1. Feces on the Philosophy of History! A Manifesto of the MLA Subconference
  2. Bennett Carpenter, Laura Goldblatt, Lenora Hanson, Anna Vitale, Karim Wissa, Andrew Yale
  3. pp. 381-393
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  1. “Moves” toward Rhetorical Civility
  2. Craig Rood
  3. pp. 395-415
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  1. Taking the Text on a Road Trip: Conducting a Literary Field Study
  2. Paul D. Reich, Emily Russell
  3. pp. 417-433
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  1. Innovative Frameworks and Tested Lore for Teaching Creative Writing to Undergraduates in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Kate Kostelnik
  3. pp. 435-454
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  1. Food for Critical Thought: Teaching the Science Fiction of Margaret Atwood
  2. Sean Murray
  3. pp. 475-498
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  1. Literary Discipline in the Margins: How Students Read Comments on Literature Papers
  2. Lisa Schreibersdorf
  3. pp. 499-530
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  1. Resistance Revisited: Resolving Gender Trouble in the First-Year Writing Classroom
  2. Julie Prebel
  3. pp. 531-539
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  1. You Don’t Need Ovaries to Enjoy Madame Bovary! Or, Why Flaubert’s Novel Works in the Critical Reading Classroom
  2. Megan S. Lloyd
  3. pp. 540-551
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  1. A Cognitive Route to Social Justice: Mark Bracher’s Radical Pedagogies
  2. Eric Leake
  3. pp. 553-559
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  1. The Multimodal Turn in Higher Education: On Teaching, Assessing, Valuing Multiliteracies
  2. Lauri Bohanan Goodling
  3. pp. 561-568
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  1. What We Value but Cannot Name
  2. Gretchen L. Dietz
  3. pp. 569-575
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  1. Index to Volume 14
  2. pp. 581-583
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 577-579
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