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A Note from the Editors - Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Teaching Medieval Literature off the Grid - Nathanial B. Smith and Gina Brandolino
Studying Audiences off the Grid
Medieval Prime Time: Entertaining the Family in Fifteenth-Century England—and Educating Students in Twenty-First-Century America - Myra J. Seaman
Drinking Feasts and Insult Battles: Bringing Anglo-Saxon Pedagogy into the Contemporary Classroom - Harold C. Zimmerman
Critical Pleasure, Visceral Literacy, and the Prik of Conscience - Moira Fitzgibbons
Teaching Innocent’s Legacy: Middle English Texts for Commoners - Gina Brandolino
Off-the-Grid Authors and Traditions
Loading Jewry into the Medieval Canon - Theodore L. Steinberg
The Languages of British Literature and the Stakes of Anthologies - Matthieu Boyd
Teaching off the Literary Grid with Hildegard of Bingen’s Physica - Andreea Boboc
Thomas Hoccleve’s Particular Appeal - David Watt
Off the Grid for Forty Years: Bringing John Gower into the Classroom - R. F. Yeager
Re-forming Our Early English Curricula - Katherine Steele Brokaw
Form and Reform: Reading across the Fifteenth Century. Edited by Shannon Gayk and Kathleen Tonry. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2011.
Teaching Pilgrimage through Primary Texts - Damian Fleming
Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages: A Reader. Edited by Brett Edward Whalen. Readings in Medieval Civilizations and Cultures 16. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011.
More Than Something on the Side: Teaching Medieval Romance - Alex Mueller
A Companion to Medieval Popular Romance. Edited by Raluca L. Radulescu and Cory James Rushton. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2009.
“We therefore ben tawht of that was write tho”: Teaching Gower in the Classroom - Conrad van Dijk
Approaches to Teaching the Poetry of John Gower. Edited by R. F. Yeager and Brian W. Gastle. New York: Modern Language Association, 2011.
Teachable Henryson, Accessible Middle Scots - Julie Orlemanski
Robert Henryson: The Complete Works. Edited by David J. Parkinson. TEAMS Middle English Texts Series. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications,2010.
De-centering Chaucer, Emphasizing His Contemporaries - Nathanial B. Smith
A Companion to Chaucer and His Contemporaries: Texts and Contexts. Edited by Laurel Amtower and Jacqueline Vanhoutte. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2009.
John Lydgate’s “Noble Devices” - Corey Sparks
John Lydgate: Mummings and Entertainments. Edited by Claire Sponsler. TEAMS Middle English Text Series. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 2010.
Interlocking Genres: A New Approach to Surveys of Anglo-Saxon Literature - Eric R. Carlson
The Cambridge Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature. By Hugh Magennis.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Handling Medieval Literature - Thomas H. Crofts
The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature in English. Edited by Elaine Treharne and Greg Walker. Oxford: Oxford
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