In this Issue
- Volume 76, Number 2, July 2014
- Special Issue: Digital Humanities Pedagogy
An official journal of the College English Association, The CEA Critic publishes scholarly works that, through "close reading" methodology, examine the texts of fiction, poetry, drama, nonfiction, and film studied on the college level. Bridging traditional academic scholarship with practical pedagogy, the journal encompasses a broad range of interests gathered traditionally under English studies: literature, women’s studies, speech, composition, minority studies, creative writing, popular culture, film studies, technical communication, and ESL (English as a Second Language). By focusing on the contextual rather than the theoretical aspects of works, The CEA Critic provides a refreshingly sharp academic and practical perspective for teachers and scholars alike. Published three times a year in Winter, Spring-Summer, and Fall for the College English Association (CEA).
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
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