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1. Editors’ Introduction–Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor
2. Letter to the Editors–Ruth Misheloff
3. The Strangeness of Creative Writing: An Institutional Query–Shirley Geok-lin Lim
4. Symposium: Teach The Faerie Queene in a Week? Spenser in Today’s Curriculum
5. “Clowdily Enwrapped in Allegorical Deuices”: The Joys and Perils of Teaching Spenser’s Epic–Sheila T. Cavanagh
6. What I Really Teach When I’m Teaching Spenser–Judith H. Anderson
7. “Mishaps . . . Maistred by Aduice Discrete”: Teaching The Faerie Queene–
Daniel T. Lochman
8. Teaching Spenser As Fantasy Literature; or,How to Lure Unsuspecting Undergraduates into a Spenser Course–Susannah Brietz Monta
9. Whose Poem Is This Anyway? Teaching Spenser through the Stanza
10. Postpositivist Realism in the Multicultural Writing Classroom: Beyond the
Paralysis of Cultural Relativism–Laurie Grobman
11. Freirean Codifications: Changing Walls into Windows–Irvin Peckham
12. Symposium: Teaching the Conflicts at Twenty Years
13. Conflicts over Conflicts–Steve Benton
14. Jerry’s Blind Spot–Jane Tompkins
15. We Really Do Not Know How to Disagree with Each Other–Jeffrey Wallen
16. Gerald Graff at the Museum of Natural History–Robin Valenza
17. Graff and the Left–David R. Shumway
18. Technologizing the Conflicts: Graff and the Web–Craig Stroupe
19. Conflict Clarifies: A Response–Gerald Graff
From the Classroom
20. English Education Students and Professional Identity Development: Using Narrative and Metaphor to Challenge Preexisting Ideologies–Janet Alsup
21. Reflections on Teaching Sports Literature in the Academy–Tracy J. R. Collins
22. Simple, Surprising, Useful? Three Questions for Judging Teaching Methods–
23. Early American Print Culture in a Digital Age: Pedagogical Possibilities–Scott Ellis
24. Roundtable: Reviews of Literature and Lives: A Response-Based, Cultural Studies Approach to Teaching English, by Allen Carey-Webb
25. Associate Editor’s Introduction–George Drake
26. Practicing What We Teach: A Response-Based, Cultural Studies Approach
to Reviewing Literature and Lives–Jeraldine Kraver
27. Literature, Lives, and Teachers–John Allen
28. Let Teaching Take Its Course–David Swerdlow
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This issue fuses theoretical approaches and practical realities with its two featured symposiums of articles on Gerald Graff and teaching conflicts and on how to teach Spenser’s The Faerie Queene in a week.
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