Teaching Austen and Her Contemporaries

Editors’ Note
Bridget Draxler, Misty Krueger, and Susan Allen Ford

Discovering Jane Austen in Today’s College Classroom
Devoney Looser

Teaching Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey as a “Crossover” Text
Misty Krueger

Teaching Two Janes: Austen and West in Dialogue
Daniel Schierenbeck

Taking Emma to the Street: Toward a Civic Engagement Model of Austen Pedagogy
Danielle Spratt

Teaching to the Resistance: What to Do When Students Dislike Austen
Olivera Jokic

“Hastening Together to Perfect Felicity”: Teaching the British Gothic Tradition through Parody and Role-Playing
Andrea Rehn

Teaching Jane Austen in Bits and Bytes: Digitizing Undergraduate Archival Research
Bridget Draxler

Jane Austen Then and Now: Teaching Georgian Jane in the Jane-Mania Media Age
Jodi L. Wyett

Dancing with Jane Austen: History and Practice in the Classroom
Cheryl A. Wilson

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