Issue Number 54 Spring 2006

Paul Kameen and Mariolina Salvatori, University of Pittsburgh

“rolexical glitter” and “soul kitch”: Pun, Allusion, and Crosscultural Engagement in Harryette Mullen’s Muse & Drudge
Megan Simpson, Penn State Altoona

Changing Our Stories: Engendering Imaginative Agency through Reading and Writing (about) Literature
Brenda Daly and Margaret Baker Graham, Iowa State University

From Philology to Formalism: Edith Rickert, John Matthews Manly, and the Literary/Reformist Beginnings of U.S. Cryptology
Henry Veggian, Montclair State University

Issue Number 53 Fall 2005

Introduction: Ecocriticism as a Practice of Reading
Mark C. Long

Reading as Pastoral Experience in Walton’s Compleat Angler
John J. Miller

Reading (in) the Blue Ridge Mountains: The Bioregional Imperative of Could Mountain
Nicole M. Merola

Wonderful World: Comic Frames, Dissolution of Scene, the Temper of Ecocriticism
Randall Roonda

Issue Number 52 Spring 2005

Reading Lessons: An Introduction
Sherry Lee Linkon

Does Sequencing Matter in Analyzing Film and Text?
Elizabeth Hervey Stephen

‘Photos – The Almost Most Objective Evidence There Is’: Reading Words and Images of the 1960s
Peter Felten

Asking for It: The Role of Assignment Design in Critical Literacy
Arlene Wilner

Issue Number 51 Fall 2004

Mariolina Rizzi Salvatori and Paul Kameen

Susan R. Horton

Thinking with Ann Berthoff
Judith Goleman

Seeing What I Say: Emerson, Berthoff, and the Dialectical Notebook
Martin Bickman

Conversations and Correspondences
Kathryn T. Flannery

Ann Berthoff and the Exigence of Editing
Susan Wells

The Reader in Ann E. Berthoff’s Forming/Thinking/Writing: The Composing Imagination: Discourses and Disciplinary Changes 1970-1990
James Thomas Zebroski

The Sun and the Thunder: The Enlightenment and the Power of Ann Berthoff ’s Pedagogical Journey
Richard Sanzenbacher

Philosophy and Pedagogy
Beth Daniell

How Much Does an Angel Weigh?
Hephzibah Roskelly

Interpretant and Imagination in Ann E. Berthoff ’s Pedagogy
Neal Bruss

Sustaining the Active Mind
James F. Slevin