CFP: Teaching William Morris (9/15/06; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Miles, Rosie
contact email: 
R.Miles@wlv.ac.uk

Call for Papers: Teaching William Morris

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Where and how are the works and legacy of William Morris being taught in =
educational institutions across the world? The Summer 2007 issue of the =
Journal of William Morris Studies hopes to address this broad question =
through a wide range of contributions from practitioners responsible for =
bringing Morris to life in the classroom. Topics for consideration might =
include:

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=B7 Teaching News from Nowhere.

=B7 Teaching Morris's poetry and prose works (anyone teaching The =
Earthly Paradise? Sigurd? The Late Romances?).

=B7 Morris in the English Studies / Victorian Studies / Politics / =
History of Design / Other curriculum.

=B7 Morris in schools.

=B7 Morris and 'alternative' education.

=B7 Examples of using online resources and/or Virtual Learning =
Environments to teach Morris.

=B7 Are there particular challenges or difficulties associated with =
teaching Morris in certain contexts?

=B7 Student responses to Morris.

=B7 What do Morris's ideas have to offer the educational systems in =
which we work?

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Responses of between 2500-5000 words welcome.

Deadline: September 15th 2006.

Submissions to the Editor, Dr Rosie Miles @ R.Miles_at_wlv.ac.uk =
<mailto:R.Miles_at_wlv.ac.uk>=20

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Style guidelines can be found at =
http://www.morrissociety.org/jwms.guide.html =
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