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    Editors’ Introduction - Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor


    English Program Assessment and the Institutional Context - John M. Ulrich


    Liminal Spaces and Research Identity: The Construction of Introductory Composition Students as Researchers - James P. Purdy and Joyce R. Walker


    Introduction - Kirilka Stavreva and Christopher Kleinhenz

    Medieval Rhetoric and the Commedia - Michelle Bolduc

    Using Dante to Teach the Middle Ages: Examples from Medieval Southern Italian History - Joanna H. Drell

    Teaching the Divine Comedy’s Understanding of Philosophy - Jason Aleksander

    Suffering in Hell: The Psychology of Emotions in Dante’s Inferno - John Alcorn

    The Triple Cord: Teaching Dante’s Divine Comedy and Creativity - Kirilka Stavreva

    Dante in the Italian Renaissance of Art - Lisa Bixenstine Safford

    Teaching Dante as a Visionary Prophet - Anne L. Clark

    Virtual Cities: GIS as a Tool for the Analysis of Dante’s Commedia - Louis I. Hamilton

    Lighting Their Own Path: Student-Created Wikis in the Commedia Classroom - Elizabeth Dolly Weber

    Introducing Undergraduates to Books in the Age of Dante—in Twenty Minutes or Less - Melissa Conway


    Teaching Literature like a Foreign Language; or, What I Learned When I Switched Departments - Catherine Mainland

    Pedagogical Approaches to Diversity in the English Classroom: A Case Study of Global Feminist Literature - Julie M. Barst

    Discourses on the Vietnam War: Teaching from Many Perspectives - Bunkong Tuon


    Occupy U: The Timely Call of Henry A. Giroux’s On Critical Pedagogy - Michael Sutcliffe

    On Critical Pedagogy. Henry A. Giroux. New York: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2011.

    Everything Old Is New Again - Yvonne Bruce

    The Evolution of College English: Literacy Studies from the Puritans to the Postmoderns. Thomas P. Miller. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011.

    Notes from Post–9/11 Classrooms: Parsing Representation and Reality - Beth Stickney

    Teaching the Literature of Today’s Middle East. Allen Webb, David Alvarez, Blain H. Auer, Monica Mona Eraqi, Jeffrey A. Patterson, Vivan Steemers. New York: Routledge, 2012.


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