By Anna Mercer
Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons seeks essays that address a wide range of topics, methods and themes related to the teaching of Romanticism. For the past several years we have published special volumes that speak to a specific issue within Romanticist pedagogy, such as ‘Romanticism and Technology’, ‘Teaching Global Romanticism’, or ‘Teaching the Romantic with the Contemporary’. For this volume we’d like to issue more broad and open call for essays that offer innovative approaches to teaching Romanticism. We are especially keen on approaches that consider Romanticism as methodology or practice and seek to reproduce it in the classroom.
‘Wanderer above the Sea of Fog’, Caspar David Friedrich (c.1818)
Possible topics include but should be in no way limited to:
Teaching specific Romantic-period authors through an engagement with their poetics or aesthetic practices
- Teaching Romantic-era pedagogy, for example, Rousseau or the Edgeworths
- Teaching Romanticism in the 21st-century classroom
- Teaching Romanticism collaboratively
- Teaching Romanticism as an act of resistance
Please submit 300-word abstracts to email@example.com by June 30. If accepted, completed drafts would be due by September 30.
The Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons is a peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to the presentation of essays about teaching that offer sample teaching materials as well, from printable handouts to ‘digital-born’ …read more