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Contents MLA Handbook Literary Research Guide new titles (listed in order of publication date within each series) Approaches to teaching World Literature texts and translations options for teaching Best-selling titles Backlist Introduction to older Languages 5 6 716 1720 2126 2730 3132 3338 35
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MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers7th editionThe style bible for most college students. Newsweek The seventh edition of the Handbook is an indispensable, well-crafted update of an indispensable reference source. Choice
Recipient of Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Title 2009 The MLA Handbook is published by the Modern Language Association, the authority on MLA documentation style. Widely adopted by universities, colleges, and secondary schools, the MLA Handbook gives step-by-step advice on every aspect of writing research papers, from selecting a topic to submitting the completed paper. The seventh edition is a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to research and writing in the online environment. It provides an authoritative account of MLA documentation style for use in student writing, including simplified guidelines for citing works published on the Web and new recommendations for citing several kinds of works, such as digital files and graphic narratives. New MLA Handbook Web Site Every copy of this edition of the MLA Handbook comes with a code for accessing the accompanying Web site (www.mlahandbook.org). The searchable Web site features the full text of the MLA Handbook over two hundred additional examples research project narratives, with sample papersThe auThoriTaTive guide To MLa sTyLe MiLLions of copies soLd
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neW titleSNew in the MLA series World Literatures Reimagined
Contemporary Galician Cultural Studies: Between the Local and the GlobalKirsty Hooper and Manuel Puga Moruxa, eds. Essential for the instructor offering classes or seminars in the topic. It is scholarly, thorough, and thought provoking. A groundbreaking book. Cristina Moreiras-Menor University of Michigan
Galicia occupies an ambiguous position, at the crossroads between land and sea, the Atlantic north and the Mediterranean south, Spanish and Portuguese. For two centuries, its nationhood was ignored or disputed and its people migrated in great numbers to the Americas. What it means to be Galician, therefore, is a central questionparticularly now, given Galicias new autonomy and todays trends of globalization and pluralism. In this first English-language collection of analyses of Galician culture and identity, many aspects of galeguidadeGaliciannessare explored. Among them are the nineteenth-century Rexurdimento and Rosala de Castros championing of and conflict with Galician nationalism, the status of Galician as a separate language, the attractions and problems of television series that express a utopian nostalgia, the continuing importance of Galician-language poetry and folk music, and challenges to Galician tradition by the postmodern avant-gardes after 1975.
contributors: Burghard Baltrusch, Silvia Bermdez, Jaine Beswick, Jos Colmeiro, Lourenzo Fernndez Prieto, Antn Figueroa, Joseba Gabilondo, Laura Lpez Fernndez, Timothy McGovern, Marta Prez Pereiro, Mara do Cebreiro Rbade Villar, Mara Reimndez, Eugenia R. Romero, John Patrick Thompson
May 2011World Literatures Reimagined 3 ISSN 1553-6181 xiii & 344 pp. 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-087-6 $40.00 short
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neW titleSNew in the MLA series Options for Teaching
Teaching Law and LiteratureAustin sarat, Cathrine o. Frank, and Matthew Anderson, eds. Students in undergraduate humanities courses will benefit from studying the way legal realities help shape and inform literary works. Law teachers may usefully assign chapters from the text to explore laws narrative drama. Richard Sherwin New York Law School
contributors: Philip Auslander, Ayelet Ben-Yishai, Mary Flowers Braswell, Peter Brooks, Kieran Dolin, Florence Dore, Alex Feerst, David H. Fisher, Nan Goodman, Chaya Halberstam, Susan Sage Heinzelman, PeterC. Herman, Diane Hoeveler, Harold Joseph, Valerie Karno, Lenora Ledwon, NancyS. Marder, Bridget M. Marshall, Alyce Miller, D. Quentin Miller, Harriet Murav, Victoria Myers, Linda Myrsiades, Jacqueline OConnor, Julie Stone Peters, Greg Pingree, Ravit Reichman, Lisa Rodensky, Hilary Schor, Richard Schur, Caleb Smith, Cristine Soliz, Simon Stern, Nomi Stolzenberg, Brook Thomas, Zoe Trodd, Elliot Visconsi, Patricia D. Watkins, Richard H. Weisberg, Robert Weisberg, Robin West, James Boyd White, Theodore Ziolkowski
This volume provides a resource for teachers interested in learning about the field of law and literature and shows how to bring its insights to bear in their classrooms, both in the liberal arts and in law schools. Essays in the first section, Theory and History of the Movement, provide a retrospective of the field and look forward to new developments. The second section, Model Courses, offers readers an array of possibilities for structuring courses that integrate legal issues with the study of literature, from The Canterbury Tales to current prison literature. In Texts, the third section, guidance is provided for teaching not only written documents (novels, plays, trial reports) but also cultural objects: digital media, Native American ceremonies, documentary theater, hip-hop. The volumes contributors investigate what constitutes law and literature and how each informs the other.
July 2011Options for Teac