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The essay traces the genealogy and implications of the emergence of a discourse of ghosts, spectrality, hauntology, and phantoms within the rational machinery of the modern university. Moving across disciplines—including literature, sociology, physics, psychoanalysis, and philosophy—the article...
This article proposes a strategy for teaching students about periodization, canonicity, and recovery work. It assigns Mary Darby Robinson's reading list as course material in women's literature as well as in Romantic-period classes and other kinds of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century...
An ecocompositional turn to suburban studies can help unlock the wider promise of environmentally oriented composition curricula by encouraging student writers to reevaluate the language in which they describe their world. As the embodiment of modern domesticity, suburban life dramatizes the...
Based on the experiences of three graduate assistant directors working in the Howe Writing Initiative, a joint WAC effort between Miami University's business school and English department, this essay introduces entrepreneurial consulting as a model for implementing WAC initiatives in different...
The essay argues that technological multimedia can help students comprehend historical context and thus analyze texts successfully. The author identifies the practical benefits of this approach for any literary period but suggests that the parallels between contemporary experiences with...
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