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STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE TEACHING

STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE TEACHING
(SMART) 

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Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching (SMART) is a journal of essays designed to assist teachers in communicating an understanding of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Since we believe that excellent research and inspired teaching are dual aspects of a revived medieval/ Renaissance curriculum, SMART essays are scholarly and pedagogical, informative and practical.


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Fall 2013 (Volume 20, Issue 2)

GINA BRANDOLINO Margery and “the Juice”: Teaching The Book of Margery Kempe Using O. J. Simpson’s If I Did It

MISTY SCHIEBERLE Barnyard Pedagogy: An Approach to Teaching Chaucer’s Nun’s Priest’s Tale

MICHAEL EVANS A Land War in Asia

CRYSTAL HALL Orlando Furioso: The Board Game

MOLLY MARTIN Malory’s Launcelot and Gwenyver in the Twenty-First-Century Classroom

MICHAEL LIVINGSTON Teaching the Medieval Orpheus: Bridging Mythology and Medieval Literature

KAROLYN KINANE Arthurian Legends in General Education: An Example of Student-Centered Pedagogy

JOSEPH CANDIDO Teaching Students to Listen to Shakespeare

DONALD WINEKE Book Review:  Shakespeare and the Middle Ages: Essays on the Performance and Adaptation of the Plays with Medieval Sources and Settings, edited by Martha W. Driver and Sid Ray

JENNY REBECCA RYTTING Book Review: Women and the Divine in Literature before 1700: Essays in Memory of Margot Louis, edited by Kathryn Kerby-Fulton

KAREN BOLLERMANN Book Review: Milton and Maternal Mortality, by Louis Schwartz

ROBERT GRAYBILL Book Review: Chaucer and Religion, edited by Helen Phillips

E. L. RISDEN Book Review: Humanism, Machinery, and Renaissance Literature, by Jessica Wolfe

BRIGITTE ROUSSEL Book Review:  The Medieval French Pastourelle Tradition: Poetic Motivations and Generic Transformations, by Geri L. Smith

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Spring 2013 (Volume 20, Issue 1)

TEACHING THE MIDDLE AGES AT MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
(collection guest edited by James M. Palmer and Pearl Ratunil)

JAMES M. PALMER and PEARL RATUNIL Introduction: Teaching the Middle Ages at Minority-Serving Colleges and Universities

PEARL RATUNIL “There the White Folks Go Again”: Medieval Studies and the Minority Student

MARY BEHRMAN Thanne Longen Morehouse Men to Goon on Pilgrimages

DONNA CRAWFORD Crossing the “Grisly Rokkes Blak”: Teaching Chaucer at an HBCU

MARY C. OLSON Is Relevance Relevant? Teaching the Middle Ages at an HBCU

KEN A. GRANT Dispelling the Myths: Medieval Studies at a Predominantly Hispanic University

BARBARA A. GOODMAN Fostering Medieval Studies within “Sondry” General Education Curricula

NICOLE CLIFTON Teaching The Man of Law’s Tale

NATHANIAL B. SMITH The Eve Debates: Teaching Milton alongside Anti-Misogyny Literature

BERNARD LEWIS Teaching Chaucer Out Loud

JAY RUUD Book Review:  Logic and Humour in the Fabliaux: An Essay in Applied Narratology, by Roy J. Pearcy

ELIZABETH HYDE Book Review:  The Hammer of Witches: A Complete Translation of the Malleus Maleficarum, by Christopher S. Mackay

TRACEY R. SANDS Book Review:  The Far Traveler: Voyages of a Viking Woman, by Nancy Marie Brown

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Fall 2012 (Volume 19, Issue 2)

TEACHING HERESY
(collection guest edited by Andrew E. Larsen)

ANDREW E. LARSEN The Orthodoxies of Teaching Heresy

JANINE LARMON PETERSON Hit and Run Heresy: Examining Heterodoxy in the Medieval Survey Course

JENNIFER KOLPACOFF DEANE Inquiring Minds: Teaching Inquisitorial History to Undergraduates using Role-Playing

MATTHIEU BOYD The Poems of Blathmac, Son of Cú Brettan, and The Dream of the Rood

E. L. RISDEN The World of the Text: Source Study, Philology, and Teaching the Middle Ages through Tolkien

MAREN CLEGG HYER Cædmon and the WebQuest

ALEX MUELLER A Prehistory of Resistance to Writing Across the Curriculum

SIÂN ECHARD Book Review:  Medievalism, Multilingualism, and Chaucer,  by Mary Catherine Davidson

ADAM FRANKLIN-LYONS Book Review:  England and Iberia in the Middle Ages, 12th–15th Century: Cultural, Literary, and Political Exchanges, edited by María Bullón-Fernández

TRAVIS JOHNSON Book Review:  The Arthurian Way of Death: The English Tradition, edited by Karen Cherewatuk and K. S. Whetter

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Spring 2012 (Volume 19, Issue 1)

TEACHING THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK
(collection guest edited by Michael Johnston)

MICHAEL JOHNSTON Introduction to Teaching the History of the Book

ANDREW TAYLOR Experiencing Authority, Confronting the Cool: Bringing Medieval Book History into the Classroom

DAVID C. MENGEL Teaching the Codex as Writing Technology

ALLISON MURI Teaching the History and Future of the Book

DABNEY A. BANKERT and MARK RANKIN Teaching Medieval and Early Modern Manuscript and Print Culture in Theory and Practice

MICHAEL  JOHNSTON The History of the Book as a Supplement to the Literature Survey

ERIC J. JOHNSON “A closed book is a mute witness”: A Curator’s Approach toward Teaching with Rare Books and Manuscripts

COLLECTION CONTRIBUTORS Annotated Bibliography to Teaching the History of the Book Collection

LESLEY A. COOTE Book Review:  The Harrowing of Hell in Medieval England, by Karl Tamburr

YVONNE BRUCE Book Review:  Women’s Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550–1700, by Kate Chedgzoy

CHRISTOPHER M. BELLITTO Book Review:  Soldiers, Nobles and Gentlemen: Essays in Honour of Maurice Keen, by Peter Coss and Christopher Tyerman

JUDITH FERSTER Book Review:  Chaucer’s Language, by Simon Horobin

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Fall 2011 (Volume 18, Issue 2)

TEACHING ITALY
(collection guest edited by Barbara Stevenson)

BARBARA STEVENSON Introduction to Teaching Italy

MARY BETH LONG Gum-Poppers Deserve their Own Level of Hell: Teaching the Inferno to Baptists

BARBARA STEVENSON Representations of Saladin in the (New) Middle Ages

KURT M. BOUGHAN Teaching Goro Dati’s Libro segreto

KATHRYN A. HALL Teaching Christine de Pizan and the Text via Late Medieval Book Production in Bologna and Paris

CARL GRINDLEY The Whisper Game: Teaching Stemmatics

DARCI N. HILL Altered Arguments: A Textual Analysis of George Herbert’s “Man”

JAY RUUD “A Great Flash of Understanding”: Teaching Dante and Mysticism

ALEXANDRA COOK “Why Study the Middle Ages?”  On Re-Imagining the Medieval Literature Survey

JOHN M. GANIM Book Review:  Illustrating Camelot, by Barbara Tepa Lupack with
Alan Lupack

ANTHONY J. CÁRDINAS-ROTTUNNO Book Review:  The Arts of Intimacy: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Making of Castilian Culture, by Jerrilyn D. Dodds, María Rosa Menocal, and Abigail Krasner Balbale

LESLEY A. COOTE Book Review:  Shakespeare Films in the Making: Vision, Production and Reception, by Russell Jackson

GWENDOLYN MORGAN Book Review:  Key Concepts in Medieval Literature, by Elizabeth Solopova and Stuart D. Lee

EDWARD CHRISTIE Book Review:  Imaginary Worlds in Medieval Books: Exploring the Manuscript Matrix, by Martha Dana Rust

ROBERT GRAYBILL Book Review:  The Medieval British Literature Handbook, edited by Daniel T. Kline

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Spring 2011 (Volume 18, Issue 1)

TEACHING POSTCOLONIA HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
(collection guest edited by Michael Matto)

MICHAEL MATTO Foreword: Teaching Postcolonial History of the English Language

ANDREW TROUP Postcolonial HEL: Where Do I Find Room on My Syllabus?

ELISE E. MORSE-GAGNÉ From Sutton Hoo to Tougaloo: Teaching HEL at an HBCU

ROBERT STANTON Teaching Varieties of English in the HEL Classroom

K. AARON SMITH Standardization after 1600 and Its Effects on Two Domains of English Linguistic Structure

JOSHUA PARENS Showing Students the Importance of Political Philosophy in Medieval Islamic and Jewish Philosophy

JANE BLANCHARD Staying on Course with Spenser

GAVIN T. RICHARDSON Practical Paleography in the Chaucer Classroom

JENNY ADAMS Breaking the Waves: Margery Kempe Goes South

ROBERT BRAID Book Review:  Deviance and Power in Late Medieval London, by Frank Rexroth, translated by Pamela E. Selwyn

NIALL SHANKS Book Review:  The Black Death  1346–1353: The Complete History, by Ole J. Benedictow

MEL STORM Book Review:  Chaucerian Spaces: Spatial Poetics in Chaucer’s Opening Tales, by William F. Woods

AMY MORRIS Book Review:  Mary Queen of Scots: An Illustrated Life, by Susan Doran

REBECCA BRUNSON Book Review:  The Yale Companion to Chaucer, edited by Seth Lerer

DAVID J. DUNCAN Book Review:  The Seventh Crusade, 1244–1254: Sources and Documents, edited by Peter Jackson

CATHERINE R. ESKIN Book Review:  Romance for Sale in Early Modern England: The Rise of Prose Fiction, by Steve Mentz

GWENDOLYN MORGAN Book Review:  Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing, by Lara Farina

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Fall 2010 (Volume 17, Issue 2)

TEACHING THE MIDDLE AGES WITH MANUSCRIPTS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
(collection guest edited by David Watt)

DAVID WATT Introduction: “Olde Bokes . . . Newe Science”: Remediation in the Medieval Classroom

ALEX MUELLER Wikipedia as Imago Mundi

DAVID WATT Does Size Matter to Students Working with Manuscripts Today? A Case Study

SONJA DRIMMER Illuminating Remediation: Recapturing Medieval Modes of Reading and Looking in the Classroom

JAMES LONG Peeling the Onion: Rescuing Timeless Truth from Its Time-Bound Setting

JOSEPH P. HUFFMAN Between History and Romance: Teaching Medieval Culture to Undergraduates through Chivalric Biography

DOMINIQUE BATTLES The Chaucer Seminar: Rethinking the Long Research Paper

THOMAS SHIPPEY Book Review: The Keys of Middle-Earth: Discovering Medieval Literature through the Fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien, by Stuart D. Lee and Elizabeth Solopova

SIÂN ECHARD Book Review: Virtually Anglo-Saxon: Old Media, New Media, and Early Medieval Studies in the Late Age of Print, by Martin K. Foys

MICHAELA PAASCHE GRUDIN Book Review: Boccaccio’s Naked Muse: Eros, Culture, and the Mythopoeic Imagination, by Tobias Foster Gittes

ALFRED K. SIEWERS Book Review: Ents, Elves, and Eriador: The Environmental Vision of J. R. R. Tolkien, by Matthew Dickerson and Jonathan Evans

CHRISTOPHER M. BELLITTO Book Review: The Christianity Reader, edited by Mary Gerhart and Fabian E. Udoh

LESLEY A. COOTE Book Review: The Children’s Crusade: Medieval History, Modern Mythistory, by Gary Dickson

MEG ROLAND Book Review: Malory’s Contemporary Audience: The Social Reading of Romance in Late Medieval England, by Thomas H. Crofts

STEPHEN F. EVANS Book Review: Teaching Chaucer, edited by Gail Ashton and Louise Sylvester

SUSAN KENDRICK Book Review: Vulgar Eloquence: On the Renaissance Invention of English Literature, by Sean Keilen

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Fall 2010 (Volume 17, Issue 1)

TEACHING THE MYSTICS
(guest edited by Christopher Roman)

CHRISTOPHER ROMAN Introduction: Teaching the Mystics

WILLIAM HODAPP Teaching Mystics in Undergraduate Medieval Studies Courses: The Case of Hildegard of Bingen

CAROL BLESSING “But Julian of Norwich said Jesus is a girl!”: Teaching Medieval Mystical Works by Females at a Conservative Protestant University

LISA LETTAU Julian of Norwich: A Problem-Based Approach

DEBRA BEST Monsters of Medieval England: A Course Outline

LESLIE JOAN CAVELL Digital Savvy: Meeting Our Students Halfway

DANA OSWALD “The lyf so short, the crafts so long to lerne”: Reading Chaucer in Translation in the British Literature Survey Class

WILLIAM F. HODAPP Book Reviews: REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years, edited by Audrey Douglas and Sally-Beth MacLean  &  Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama, edited by Elza C. Tiner

BRIGITTE ROUSSEL Book Review: The Medieval Chastity Belt: A Myth-Making Process, by Albrecht Classen

JEAN E. JOST Book Review: Pulp Fictions of Medieval England: Essays in Popular Romance, by Nicola McDonald

JOHN M. GANIM Book Review: The Book of John Mandeville, edited by Tamarah Kohanski and C. David Benson

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Fall 2009 (Volume 16, Issue 2)

TEACHING THE QUEST
(collection guest edited by Barbara Stevenson and Frances B. Holt)

BARBARA STEVENSON and FRANCES B. HOLT Preface: Teaching the Quest

EDWARD DONALD KENNEDY "Follow the Gleam": The Grail Quest in Medieval and Post-Medieval Literature

PHIL PURSER "There and Back Again": J. R. R. Tolkien and the Literature of the Medieval Quest

JEAN E. JOST A Comparative Examination of the European Holy Grail Romances in One Undergraduate Medieval Literature Course

ROBIN Y. HUFF and CAROLA MATTORD Interdisciplinary Approaches to German Crusade Literature in Translation with Selective Bibliography

CARMEN ACEVEDO BUTCHER WebQuesting after the Heroine in Hildegard's Ordo Virtutum

JOSEPHINE A. KOSTER 'It's Only a Model': The Quest for King Arthur in Film and Literature Classes

TISON PUGH Teaching the Genders of Medieval Romance with Parodies: A Case Study Featuring Guerin's "Long-Assed Berenger," Chaucer's "Tale of Sir Thopas," and Monty Python and the Holy Grail

ALEXANDRE LEUPIN Book Review: The French Fetish from Chaucer to Shakespeare, by Deanne Williams

SARAH STANBURY Book Review: Privacy and Solitude in the Middle Ages, by Diana Webb

CHRISTINA FRANCIS Book Review: The Reign of Chivalry, by Richard Barber

YVONNE BRUCE Book Review: Kenneth Burke on Shakespeare, edited by Scott L. Newstok

STEPHEN M. WAGNER Book Review: Medieval Art: A Resource for Educators, by Michael Norris

BARBARA HANAWALT Book Review: The Goodman of Paris: A Treatise on Moral and Domestic Economy by a Citizen of Paris, c. 1393, translated with introduction and notes by Eileen Power

MICHAEL MCGLYNN Book Review: The Victors and the Vanquished: Christians and Muslims of Catalonia and Aragon, 1050-1300, by Brian A. Catlos

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Spring 2009 (Volume 16, Issue 1)

TEACHING THE MIDDLE AGES THROUGH TRAVEL
(collection guest edited by David Sprunger and Roy Hammerling

DAVID SPRUNGER and ROY HAMMERLING Introduction: Teaching the Middle Ages through Travel

ROY HAMMERLINGand DAVID SPRUNGER Maximum Engagement: Concordia College Embedded Exploration Seminars

JANET SCHRUNK ERICKSEN A May Session Course in York, England

DABNEY A. BANKERT Teaching the Middle Ages through Travel in a Semester Residential Program

KARLA KNUTSON Reflections on Studying the Middle Ages Abroad: A Former Student's Thoughts and Suggestions

ALISON GANZE Postscript to the Middle Ages: Teaching Umberto Eco's The Name of the Rose in a Medieval Literature Survey

ALISON A. BAKER Doing the Math in an English Class: Leading Quantitative Learners to Become Critical Readers

STEPHANNIE S. GEARHART "Take My Part": Using Generational Conflict to Teach King Lear

GALE R. OWEN-CROCKER Image, Fact, and the Critical Imagination: Teaching Anglo-Saxon Studies through Archaeology

RAYMOND L. CALABRESE Book Review: Beowulf for Business: The Modern Warrior's Guide to Career Building, by E. L. Risden

DAVID J. DUNCAN Book Review: The Rare and Excellent History of Saladin or al-Nawādir al-Sultāniyya wa‘l-Mahāsin al-Yūsufiyya, by Bahā’ al-Dīn Ibn Shaddād

MICHAEL D. BAILEY Book Review: The Malleus Maleficarum, selected, translated, and annotated by P. G. Maxwell-Stuart

KAREN BOLLERMANN Book Review: Marriage, Sex, and Civic Culture in Late Medieval London, by Shannon McSheffrey

BRIGITTE ROUSSEL Book Review: A Companion to the Fairy Tale, edited by Hilda Ellis Davidson and Anna Chaudhri

WILLIAM D. PADEN Book Review: Chivalric Fiction and the History of the Novel, by Caroline A. Jewers

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Fall 2008 (Volume 15, Issue 2)

PEDAGOGY OF HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
(guest edited by K. Aaron Smith and Susan M. Kim

K. AARON SMITH and SUSAN M. KIM Introduction

HARUKO MOMMA Prefatory Remarks by the Roundtable Organizer: How the Project Began and Where It Might Go from Here

MICHAEL MATTO Standard English and Standards of English: Where HEL Meets Composition Studies

ROBERT STANTON Reaching High School Teachers and Students in the HEL Classroom

EDWIN DUNCAN Reaching Out: The Web as a Learning Tool

ROBERT D. STEVICK Seasoned Suggestions for Teaching the History of English

MOIRA FITZGIBBONS Using Gullah as a Focal Point in an HEL Course

K. AARON SMITH and SUSAN M. KIM Fighting in Public: Approaches to Team Teaching HEL and Bridging English Studies

MAIRI COWAN Teaching the English Reformation to History Students Through the Music of Thomas Tallis

MARCIA SMITH MARZEC Reading the Cross: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching The Dream of the Rood

ERIN MULLALLY The New Girl in School: Teaching Judith in a Survey Course

ANNA DRONZEK Book Review: Necessary Conjunctions: The Social Self in Medieval England, by David Gary Shaw

JAY RUUD Book Review: Chaucer and the City, edited by Ardis Butterfield

SIAN ECHARD Book Review: Print Culture and the Medieval Author--Chaucer, Lydgate, and Their Books 1473-1557, by Alexandra Gillespie

C. DAVID BENSON Book Review: Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales: A Casebook, edited by Lee Patterson

SANDY FEINSTEIN Book Review: Horse and Man in Early Modern England, by Peter Edwards

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Spring 2008 (Volume 15, Issue 1)

TEACHING THE MIDDLE AGES AT SMALL COLLEGES
(collection guest edited by William Hodapp)

WILIAM F. HODAPP Introduction

BRENT A PITTS Jump-Starting a Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program at a Small Comprehensive College

RICK MCDONALD Enthusiasm and A'muse'ment: Making Students Crazy for Medieval Classes

DOMINIQUE BATTLES and PAUL BATTLES Building a Better Introduction to a Medieval English Literature Course

MICKEY SWEENEY Generating Enthusiasm: Performing Chaucer in the Small Liberal Arts College Classroom

ANDREA SCHUTZ No Tidal Bore at All: Teaching The Seafarer to Maritimers

JOHN D. COTTS Was Bernard of Clairvaux a Republican? The Middle Ages and the Liberal Liberal Arts College

WILLIAM F. HODAPP and TODD WHITE From Scriptorium to Press: The Book as Focus in a Small College Medieval and Renaissance Studies Seminar

SHANNON GAYK Teaching Chaucer's Legacy

ALEXANDER L. KAUFMAN Teaching Medieval Outlaws

DAVID J. DUNCAN Book Review: Osman's Dream: The Story of the Ottoman Empire 1300-1923, by Caroline Finkel

ANNETTE LEZOTTE Book Review: Saints in Medieval Manuscripts, by Greg Buzwell

KATHRYN L. REYERSON Book Review: Housing the Strangerin the Mediterranean World--Lodging, Trade, and Travel in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, by Olivia Remie Constable

SISTER MARY CLEMENTE DAVLIN, OP Book Review: A Guidebook toPiers Plowman, by Anna Baldwin

RICHARD L. HARRIS Book Review: Einarr Skulason's "Geisli": A CriticalEdition, edited by Martin Chase

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Fall 2007 (Volume 14, Issue 2)

THE FUTURE OF THE PAST: ANGLO-SAXON STUDIES IN THE CLASSROOM
(collection guest edited by Glenn Davis and Robin Norris)

JAMES R. MATHIEU Introduction

MARK LACELLE-PETERSON Claiming a Place at the Table: Anglo-Saxons in the Liberal Arts Curriculum

GLENN DAVIS Beowulf in Fourth Period: Anglo-Saxon England in the High School Classroom

CHRISTINA M. FITZGERALD Swords, Sex, and Revenge: Teaching Beowulf and Judith with Tarantinos Kill Bill

ROBIN NORRIS From Beowulf to "Heaneywulf": Bookending the British Literature Survey

MARCIA SMITH MARZEC "Retrieving the Anglo-Saxon Past": A Course Plan

LISA DARIEN Bridging the Gap: Getting Medieval at the Small Liberal Arts College

RONALD STOTTLEMYER A Study-Abroad Course in Anglo-Saxon Culture: On-Site Experiential Learning

RONALD GANZE A Lot about Lote: Pearl, and the Significance of a Single Word

DEREK ANDREW RIVARD Teaching the History of Monasticism with the TEAMS Documents of Practice Series

VICKIE ZIEGLER Book Review: The Medieval Garden, by Sylvia Landsberg

LISA J. KISER Book Review: Literary Landscapes and the Idea of England, 7001400, by Catherine A. M. Clarke

SUSAN KENDRICK Book Review:The Cambridge Introduction to Early English Theatre, by Janette Dillon

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Spring 2o007 (Volume 14, Issue 1)

RETHINKING HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY AND RESEARCH
(collection guest edited by Haruko Momma and Michael Matto)

HARUKO MOMMA and MICHAEL MATTO Foreward

THOMAS CABLE A History of the English Language

GLENN DAVIS Introducing HEL: Three Linguistic Concepts for the First Day of Class

FELICIA JEAN STEELE Studying Like a Scientist: Adapting Successful Pedagogies from the Sciences to HEL

GEOFFREY RUSSOM Literary Form as an Independent Domain of Validation in HEL Pedagogy

MATTHEW GIANCARLO Dialect Recordings as Teaching Tools for History of the English Language

MICHAEL MATTO The English Language in History

K. AARON SMITH The Development of the English Progressive: A Felicitous Problem for the Teaching of HEL

ANDREW GALLOWAY Middle English as a Foreign Language, to "Us" and "Them" (Gower, Langland, and the Author of The Life of St. Margaret)

DANIEL DONOGHUE The Future of Workbooks in Teaching the History of the English Language

HARUKO MOMMA Afterword: HEL for the Monolingual Frame of Mind

GREGORY M. SADLEK Chaucer in the Dock: Literature, Women, and Medieval Antifeminism

DANA SYMONS Long-Lasting Love: Teaming Chaucer with The Trials and Joys of Marriage

WILLIAM H. CLAMURRO Book Review: Juana the Mad Sovereignty and Dynasty in Renaissance Europe, by Bethany Aram

DAVID J. DUNCAN Video Review: Kingdom of Heaven (Widescreen Edition), directed by Sir Ridley Scott

WINTHROP WETHERBEE III Book Review: Dante, Cinema, and Television, edited by Amiulcare A. Iannucci

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Fall 2006 (Volume 13, Issue 2)

GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING
(collection guest edited by Jen Gonyer-Donohue and J. Patrick Hornbeck)

JEN GONYER-DONOHUE and J. PATRICK HORNBECK Introduction

JENNIFER PRICE From Teaching Assistant to Instructor: Five Practical Tips for Planning and Teaching Your Own Course

REBECCA WILCOX Who Needs Medieval Studies? Negotiating Non-Medieval Classrooms and Curricula


JOSHUA BIRK Far A Field: Why Teach in a Discipline Not Your Own?

MICA GOULD and AMANDA KAUFMAN Surviving HEL: Making History of the English Language Applicable

SCOTT D. TROYAN Book Review: Angels and Earthly Creatures: Preaching, Performance, and Gender in the Later Middle Ages, by Claire M. Waters

WINTHROP WETHERBEE III Book Review: The Decameron First Day in Perspective: Volume One of the Lectura Boccaccii, edited by Elissa B. Weaver

MARTHA DRIVER Book Review: The Book Unbound: Editing and Reading Medieval Manuscripts and Texts, edited by Sian Echard and Stephen Partridge

GWENDOLYN MORGAN Book Review: Tolkien and the Invention of MythA Reader, edited by Jane Chance

ELISHEVA CARLEBACH Book Review: The Jewish Enlightenment, by Shmuel Feiner, translated by Chaya Naor

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Spring 2006 (Volume 13, Issue 1)

BARBARA ALTMANN Christine de Pizan in the Classroom: Letting Her Speak and Be Heard

MICHAEL CORNELIUS Teaching Shakespeare from Film for Introductory Literature Courses

MARY M. PADDOCK Minnesang and the Undergraduate in the Twenty-First-Century Classroom

JAY RUUD Julian of Norwich and Piers Plowman: The Allegory of the Incarnation and Universal Salvation

ROBIN HASS BIRKY and DOUGLAS SWARTZ Book Review: Wanton Words: Rhetoric and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama, by Madhavi Menon

DAVID DUNCAN Book Review: Women, Property, and the Letters of the Law in Early Modern England, edited by Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson, and A. R. Buck

SARA NALLE Book Review: Souls in DisputeConverso Identities in Iberia and the Jewish Diaspora, 1580-1700, by David L. Graizbord

JERRY PIERCE Book Review: Regular Life: Monastic, Canonical, and Mendicant Rules, selected and introduced by Daniel Marcel La Corte and Douglas J. McMillan

BRIGITTE ROUSSEL Book Review: Prions en chantant: Devotional Songs of the Trouvres, edited and translated by Marcia Jenneth Epstein

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Fall 2005 (Volume 12, Issue 2)

MAUREEN GILLESPIE DAWSON Weeping, Speaking, and Sewing: Teaching Christine de Pizan's The City of Ladies

BRIAN J. LEVY Raoul de Houdenc Goes to the Movies

DIANE REILLY Teaching Medieval Manuscripts to Studio Art Students: A Case Study

THEODORE L. STEINBERG A Monstrous Regiment of Super-Subtle Venetians

WILLIAM WATTS The Medieval Dream Vision as Survey of Medieval Literature

CATHERINE R. ESKIN Book Review: Sick Economies: Drama, Mercantilism, and Disease in Shakespeare's England, by Jonathan Gil Harris

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Spring 2005 (Volume 12, Issue 1)

2003 TEACHING MEDIEVAL LITERATURE CONFERENCE PAPERS, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY, GEORGIA
(collection guest edited by Barbara stevenson and others)

BARBARA STEVENSON Introduction

BONNIE WHEELER King Arthur and the Seductions of Chivalry

TISON PUGH The Professor as Green Knight: Teaching Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Through the Semiotics of Confusion

MICHAEL CRAFTON Joseph Campbell and Teaching Arthuriana

JEFF MASSEY "What's Wrong with this Picture?" Teaching Arthuriana via the Via Negativa

CAROL JAMISON King Arthur Online:A Brief Navigational Tour of a Web-Enhanced Arthurian Survey Course

CHRISTOPHER M. BELLITTO Book Review: Editing Robert Grosseteste, Papers from the Thirty-Sixth Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, November 3-4, 2000, edited by Evelyn A. Mackie and Joseph Goering

SUSAN L. EINBINDER Book Review: Renewing the Past, Reconfiguring Jewish Culture: From al-Andalus to the Haskalah, by Ross Brann and Adam Sutcliffe

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Fall 2004 (Volume 11, Issue 2)

2001 and 2002 MEDIEVAL ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDWEST CONFERENCE PAPERS: GAUDEO AND MYRTHE: EXTENDING RESEARCH IN MEDIEVAL STUDIES TO THE CLASSROOM
(second of two special issues guest edited by E. L. Risden and Russell Rutter)

E. L. RISDENand RUSSELL RUTTER Preface

RUSSELL RUTTER Identity Politics and the Fragility of Civilization: Teaching Beowulf in the Context of General Education

STEPHEN YANDELL Undergraduate Readers as Narrative Cartographers

E. L. RISDEN Walking Hadrian's Wall: Learning, Teaching, and Pounding the Pavement

KAREN MORANSKI The Romance of History and the History of Romance: Teaching and Researching Scotland

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Spring 2004 (Volume 11, Issue 1)

2001 and 2002 MEDIEVAL ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDWEST CONFERENCE PAPERS: GAUDEO AND MYRTHE: EXTENDING RESEARCH IN MEDIEVAL STUDIES TO THE CLASSROOM
(first of two special issues guest edited by E. L. Risden and Russell Rutter)

E. L. RISDENand RUSSELL RUTTER Preface

SUSAN YAGER Bringing the Classroom into Research

GREG ROPER "Brighten the Corner Where You Are": How I found a Way to Marry Teaching and Research and Just Maybe Be Happy

CARLOS HAWLEY-COLON Scholarship and the Classroom: Navigating the Gulf

TOM CONNOR Whose (Who's) Charlemagne? Charlemagne's Posterity and the Creation of Modern France

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Fall 2003 (Volume 10, Issue 2)

HARRIET HUDSON Surveying the Middle Ages

LESLEY A. COOTE and BRIAN J. LEVY "The Middle Ages Go to the Movies": Medieval Texts, Medievalism, and E-Learning

WILLIAM F. WOODS The Chaucer Foundation: Composition, Social History, and The Canterbury Tales

BRIGITTE ROUSSEL Book Review: Tortured Subjects: Pain, Truth, and The Body in Early Modern France, by Lisa Silverman

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Spring 2003 (Volume 10, Issue 1)

ALAN S. AMBRISCO Teaching the Squire's Tale as an Exercise in Literary History

LISA ROBESON Leaves that are Part of the Tree: Teaching the Past through the Present in a Humanities I Course

BARBARA STEVENSON Antar, an Islamic Counterpoint to Roland

KATHRYN MARIE TALARICO Once? Future? How Do We Teaching Arthur's End?

MARY HARRIS RUSSELL Book Review: Medieval Children, by Nicholas Orme

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Fall 2002 (Volume 9, Issue 2)

ALAN BARAGONA The Once and Future Subject: Why King Arthur Lives on in the Classroom and How Arthuriana Can Help

JOHN WILLIAM HOUGHTON "Twice-Told Tales": Teaching Medievalisms to High School Seniors

NORRIS LACY Unteaching and Teaching the Arthurian Legend

TISON PUGH Chaucer and Genre: A Teaching Model for the Upper-Level Undergraduate Course

MARY FLOWERS BRASWELL Book Review: Chaucer, 1340-1400: The Life and Times of the First English Poet, by Richard West

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Spring 2002 (Volume 9, Issue 1)

MOLLY MORRISON Dante According to John Doe: Using Seven to Teach Dante's Notion of Contrapasso

E. L. RISDEN Teaching Anglo-Saxon Humor or Yes, Virginia, There is Humor in Beowulf

GREGORY ROPER Making Students do the Teaching: Problems of "Brit Lit Survey I"

JAMES SCOTT St. Peter, Aeneas, and the Medieval Evolution of Vergilian Allegory

WILLIAM F. WOODS Cinematic Medievalism: Reflections on a Film Workshop

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Fall 2000 (Volume 8, Issue 2)

MAUREEN FRIES The Mythologizing of Charles T. Wood in Stories of Ladies of the Lake from the Middle Ages to Beyond

JAMES A. GRABOWSKA Let the Text Speak for Itself Revisited: Using Exempla to Teach the Middle Ages

MARGARET P. HASSELMAN Teaching Machaut's Remede de Fortune in an Undergraduate Humanities Course

DANIEL T. KLINE Taming the Labyrinth: An Introduction to Medieval Resources on the World Wide Web

NAOMI REED KLINE Creating and Teaching with the CD-ROM A Wheel of Memory: The Hereford Mappamundi

GREGORY M. SADLEK Visualizing Chaucer's Pilgrim Society: Using Sociograms to Teach the "General Prologue" of The Canterbury Tales

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Spring 2000 (Volume 8, Issue 1)

1998 TEACHING THE MIDDLE AGES CONFERENCE PAPERS, EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY, KANSAS
(collection guest edited by Mel Storm)

MEL STORM Introduction

TERESA BARGETTO-ANDRES Teaching Medieval Translation Culture of Fifteenth-Century Spain

CRAIG A. BOYD "Gratia non tollit naturam sed perficit": Teaching St. Thomas's Summa Theologiae to Undergraduates

GAYLE GASKILL Performance Theory and Research in the Undergraduate Shakespeare Survey

MAUREEN GILLESPIE Love and the Unlovable Hero in Alexis and Roland

SUSAN HALLORAN Gender and Identify: Teaching the Middle Ages in a College Survey Class

JEAN E. JOST Teaching The Canterbury Tales: The Process and the Product

PATRICIA A. NELSON, LINDA A. McMILLIN, AND PEGGY HOLDREN Castles and Kids: Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Teaching the Middle Ages in the Elementary School

EDWARD L. RISDEN Dante's Vita Nuova as Ante-Chapel to the Commedia

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Fall 1999 (Volume 7, Issue 2)

ANN W. ASTELL Seeing Double: Reflections In (and On) the Mirrors of Joan of Arc

REBECCA BARNHOUSE Students Editing Manuscripts

MARY FLOWERS BRASWELL Promoting the Text: Teaching Chaucer Through the Kress Collection

ALEXANDER M. BRUCE Strategies for Introducing Old and Middle English Language and Literature to Beginning Students

NANCY SPATZ Apocalypticism: A Senior Capstone History Seminar

JAMES NORTON Teaching Confession in Milton's Paradise Lost

HUGH RICHMOND Teaching Shakespeare in Performance at the Restored Shakespeare Globe Theatre at Bankside, London

ALEXIS VALK Teaching Medieval Community Life: The Return of Martin Guerre

CINDY VITTO The Perils of Translation, or When is a Knyzt a Gome?

RUSSELL J. MEYER Book Review: The Spenser Encyclopedia, edited by A. C. Hamilton

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Spring 1999 (Volume 7, Issue 1)

CHRISTOPHER M. BELLITTO How the Middle Ages Helped Make Representative Government: A Bibliographic Guide for the Classroom

MARY DOCKRAY-MILLER Medieval Literature and Material Culture

SANDY FEINSTEIN "Teehee" and Teaching Chaucer Cross Culturally in Kansas, Denmark, and Bulgaria

LOUIS G. KELLY Modus significandi rhetoricus: Jean Gerson Against Dialectic

PETER KONIECZNY Searching for Rodrigo Diaz: The Sources of El Cid

PAUL PELLIKKA ACTER, Actors, and Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance

GERARD VERBEKE Medieval Understandings of the Notion of Language in the Aristotelian Tradition

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Fall 1998 (Volume 6, Issue 2)

TEACHING IN THE MIDDLE AGES
(collection guest edited by James J. Murphy)

JAMES J. MURPHY Introduction

GILLIAN R. EVANS The Educational Preoccupation of Twelfth-Century Language Studies: The Development of an Academic Character

ELAINE FANTHAM The Roman Background to Medieval Instruction: The Teaching of Quintilian

SAMUEL JAFFE Commentary as Exposition: The Declaratio oracionis de beata Dorothea of Nicolaus Dybinus

DOUGLAS KELLY The Scope of Medieval Instruction in the Art of Poetry and Prose: Recent Developments in Documentation and Interpretation

R. H. ROBBINS Methods of Teaching Grammar in the Middle Ages: Partitiones/schedographia

JOHN O. WARD The Catena Commentaries on the Rhetoric of Cicero and Their Implications for Development of a Teaching Tradition in Rhetoric

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Spring 1998 (Volume 6, Issue 1)

R. W. CARSTENS Communes and Communities: The Democratic Elements of Medieval Life

DANIEL E. CHRISTIAN "Celestial Cross-Pollination" at Work: High School Students Respond to Dante

KIMBERLY CONTAG What's So Funny About Don Quixote?

BRIAN S. LEE A Girdle Round About the Earth: Some Medieval Perceptions of the World

NORALYN MASSELINK Teaching Donne's Devotions Through the Literature of AIDS

RICHARD OBERDORFER Pursuing the White Boar: Approaches to Teaching Richard III

TERENCE SCULLY An Appetite for Learning

ROBIN HASS Book Review: Arthurian Women: A Casebook, edited with an introduction by Thelma Fenster

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Fall 1997 (Volume 5, Issue 2)

THEODORE M. ANDERSSON Jacques Le Goff on Medieval Humor

NICOLE CLIFTON Teaching Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde to Freshmen

BRIAN DALSIN Developing Students' Personal Views of the Middle Ages: History 201

JAMES A. GRABOWSKA Let the Text Speak for Itself: What Medieval Exempla Can Teach Us About the Middle Ages

ROBERT V. GRAYBILL A Parlor Game for Teaching Imagery

MICHAEL HANRAHAN Teaching Textual Politics

LEE TOBIN McCLAIN Introducing Medieval Romance via Popular Films: Bringing the Other Closer

MICHAEL D. MYERS Teaching Medieval History Through Legend and Film

MARK DAVID RASMUSSEN Feminist Chaucer? Some Implications for Teaching

MARYLYNN SAUL Using a Hypertext Web to Teach the Theme of Love in the Middle Ages

IDA SINKEVIC Sacred Space Seen Through Fish-Eye Lenses

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Spring 1997 (Volume 5, Issue 1)

Part 1 Introduction

RUTH HAMILTON CARA and Secondary School Initiatives

HELEN DAMICO Outreach to the Secondary Schools: The New Mexican Model

Part 2 Outreach to Albuquerque and Beyond

LOU LIBERTY Romance in the Desert: The University-Secondary School Partnership

JONATHA JONES So Who Are All These Dead Guys Anyway?: Peer-Mentoring and the Peer-Mentor

BETH RUSNELL Teaching in the Backcountry: The Need for the Satellite Program

LESLIE A. DONOVAN Extending Outreach to Teachers: A One-Day Workshop in Computer-Integrated Pedagogy for the New Mexico Military Institute

Part 3 Seminars and Workshops

RUTH HAMILTON King Arthur in New Mexico: The First Seminar

PATRICK J. GALLACHER Fairness and Generosity in The Canterbury Tales

MARY WACK Chaucer in the Secondary Schools: Electronic Chaucer

LESLIE A. DONOVAN Computers in the Medieval Classroom: A Round Table Re-Creation in Learning

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Fall 1993 (Volume 4, Issue 2)

ALFRED DAVID From Epic to Romance: A Generic Approach to Sir Gawain and The Green Knight

JAMES BLYTHE and SARAH PRATT The Crusades Game

MARGARET CAIN Grounding from the Ground Up

AYERS BAGLEY A Wolf at School

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Spring 1993 (Volume 4, Issue 1)

DOROTHEA FRENCH Peregrinatio: Pilgrimage as a Nexus for Interdisciplinary Teaching of the Middles Ages

PHYLLIS R. BROWN Penance and Pilgrimage in The Divine Comedy and The Song of Roland

ERIC F. APFELSTADT Art and Architecture Along Pilgrimage Routes to Santiago de Compostela

ROBERTO J. GONZALEZ-CASANOVAS Alfonso X's Model for Castilian Universities

CAROLINE JEWERS Book Review: The Complete Romances of Chretien de Troyes, translated with an introduction by David Staines

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Fall 1992 (Volume 3, Issue 2)

CHARLES T. WOOD In Medieval Studies, Is "To Teach" A Transitive Verb?

BRIAN DALSIN Classroom Use of Primary Documents for Medieval Rural History

ANDREW CRICHTON Medieval History: Selected Reading Lists from Leading American Colleges and Universities in History

KENNETH E. CUTLER Mystery Documents in Early Medieval History

GREGORY ROPER Letting the Students Ask the Questions: Milton and the New Historicism

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Spring 1992 (Volume 3, Issue 1)

FREDERICK KIEFER Renaissance Design: An Interdisciplinary Approach

DEBORAH ROBBINS Urban Communities and Urban Form in the Middle Ages: The Examples of Siena and Florence

SUSAN WARD Teaching Medieval Art History to Art Students

HARRIET McNEAL Book Review: Italian Art, 1400-1500: Sources and Documents, edited by Creighton E. Gilbert

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Fall 1991 (Volume 2, Issue 2)

ANDREW B. CRICHTON Shakespeare's "Out-Heroding Herod": Exploring How He Adapted Medieval Traditions to His Renaissance Theme

THOMAS P. CAMPBELL Medieval Church Plays in a Community Setting

M. REBECCA TATTER-MYERS Portraits of Medieval Communities: Reading Between the Lines in Medieval French Farces

WILLIAM A. CLEMENTE Syr Orfeo: Making Connections

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Spring 1991 (Volume 2, Issue 1)

LARRY BENSON, JOHN FISHER, DEREK PEARSALL (Panelists), ALFRED DAVID (Respondent), ROBERT L. KINDRICK (Moderator) Teaching Chaucer: A Roundtable Discussion

ALFRED DAVID Medieval Communities in The General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales

CELIA MILLWARD Teaching Chaucer in France

ALAN HINDLEY and BRIAN LEVY Spanning Twelfth and Twenty-First Centuries: Computer Technology and the Teaching of Old French

LISA KISER Videocassette Reviews: Chaucer; A Prologue to Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer and Middle English Literature, by Films for the Humanities, Inc.

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Fall 1990 (Volume 1, Issue 2)

DAVID STAINES The Tradition of King Arthur: The Grail in Legend and Film

LEE ANN TOBIN Contemporary Medievalism as a Teaching Tool

CYNTHIA EVANS Can an "Old, Dead Classic" be Revived?

ELIZABETH GIRSCH Doing Away with Stereotypes: Attitudes Toward "Otherness" in Anglo-Saxon Communities

CAROLYN PRAGER "Blak as a Bla Mon": Reflections on a Medieval English Image of the Non-European

HARRIET HUDSON Videocassette Reviews: The Medieval Monastery, produced by Philip Diles and Steven Kelly, Toronto Media Center; Robin Hood and the Friar, produced by Poculi Ludique Societas, Toronto Media Center

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Spring 1990 (Volume 1, Issue 1)

THEODORE M. ANDERSSON From the Xanthus to the Rhine: The Legend of Troy in the Nibelungenlied

SOLVEIG OLSEN Siegfried's Resurrection: Reviving the Medieval Heroes in the Classroom

AYERS BAGLEY Grammar as Teacher: A Study in the Iconics of Education

DIANA C. J. MATTHIAS Teaching Medieval Literature in a Museum

THOMAS J. DERRICK New Approaches from the Folger Shakespeare Library

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