1. "Tell Me What You [Read], and I'll Tell You Who You Are"Texts about Food and the Readers Who Devour Them
  2. Jeraldine R. Kraver
  3. pp. 391-414
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  1. The State of Scholarship on Teaching Literature
  2. Paul T. Corrigan
  3. pp. 415-432
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  1. Enabling GeographiesMapping Campus Spaces through Disability and Access
  2. Fernando Sánchez
  3. pp. 433-456
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  1. Pedagogy & American Literary Studies (PALS) and the Development of Sustainable Online Teaching Communities
  2. Brianne Jaquette, Shelli Homer, Gregory D. Specter
  3. pp. 457-481
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  1. Flipping Professional DevelopmentEngaging Instructor Needs and Changing the Visibility of WPA Work
  2. Elizabeth Brewer, Nora McCook, Kay Halasek
  3. pp. 483-509
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  1. Delivery, Facilitas, and CopiaJob Market Preparation and the Revival of the Fifth Canon
  2. Joseph Turner
  3. pp. 511-530
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  1. The I Who ArrivesA Meditation on History as Inheritance
  2. Tayana L. Hardin
  3. pp. 531-540
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  1. Multimodalities MultipliedTeaching Comics in an Active Learning Classroom
  2. Chester Scoville
  3. pp. 540-546
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  1. The OED in the Literature Classroom
  2. Tara Williams
  3. pp. 547-550
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  1. "The Course of Her Whimsical Adventures""Fantomina" and Trigger Warnings at a Women's College
  2. Kate Levin
  3. pp. 550-565
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  1. The Uses of DisclosureBuilding a Rhetorical Scaffolding to Fight Stigma in the Writing Classroom
  2. N. Renuka Uthappa
  3. pp. 566-572
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 573-575
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