Call for Submissions: Teaching Thoreau

deadline for submissions: 
July 1, 2018
full name / name of organization: 
The Thoreau Society Bulletin

Call for Submissions: Teaching Thoreau

In 2018, the Thoreau Society Bulletin will begin publishing a series of essays on the subject of “Teaching Thoreau.” This new regular feature will focus on strategies for teaching the life and works of Henry David Thoreau while giving educators the opportunity to share their expertise and experiences with an audience of fellow teachers and students of Thoreau.

We are currently accepting submissions for next year. We invite educators of all levels and subjects to submit short essays (1,000-1,500 words) on their pedagogical methods both inside and outside of the classroom. The series will explore the value of teaching Thoreau from many different perspectives. Possible topics include:

Activism
Climate change ecology
Community learning and engagement
Concord history
Environmentalism
Digital humanities
Journaling and creative writing
Gender studies
Physical education
Place-based learning
Poetics
Social justice
Sound and soundscapes
STEM subjects
Transcendentalism and literary history
Visual arts
World religions

Please send submissions to Brent Ranalli (brent.ranalli@thoreausociety.org). The deadline for submissions is July 1, 2018. All submissions should conform to The Chicago Manual of Style. Essays accepted for publication will be published in 2019. Submissions received after the deadline will be considered for publication in a future year.