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  • Editorial Office:
    Department of English
    Calvin College
    1795 Knollcrest Circle SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49546
    616-526-8508 (fax)

    Founding Coeditors:
    Jennifer L. Holberg, Calvin College
    Marcy Taylor, Central Michigan University

    Column Editors:
    From the Classroom
    Elizabeth Brockman, Central Michigan University
    Mark C. Long, Keene State College

    Managing Editor:
    Isabelle Selles

    Editorial Board:
    Barclay Barrios
    David Bartholomae
    Michael Bérubé
    Martin Bickman
    David Bleich
    Sheila T. Cavanagh
    Shawn Christian
    Dànielle Nicole DeVoss
    Gerald Graff
    Salah Hassan
    Ann Jurecic
    Paul Lauter
    Shirley Geok-lin Lim
    Harriet Kramer Linkin
    Donald Marshall
    Jerome McGann
    Richard E. Miller
    E. Shelley Reid
    Mariolina Salvatori

  • Send submissions to pedagogy@calvin.edu. All references to the author's identity must be removed, or the manuscript will be returned. The journal follows The Chicago Manual of Style, Seventeenth Edition, but at submission, manuscripts in MLA style are acceptable. Consideration will be given to previously unpublished commentary or full-length essays of no more than approximately 10,000 words. Manuscripts meeting these criteria and judged to be within the scope of the journal's mission will be submitted to outside doubly anonymous peer review.

    Send all editorial correspondence to pedagogy@calvin.edu or Pedagogy, Department of English, Calvin College, 1795 Knollcrest Circle SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546.

    Send inquiries about reviews of scholarship, textbooks, and other teaching materials, including pedagogical websites, to the reviews editor, Mark C. Long, Department of English, Keene State College, 101 Parker Hall, Mailstop 1402, Keene, NH 03435; e-mail: mlong@keene.edu. Because of the journal's policy of multiple review, forward three copies of books and other pertinent materials to the review editor.

    Send inquiries about contributing to "From the Classroom" to Elizabeth Brockman, Department of English, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859; e-mail: elizabeth.brockman@cmich.edu.

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  • Description

    Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture is an innovative journal that aims to build and sustain a vibrant discourse around teaching in English studies. In spite of the large role that teaching plays in the lives of most English studies scholars, no other mainstream journal in English devotes itself exclusively to pedagogical issues spanning the entire discipline. By contrast, Pedagogy covers all areas of English studies from literature and literary criticism to composition and cultural studies. It seeks to reverse the long history of the marginalization of teaching and of the scholarship produced around it. Fusing theoretical approaches and practical realities, Pedagogy is an essential resource for teachers.

    Abstractors and Indexers:

    Indexed/abstracted in the following: Academic Search Alumni Edition, Academic Search Complete, Academic Search Elite, Academic Search Premier, Advanced Placement Source, ArticleFirst, Current Abstracts, Education Research Complete, Education Source, Electronic Collections Online, ERIH PLUS, Humanities Source, MLA International Bibliography, Poetry & Short Story Reference Center, TOC Premier, Ulrichsweb.

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