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  • 1. Editors' Introduction—Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor

    2. The Two Nations—George Levine

    3. Hidden Intellectualism—Gerald Graff

    4. "Writing Across the Curriculum" and the Paradoxes of Institutional Initiatives—Deborah H. Holdstein

    5. Contingencies and Intersections: The Formation of Pedagogical Canons—Susan VanZanten Gallagher

    6. Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Teacherly Ethos—Marshall Gregory

    7. How It Is: Teaching Women's Poetry in British Romanticism Classes—Harriet Kramer Linkin

    8. The Materiality of Language and the Pedagogy of Exchange—David Bleich

    9. "Reading Fiction/Teaching Fiction": A Pedagogical Experiment—Jerome McGann in collaboration with John Griffith, Jennifer Kremer, Rebecca L. Kroeger, Brooks Moriarty, Jason Pikler, Bennett Simpson, and Kate Stephensonin

    10. Editor’s Introduction—Elizabeth Blackburn-Brockman

    11. When No Answer Might Be the Best Answer—Kristie S. Fleckenstein

    12. Cutting Class in the Multicultural Literature Classroom—Vivyan C. Adair and Sandra L. Dahlberg

    13. Academic Communications and the Graduate Student—John M. Swales and Christine B. Feak

    14. English-Language Creative Writing in Hong Kong: Colonial Stereotype and Process—Shirley Geok-lin Lim

    15. A Flare from the Margins: The Place of Professional Writing in English Departments—Kathryn Rentz

    16. Editor’s Introduction—Christine Chaney

    17. Knowing Your Audience and the Limits of Critique—Kirk Branch

    18. Courage in the Heart—Susan A. Schiller

    19. Increasing the Deadness—Roger Sale

    20. Placing the Canon: Literary History and the Longman Anthology of British Literature—George Drake

    21. Norton and Longman Travel Separate Roads—Karen Saupe

    22. The Mirror and the Window: Reflections on Anthology Construction—David Damrosch

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