Affects of Pedagogy in Literary Studies

  • Hilary Emmett Christopher Lloyd
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The Affects of Pedagogy in Literary Studies considers the ways in which teachers and students are affected by our encounters with literature and other cultural texts in the higher education classroom. The essays consider the range of emotions and affects elicited by teaching settings and practices: those moments when we in the university are caught off-guard and made uncomfortable, or experience joy, anger, boredom, and surprise. Featuring writing by teachers at different stages in their career, institutions, and national or cultural settings, the book is an innovative and necessary addition to both the study of affect, theories of learning and teaching, and the fields of literary and cultural studies.
List of Contributors Acknowledgements Hilary Emmett and Christopher Lloyd, 'Introduction: Affect, Pedagogy, Literary Studies' I. Textualities and Reading Practices Jill Noel Fennell, 'Describing Feeling: How Affect Theory Made Me Better at Teaching Close Reading' Katherine Parker-Hay, 'Queer Theory in the Classroom: Teaching Reparative Reading' Michael J. Collins, 'The Indignant Schoolmaster: Bad Faith Pedagogy and Anne Sullivan's "Little Alabamian"' II. 'Good' and 'Bad' Feelings Hannah Murray, 'Confusion' Christopher W. Clark, 'Feeling Failure: Rethinking "Negative" Affect in the University' Kim Evelyn, '"I'm so happy right now!": Inviting Joy and Excitement into the Literature and Cultural Studies Classroom' Christopher Lloyd, 'Dis/comforts' III. Triggers and Responses Brandon L. Sams, 'Divergent Intensities in the Literature Classroom: Affective Encounters, Critical Control' Mildrid H. A. Bjerke, 'The Busy Have No Time for Tears: Affect as Political Tool in Literary Studies' Declan Wiffen and Betsy Porritt, 'Collective, Anecdotal, and Generative Refusal: A Queer Feminist Pedagogy of the Unknown' Crystal Harris, 'Teaching While "Biting My Lip": Overcoming Patriarchy in the Classroom' IV. On Situatedness: Race, Identity, and the (Trans)Cultural Alex Rajinder Mason, 'Decolonisation and the Desk' Owen Cantrell, 'Fragility and Empathy in the Literature Classroom' Myles Chilton, 'Affect, History, and Emotional Bridges in Non-Anglophone English Literature Pedagogy' Joanna Davis-McElligatt, 'Toward a Pedagogy of Pain' Hilary Emmett, 'Coda: Where Do We Go From Here?' Index
"The Affects of Pedagogy gives new knowledge to the overlapping spaces of literary studies, its pedagogies and its affective intersections. Authors work through their thinking on the page, open and available for readers to follow the highs and lows of teaching literary studies. ...The collection reignites my passion for the scholarship of teaching and learning in literary studies in the way it triangulates the connection between students and their lived experience, instructors as affective domains of vulnerable knowledge, and literary texts as windows on the world and doorways to new thinking." -Tully Barnett (she/her), Senior Lecturer in Creative Industries, Flinders University, Australia
Uitgavejaar 2023
ISBN 9780367553210
Serie Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature
Verschijningsdatum 3 jan. 2023
Omvang 280
Auteur(s) Hilary Emmett Christopher Lloyd
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels

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