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Poetry across the Curriculum

New Methods of Writing Intensive Pedagogy for U.S. Community College and Undergraduate Education



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The present volume is the result of a pilot study and a workshop at Queensborough Community College that tried to integrate and discussed poetry as a new method of writing intensive poetry in several disciplines across the curriculum. Educators from several different disciplines - Art and Design, Biology, English, History, Philosophy, and Sociology - describe such methods and their teaching experiences in the classroom and highlight, how poetry has been and could be used for fruitful teaching and learning across the curriculum. The interdisciplinary pilot study and the discussions at the workshop, which are represented by the chapters in the present volume consequently emphasize the possibilities for the use of poetry at Community Colleges and U.S. undergraduate education in general. Contributors are: Kathleen Alves, Alison Cimino, Urszula Golebiewska, Joshua M. Hall, Angela Hooks, Susan Lago, Alice Rosenblitt-Lacey, and Ravid Rovner.

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Frank Jacob, Ph.D. (2012), Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen, is Assistant Professor of History at Queensborough Community College. He has published more than 40 books and numerous articles, including The Russo-Japanese War and Its Shaping of the 20th Century (Routledge, 2018). Shannon Kincaid, Ph.D. (1999), SUNY Buffalo, is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Queensborough Community College. His areas of specialization include Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy, and American Pragmatism. Amy E. Traver, Ph.D. (2008), SUNY Stony Brook, is Associate Professor of Sociology at Queensborough Community College. She has published numerous works on Community College education, including Service Learning at the American Community College (Palgrave, 2014, co-edited with Zivah Perel Katz).
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August 30th, 2018
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