Teaching American Literature at an East European University: Explicating the Rhetoric of LibertyBy: Richard C. Raymond (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis book responds to literary and composition theorists who have called for reinventing English studies, uniting the study of literature and the study of writing in liberatory rhetoric. The book describes the partnership between the EAS Department at Shkoder, Albania, and the University of Graz, the Austrian institution that has supported its Albanian partner for over a decade; the University of Graz has provided a powerful model for rhetoricizing English studies, a concept explored in the book and which relates this microcosm to departments of English studies.
About AuthorRichard C. Raymond is Chair of the Department of English at Mississippi State University.
ContentsForeword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Part One Rhetoricizing English Studies in the Classroom; 1. No Heat, No Lights: An Introduction to English and American Studies at the University of Shkoder; 2. Teaching Writing to Teach Literature, Teaching Literature to Motivate Inquiry; 3. Teaching Students the Strategies of Research: Shaping Questions, Finding Answers, Effecting Change Processes; Part Two Rhetoricizing English Studies in the Department; 4. Revising Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Curriculum: Collaboration and the Work of Departments; 5. What is Possible? Rhetoricizing English Studies; Appendix A - Syllabus for American Literature II; Appendix B - Syllabus for Academic Research Methods; Bibliography; Index.
- publication date: 19/12/2006
- ISBN13: 9780773456419
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 216
- ID: 9780773456419
- ISBN10: 0773456414
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