Saturday, April 27, 2013

SMART for 2012

Been meaning to post an update on Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. Here are the details for the 2012 volume. A complete back list and ordering information is available at

Spring 2012 (Volume 19, Issue 1)

(guest edited by Michael Johnston)
MICHAEL JOHNSTON Introduction to Teaching the History of the Book
ANDREW TAYLOR Experiencing Authority, Confronting the Cool: Bringing Medieval Book History into the Classroom
DAVID C. MENGEL Teaching the Codex as Writing Technology
ALLISON MURI Teaching the History and Future of the Book
DABNEY A. BANKERT and MARK RANKIN Teaching Medieval and Early Modern Manuscript and Print Culture in Theory and Practice
MICHAEL  JOHNSTON The History of the Book as a Supplement to the Literature Survey
ERIC J. JOHNSON “A closed book is a mute witness”: A Curator’s Approach toward Teaching with Rare Books and Manuscripts
COLLECTION CONTRIBUTORS Annotated Bibliography to Teaching the History of the Book Collection
LESLEY A. COOTE Book Review:  The Harrowing of Hell in Medieval England, by Karl Tamburr
YVONNE BRUCE Book Review:  Women’s Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550–1700, by Kate Chedgzoy
CHRISTOPHER M. BELLITTO Book Review:  Soldiers, Nobles and Gentlemen: Essays in Honour of Maurice Keen, by Peter Coss and Christopher Tyerman
JUDITH FERSTER Book Review:  Chaucer’s Language, by Simon Horobin

Fall 2011 (Volume 18, Issue 2)

(guest edited by Barbara Stevenson)
BARBARA STEVENSON Introduction to Teaching Italy
MARY BETH LONG Gum-Poppers Deserve their Own Level of Hell: Teaching the Inferno to Baptists
BARBARA STEVENSON Representations of Saladin in the (New) Middle Ages
KURT M. BOUGHAN Teaching Goro Dati’s Libro segreto
KATHRYN A. HALL Teaching Christine de Pizan and the Text via Late Medieval Book Production in Bologna and Paris
CARL GRINDLEY The Whisper Game: Teaching Stemmatics
DARCI N. HILL Altered Arguments: A Textual Analysis of George Herbert’s “Man”
JAY RUUD “A Great Flash of Understanding”: Teaching Dante and Mysticism
ALEXANDRA COOK “Why Study the Middle Ages?”  On Re-Imagining the Medieval Literature Survey
JOHN M. GANIM Book Review:  Illustrating Camelot, by Barbara Tepa Lupack with Alan Lupack
ANTHONY J. CÁRDINAS-ROTTUNNO Book Review:  The Arts of Intimacy: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Making of Castilian Culture, by Jerrilyn D. Dodds, María Rosa Menocal, and Abigail Krasner Balbale
LESLEY A. COOTE Book Review:  Shakespeare Films in the Making: Vision, Production and Reception, by Russell Jackson
GWENDOLYN MORGAN Book Review:  Key Concepts in Medieval Literature, by Elizabeth Solopova and Stuart D. Lee
EDWARD CHRISTIE Book Review:  Imaginary Worlds in Medieval Books: Exploring the Manuscript Matrix, by Martha Dana Rust
ROBERT GRAYBILL Book Review:  The Medieval British Literature Handbook, edited by Daniel T. Kline

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