Friday, 6 January, 10:15 a.m.–12:00 noon, Metropolitan A, Sheraton
Presiding: Russell A. Berman, Stanford Univ.
1. "Networking the Field,"
Kathleen Fitzpatrick's Annotation:
2. "Of Degraded Tongues and Digital Talk: Race and the Politics of Language,"
3. "Learning to Unlearn,"
Univ. of Southern California
4. "Borrowing Privileges: Dreaming in Foreign Tongues,"
Bala Venkat Mani,
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
5. "Teaching Literature and the Bitter Truth about Starbucks,"
Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
The forum addresses three fundamental points of orientation for our profession: language, in its various materialities; literature, broadly understood; and learning, especially student learning and our educational missions. The language and literature classroom has to serve the needs of today’s students. How do changing understandings of identity, performance, and media translate into transformations in teaching and learning?
The Teaching of Language and Literature – General
The Profession – General
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