The CEA Forum

The CEA Forum is the online peer-reviewed journal of teaching and learning for the College English Association. It publishes praxis-oriented articles that address pedagogical theory, classroom practice, and ideas about the profession of teaching college English. The CEA Forum is published twice a year (December and May), and is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography and the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC).

Vol 43, No 2 (2014): Summer/Fall 2014

Table of Contents


On Teaching Early Gothic Fiction and Non-Empiricist Aesthetics PDF
Carrie D. Shanafelt 1-18
Theme-Based Approaches to Teaching the Sophomore Literature Survey PDF
Ellen Arnold, Linda E. Martin, Rebecca Hamill Truax 19-49
On Unknowing Creative Writing Pedagogy PDF
Brent House 50-65


“Off Belay?” “Belay Off” – Old Media Studies and Plain Old American Literature PDF
Colin Irvine 66-76

Book Reviews

Sean Morey's The New Media Writer: Giving a Voice to the Technologically Illiterate PDF
Michelle Gorges 77-79

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