MLA's new analysis has potentially dramatic implications for graduate education, hiring, promotion, scholarship, publishing and technology.
Administrators bar selection of noted writer's work for freshmen to read because he was once in jail.
Va. Tech killer's assignments set off alarm bells -- and illustrate the quandary faced by many a professor.
“Mom, Dad, I want an M.F.A.”
“That’s nice dear. What about a law degree?”
It sounds like a joke: "What's worse than prison? A poetry class." But for 25 teens, the sentence for trashing a former Robert Frost home was a mini-course with a Middlebury scholar of the New England icon.
Women who teach English and other languages are more satisfied with classroom work than other aspects of their jobs, but report shame over pride in areas other than research, survey finds.
SAN FRANCISCO -- How political should the Modern Language Association be?
Middlebury wants to end financial support for New England Review. Supporters of literary magazines say college demands like that could doom vital publications.
It would hardly be news, at this point, to say that 2009 has been a big year for community colleges.
To get students more engaged in texts, some professors hold marathon sessions where students read the books out loud.
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