In this Issue
- Volume 16, Number 1, 2014
- Special Issue: Cognition in the Classroom
- Guest edited by Nancy Easterlin
The hallmark of research today is “interdisciplinary,” and Interdisciplinary Literary Studies exemplifies the diversity, complexity, and rewards of integrating literary study with other methodologies. Drawing upon a broad base of critical theories and applying these to a wide range of literary genres, contributors reward us with daring interpretations, such as a mathematical reading of triangles in Robert Frost’s poetry or an “engaged Buddhist response to trauma” reading of Le Ly Hayslip’s Child of War, Woman of Peace. Editor Kenneth Womack, an author of both nonfiction and fiction (including John Doe No. 2 and the Dreamland Motel [Switchgrass, 2010]) has placed Interdisciplinary Literary Studies squarely in the middle of the conversation.
published byPenn State University Press
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Table of Contents
- Theory of Mind as a Pedagogical Tool
- pp. 89-109
- pp. 203-205
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