CFP for MLA 2019: Digital Peer Review, Public Writing, and Scholarly Communication in Undergraduate Teaching

CFP for MLA 2019 in Chicago Digital Peer Review, Public Writing, and Scholarly Communication in Undergraduate Teaching This will be submitted as an “Innovative Proposal” special session.  Depending on the abstracts received, the final form of the session might take a Speed Geeking or PechaKucha format.  Please note that as a special session, our acceptance… Read More CFP for MLA 2019: Digital Peer Review, Public Writing, and Scholarly Communication in Undergraduate Teaching

Where I’ll Be, Online and Off: Summer 2016

It’s been a busy end of the semester:  wrapping up classes, the inauguration of a new president at Widener, several days of faculty development workshops (including a discussion of reimagining promotion and tenure featuring NAC&U colleague David Saloman, from the Sage Colleges). I’m particularly proud of the students in ENGL 301: Methods of Literary Study—they… Read More Where I’ll Be, Online and Off: Summer 2016

MSA 17: Teaching Modernist Women and Thinking Back Through Our Mothers

(I don’t usually do this, but I’m cross-posting between my blog and the MLA Commons site that’s currently the hub for developing “Options for Teaching Modernist Women’s Writing in English.”  I wanted to do a reflection on MSA anyway, and I’m glad to share it here for any readers interested in possibly sending a submission for… Read More MSA 17: Teaching Modernist Women and Thinking Back Through Our Mothers