane P. Tompkins
  3. pp. 250-252
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  1. We Really Do Not Know How to Disagree with Each Other
  2. Jeffrey Wallen
  3. pp. 253-256
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  1. Gerald Graff at the Museum of Natural History
  2. Robin Valenza
  3. pp. 256-259
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  1. Graff and the Left
  2. David R. Shumway
  3. pp. 259-262
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  1. Technologizing the Conflicts: Graff and the Web
  2. Craig Stroupe
  3. pp. 263-266
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  1. Conflict Clarifies: A Response
  2. Gerald Graff
  3. pp. 266-273
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From the Classroom

  1. English Education Students and Professional Identity Development: Using Narrative and Metaphor to Challenge Preexisting Ideologies
  2. Janet Alsup
  3. pp. 277-280
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  1. Reflections on Teaching Sports Literature in the Academy
  2. Tracy J. R. Collins
  3. pp. 281-285
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  1. Simple, Surprising, Useful? Three Questions for Judging Teaching Methods
  2. William Palmer
  3. pp. 285-287
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  1. Early American Print Culture in a Digital Age: Pedagogical Possibilities
  2. Scott Ellis
  3. pp. 288-291
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Reviews

Roundtable
Reviews of Literature and Lives: A Response-Based, Cultural Studies Approach to Teaching English, by Allen Carey-Webb

  1. Associate Editor's Introduction
  2. George Drake
  3. pp. 293-294
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  1. Practicing What We Teach: A Response-Based, Cultural Studies Approach to Reviewing Literature and Lives
  2. Jeraldine R. Kraver
  3. pp. 295-303
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  1. Literature, Lives, and Teachers
  2. John Allen
  3. pp. 304-311
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  1. Let Teaching Take Its Course
  2. David Swerdlow
  3. pp. 311-318
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 321-324
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