XIII.1 (Fall 2016) Table of Contents

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

Volume XII, Issue 2 (Spring 2016)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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)

Citation:  The Once and Future Classroom, Volume XIII, Issue 1 (Fall 2016)

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TEAMS: Teaching Association for Medieval Studies