Welcome to Teaching College Literature: A Resource Guide, a source for ideas about teaching English Literature at the college and university level, featuring articles, reviews, teaching tips, and links to resources including syllabi and course materials. Submissions are welcome.
- Articles: Ideas from Laura Linker (High Point University) on “Teaching Defoe’s Roxana” and from Karen Smyth (University of East Anglia) on “Teaching Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde as a non-linear text”
- Featured Journal: This Rough Magic
- Featured Course Materials: Kimberly Downing Robinson and Erik Carlson (University of Arkansas-Fort Smith) offer an innovative interdisciplinary course design, “Thrift as an Ideology: A Survey of Literature which Promotes Discussions of Poverty, Wealth, and Economic Well-Being”
- Featured Media: Stephen Buhler (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) sets Shakespeare’s sonnets to music and Adam Crowley (Husson University) comments on a video for students on “Hidden Meaning in Literature”
- Teaching Tips: Kristen Sipper (Azusa Pacific University) reports on “Service Learning in the University Classroom” and J.D. Wright (University of Pittsburgh) discusses “How to Teach Close Reading to Undergraduates”