We’re delighted to announce that as of 1 March, 11 of the 260 items uploaded to CORE, the MLA repository, have been downloaded over 100 times. As this list shows, it is not only scholarly articles that are of interest to readers but also conference proceedings, journalism, and curricular materials.
If you’re an MLA member, why not join us in our celebration of Open Education Week (7–12 March) and contribute to the open sharing of educational resources by uploading a syllabus, assignment, or learning object to the repository?
Douglas E. Green. “On ‘The Coddling of the American Mind.’”
- Conference proceeding
Lina Insana and Emily Todd. “Recruiting Majors in English and World Languages.”
Lisa Zunshine. “The Secret Life of Fiction.”
Lisa Zunshine. “Introduction to Cognitive Literary Studies.”
Amanda L. French. “A Strangely Useless Thing’: Iseult Gonne and Yeats.”
Kathleen Woodward. “Reading Affect in Literary Studies.”
Geraldine Heng. “The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages 1: Race Studies, Modernity, and the Middle Ages.”
- Conference paper
Sarah Werner. “When Is a Source Not a Source?”
Sean Latham and Gayle B. Rogers. “Introduction: Is There a There There?”
Dennis Looney. “What Should You Expect from the MLA Job Interview? And What Do Your Interviewers Expect from You?”
- Learning object
Rachel Arteaga. “Introductory Digital Humanities Curriculum for the High School English Classroom.”