Roundtable Discussion on Pedagogies Across Disciplines Addressing 19th Century Works
Nineteenth Century Studies Association Meeting, “Memory and Commemoration”
February 2-4, 2017 in Charleston, SC
Most of us stretch outside or across disciplines in teaching the nineteenth century. Whether it is considering Turner’s depictions of landscapes or street songs in rounding out our discussion of Dickens, or ecological challenges and developments alongside Wordsworth’s texts, or human rights and sociology with Wilde’s, we roam freely across disciplinary boundaries. How do we enact multidisciplinarity in such pedagogical reaches? What strategies do we use to ensure we are prepared for questions in areas that are not our primary specializations?
As a scholarly organization that welcomes and encourages interdisciplinary work, the NCSA would like to host a roundtable on this subject at their Charleston meeting (Feb. 2-4, 2017). In the hopes of inspiring a discussion of the benefits and challenges of such multidisciplinary teaching, they are asking for proposals for very brief (10-minute) presentations on any aspect of such cross-discipline pedagogy. There will be five or six presentations, followed by an open discussion. Subjects may include (but are not limited to):
Lucy Morrison (University of Nebraska Omaha) will organize and moderate the session. Please send your 250-word proposals and one-page cv to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 1, 2016. Abstracts should include author’s name, institutional affiliation, and title of presentation in the heading.