Teaching Transatlantic Influence

PALS Note: Pedagogy and American Literature Studies is pleased to feature its first piece by a guest contributor. Caitlin L. Kelly is a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Caitlin writes from the perspective of a teacher and scholar of British literature of the Long Eighteenth Century. PALS is excited … Continue reading Teaching Transatlantic Influence

New JTO: Makandal

This is making the rounds on the listservs, but we wanted to share in case anyone hasn't seen it. It is the time for syllabus planning after all.   Dear Colleagues, We hope that this email finds you well.  As you think about your spring courses, we invite you to join the Just Teach One … Continue reading New JTO: Makandal

Trans-Atlantic? Transatlantic? trans-atlantic? transatlantic?

Well, that seems limiting. I’m planning on writing a post in the near future on transatlantic literature in the classroom. Much of my initial thinking about what is meant by transatlantic literature was shaped by my work on Harriet Beecher Stowe, especially the transatlantic influences of her youth. Another influence in thinking about transatlantic literature … Continue reading Trans-Atlantic? Transatlantic? trans-atlantic? transatlantic?