The present Romantic Circles Pedagogies volume intervenes in the notion that pedagogy is of a secondary concern to Blake scholars by showing how William Blake’s work can invigorate the classroom. Contributors use Blake’s inspiration to create new teaching methodologies, propose new assignments, engage new public audiences, and critically explore the emergence of new technological modalities. Famously difficult, Blake nevertheless constructs crucial dialogues in fields from the digital humanities to manuscript history and affect theory. This volume shows how teachers can take advantage of his holistic approach to pedagogy—his insistence that teaching is entangled with every part of our lives—to contest standard approaches to Blake in the literature classroom.
- A Wider World of Revolution | December 2015
- Romantic Remediations: A Creative Writing Assignment | December 2015
- Mary Shelley in Context(s): Wikis and Blogs in Romanticism Courses | November 2014
- Romanticism and Technologies of Information | November 2014
- Theories of the Sublime: Longinus, Burke, Kant, and Ngai | November 2014