Teaching Literature Book Award
The Teaching Literature Book Award seeks to encourage and recognize excellence in research on teaching literature by honoring a book-length work on teaching literature at the post-secondary or graduate level. This international, juried prize is conferred biennially by the faculty in the ISU PhD program in English and the Teaching of English. Nominations for the sixth biennial 2025 competition are due by March 15, 2025.
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Teaching Literature Book Award Recipients
The Teaching Archive: A New History for Literary Study by Rachel Sagner Buurma and Laura Heffernan (University of Chicago Press, 2021)
Honorable Mentions Teaching Late-Twentieth-Century Mexicana and Chicana Writers, Edited by Elizabeth Coonrod Martinez (Modern Language Association, 2021) and Teaching Games and Game Studies in the Literature Classroom, Edited by Tison Pugh and Lynn Ramey (Bloomsbury Academic, 2022)
Jews in Medieval England: Teaching Representations of the Other, Edited by Miriamne Ara Krummel & Tison Pugh , The New Middle Ages Series (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018)
Honorable Mention Teaching Modern Arabic Literature in Translation, Edited by Michelle Hartman, Options for Teaching Series (Modern Language Association, 2018)
Service Learning and Literary Studies in English, Edited by Laurie Grobman & Roberta Rosenberg (Modern Language Association, 2015)
Honorable Mention Teaching Early Modern English Literature from the Archives, Edited by Heidi Brayman Hackel and Ian Frederick Moulton, Options for Teaching Series (Modern Language Association, 2015)