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STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE TEACHING

TEACHING THE MIDDLE AGES (TMA)

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Teaching the Middle Ages (TMA) volumes are selections of papers in medieval pedagogy which were presented at four different "Teaching the Middle Ages Conferences" in the Midwest from 1982 to 1990. Each volume represents the individual voices of speakers on widely differing approaches to a variety of subjects, reflecting evidence of the interdisciplinary appeal of the pre-Renaissance culture of Europe.


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1982 (Volume I)

(CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY, WARRENSBURG, 1980)

LARRY D. BENSON Why Study the Middle Ages?

WILLIAM C. HALE The Germanic Tradition in Medieval Literature

JOHN VAN DYK On Teaching the Unity of the Middle Ages

JIMMY C. COUCH Juvenile Fiction and the Middle Ages

PHILIP NILES Evolution in Medieval History

JOHN A. GUEGUEN The Synthesis of Classical Wisdom

WINNIFRED J. GEISSLER The Unicorn in the Classroom

GLADYS THUM The Child of the Medieval Days

LINDA S. PICKLE Teaching Women in the Middle Ages

JACK H. WHITE The Feasts in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight as Microcosms of Meaning and Structure

DENNIS P. SLATTERY The Image of the Body as an Aid in Teaching Dante's Purgatory

DAVID L. WAGNER The Seven Liberal Arts: A Comprehensive Approach to Medieval Culture

LINDA DAVIDSON and DAVID M. GITLITZ An Academic Program in the Year 1179: The Pilgrimage to Santiago

RICHARD M. CHISHOLM Organizing a Medieval Studies Minor: The Experience at Plymouth State in New Hampshire

RICHARD KAY The Satellite System for Teaching the Middle Ages

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1985 (Volume II)

(WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, MACOMB, 1983)

MORTON W. BLOOMFIELD Teaching Medieval Romance

KENNETH D. OSTRAND Where Have All the Students Gone: Toward a Revival of Medieval Studies

JAMES R. PRESCOTT A Comparative Approach to Teaching the History and Culture of the Middle Ages to Ninth and Tenth Graders

BARBARA ANDERSON LEECH The Medieval Image of Man

ROBERTA BUX BOSSE Teaching Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Texts as Woman's Studies

MILLA B. RIGGIO Music, Manuscripts, and Messes: Teaching Anglo-Saxon at Trinity College

MARTHA SUTHERLAND Medieval Calligraphy: History and Studio Production

ALISON STONES Teaching Medieval Art: A Disciplinary Approach

CHRISTIE K. FENGLER and WILLIAM A. STEPHANY Medieval Art and Drama: An Interdisciplinary Approach

LESLEY KORDECKI Fables: The Moral of the Story

WILLIAM URBAN How to Teach the Crusades

THOMAS L. KINNEY The Legend of King Arthur: A Medieval Course for the Non-Major

MIRIAM YOUNGERMAN MILLER To the Past Through the Present: Medievalism as an Approach to Medieval Literature

RICHARD W. CLEMENT Codicology as an Introduction to Medieval Literature

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1989 (Volume III)

(EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY, KANSAS, 1984)

JOSEPH MAROTTA The Part in the Whole: The Use of the Episode in Teaching Medieval Narrative Literature

HARRIET B. HUDSON Teaching Medieval Literature with Medieval Books

MARIAN DAVIS The Background for Middle English Literature: Saint Francis as Focal Figure

BRIAN DALSIN Charlemagne as a Focus for the Medieval Survey

LOIS ALLEN CHAPMAN Medieval Literature in the Community College Classroom

CARLA L. KLAUSNER and LINDA EHRSAM VOIGTS History and Literature Courses Meet at Medieval Courts

JOHN SCHWETMAN Minor Middle English Poems: A Context for Medieval Studies

SUSANNE RIQUETTI Medieval Literature in the High School Classroom

DELMAR C. HOMAN Simplicity and Intricacy: Two Aesthetic Styles in Medieval Literature and Art

SHERRY KAY, JERRY STANNARD, and RICHARD KAY Medieval Cookery for Credit

THEODORE M. ANDERSSON The Middle Age

THOMAS F. MAYER Palaeography in the Medieval Survey

JILL McDONALD Teaching the Medieval Mystics: Mechthild von Magdeburg

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1990 (Volume IV)

(EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY, KANSAS, 1990)

FLORENCE H. RIDLEY Teaching the Middle Ages: The Challenge of Chaucer

DAVID STANLEY Considerations in Teaching Medieval Art

MARION F. FREEMAN Teaching Medieval Literature with Topoi

WINNIFRED J. GEISSLER Beowulfian Drama

KENNETH E. CUTLER Domesday Project

SHARON S. STEPHENS Teaching Medieval Mythology

DIANE MOCKRIDGE Medieval Mini-Seminars for Freshmen and Sophomores: "King Arthur and Legendary History" and "Courtly Love: Fact or Fiction?"

STEVEN R. GUTHRIE Teaching the Middle English Lyric

RUTH E. HAMILTON Teaching Arthur: A Model Humanities Project

ANN T. BERTAGNOLLI Malory's Le Morte Darthur: A Study in Genre

STEVEN M. TAYLOR Teaching the "Trickster": Renart, Pathelin, and Martin Guerre

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