ARCHIVED: 2002-2016

A History of Journal Icons

NOTE: Many of the original links are broken, so they were removed or changed to fit this new format.  Whenever possible, pages were preserved as they originally looked, but the “look and feel” of the issues (icons and web page structures) has been lost.   No editing to the actual texts has been done since their original publication.  Some works are missing completely, and entire issues were never published, all of which has been noted below.  For a more comprehensive explanation, please see A Brief History and Explanation of Archives.

Volume I, Issue 1 (September 2002)  Volume I, Issue 2 (February 2003)
Volume II, Issue 1 (August 2003)  Volume II, Issue 2 (February 2004)
Volume III, Issue 1 (Spring 2005) —————
Volume IV, Issue 1 (Fall 2005) Volume IV, Issue 2 (Spring 2006)
Volume V, Issue 1 (Spring 2007) Volume V, Issue 2 (Fall 2007)
Volume VI, Issue 1 (Spring 2008) Volume VI, Issue 2 (Fall 2008)
Volume VII, Issue 1 (Spring 2009) Volume VII, Issue 2 (Fall 2009)
Volume VIII, Issue 1 (Spring 2010) Volume VIII, Issue 2 (Fall 2010)
Volume IX, Issue 1 (Spring 2011) —————
Volume X, Issue 1 (Spring 2012) Volume X, Issue 2 (Fall 2012)
Volume XI, Issue 1 (Spring 2013) —————
Volume XII, Issue 1 (Fall 2015) Volume XII, Issue 2 (Spring 2016)
Volume XIII, Issue 1 (Fall 2016)  Volume XIII, Issue 2 (Spring 2017)

 


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Table of Contents for Each Issue

Scientia Scholae

Volume I, Issue 1 (September 2002)

Volume I, Issue 2 (February 2003)

Volume II, Issue 1 (August 2003)

Volume II, Issue 2 (February 2004)

Volume III, Issue 1 (Spring 2005)

Volume IV, Issue 1 (Fall 2005)

Volume IV, Issue 2 (Spring 2006)

 

The Once and Future Classroom: Resources for Teaching the Middle Ages in Grades K-12

Volume V, Issue 1 (Spring 2007)

Volume V, Issue 2 (Fall 2007)

Volume VI, Issue 1 (Spring 2008)

 Volume VI, Issue 2 (Fall 2008)

Volume VII, Issue 1 (Spring 2009)

Volume VII, Issue 2 (Fall 2009)

Volume VIII, Issue 1 (Spring 2010)

Volume VIII, Issue 2 (Fall 2010)

Volume VIX, Issue 1 (Spring 2011)

Volume X, Issue 1 (Spring 2012)

Volume X, Issue 2 (Fall 2012)

Volume XI, Issue 1 (Spring 2013)

 

Volume XII, Issue 1 (Fall 2015)

CONTRIBUTORS
INTRODUCTION

  1. Linking Pearl Together (Kara Crawford, Winner of the 2015 TEAMS Teaching Prize, K-12)
  2. “He gef vus to be His homly hyne”: Teaching Pearl in the Undergraduate Classroom Through the Lens of Apostolic Embodiment (Sherry Rankin)
  3. The Grinnell Beowulf Project: Origin, Process, Outcomes (Timothy Arner)
  4. Sympathy for the Devil: Cultivating Critical Empathy Through Heterodoxy (Diane Fruchtman)
  5. Medieval Drama: An Annotated Bibliography for Teachers (Scott O’Neil)

Volume XII, Issue 2 (Spring 2016)

CONTRIBUTORS
INTRODUCTION
ADVISORY BOARD

ESSAYS

  1. “The Original Odd Couple: Charlemagne and Irene—Lesson for Grades 9-12,” JULIE HARPER ELB, WINNER OF THE TEAMS 2016 ESSAY PRIZE FOR K-12 TEACHERS
  2. “Walking the Walk: Experiential Learning, Pilgrimage, and ‘Kynde Knowynge’,” SUSAN SIGNE MORRISON
  3. “Horsemen of the Apocalypse Can’t Ride Unicorns: Adventures in Medieval Drama,” LINDA MARIE ZAERR
  4. Is ‘My Lefe in a Lond’ or ‘My Lief in Londe’? And Does It Make a Difference?” SUSAN YAGER
  5. “Creative Translation and Old English Poetry: A Teaching Technique,” OLIVIA ROBINSON AND HELEN BROOKMAN
  6. “Three Approaches to Teaching Pearl: Introduction to Literature, British Literature I, and the Mythology of J.R.R. Tolkien,” JANE BEAL
  7. “A Journey into Late Medieval Italy with The Inferno,” TOVAH BENDER

LIBRARY RESOURCES, ALAN LUPACK
8. Medieval Popular Religion, ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS, ALISON HARPER
9. Medieval Women Writers, AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS, KYLE ANN HUSKIN

Volume XIII, Issue 1 (Fall 2016)
Special Issue on Teaching Feeling

ADVISORY BOARD
CONTRIBUTORS
INTRODUCTION

ESSAYS

  1. “A” is for Affeccioun: Strategies for Teaching the History of Emotions in Medieval Studies (Rebecca F. McNamara)
  2. Teaching Feeling: Medieval Literature, Emotional Ethics, and the Case of Compassion (Paul Megna)
  3. Object-Lessons: Inter- and Extra-Disciplinary Teaching in the History of Emotions (Stephanie Downes)
  4. “Parzival’s Fear and Werther’s Loathing”—Teaching Emotions in Medieval and Modern Literature to High School Students in Germany (Ricarda Wagner)
  5. Mindfulness, Contemplative Pedagogy, and the Medieval Now (Ulrike Wiethaus)

 


TEAMS: Teaching Association for Medieval Studies