1. Who Are You Calling “Coddled”?: “Cloistered Virtue” and Choosing Literary Texts in a Middle Eastern University
  2. Marielle Risse
  3. pp. 415-427
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  1. Integrating Stephen Douglas
  2. Christopher Hanlon
  3. pp. 429-452
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  1. Translation and the Future of Early World Literature
  2. Susan E. Hrach
  3. pp. 453-467
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  1. Literature and Influence: A New Model for Introductory Literature Courses
  2. Gillian Steinberg
  3. pp. 469-486
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  1. From “Representative” to Relatable: Constructing Pedagogical Canons Based on Student Ethical Engagement
  2. Stefanie Stiles
  3. pp. 487-503
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  1. Teaching Close Reading Skills in a Large Lecture Course
  2. Theresa Tinkle, Daphna Atias, Ruth M. McAdams, Cordelia Zukerman
  3. pp. 505-535
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  1. Voices Out of a Barren Land: An Approach to Teaching T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land
  2. Michael Brisbois
  3. pp. 537-544
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  1. Teacher-Student Relationships: A Model of Hospitality
  2. Tana Schiewer
  3. pp. 544-548
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  1. Thirteen Ways of Looking at an Essay: Nature Writing through Multiple Lenses
  2. Bev Hogue
  3. pp. 549-553
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  1. Rhetorically Analyzing Online Composition Spaces
  2. Laura A. Ewing
  3. pp. 554-561
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  1. Index to Volume 13
  2. pp. 567-570
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  1. Editors’ Introduction: What Is College For?
  2. Jennifer L. Holberg, Marcy Taylor
  3. pp. 411-414
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 563-565
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