Edith Wharton Review is seeking contributions on digital pedagogy for its “Teaching Notes” section on teaching Edith Wharton and her contemporaries. We are interested in case studies that highlight the value of including digital tools (e. g. for collaboration, annotation, or analysis) in literary and cultural studies classrooms and that illustrate specific assignments, tools, and practices of digital pedagogy (broadly understood) for helping students engage with Edith Wharton’s writing.
Essays are accepted on a rolling basis, should be approximately 3000 words long, and in accordance with MLA guidelines.
We welcome inquiries at Katrin.horn at uni-bayreuth.de.
Information on the journal is available here: https://www.psupress.org/Journals/jnls_EWR.html
Katrin Horn, Associate Editor Edith Wharton Review, email@example.com