The volumes Approaches to Teaching the Arthurian Tradition, edited by Dorsey Armstrong, and Approaches to Teaching Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, edited by Michael R. Katz and Alexander Burry, are now in development in the MLA Approaches to Teaching World Literature series. Instructors who have taught the works these volumes address are encouraged to complete surveys about their teaching experiences. Information about proposing an essay is available at the end of each survey.
Members are also invited to submit essay proposals for a new nonseries volume in development, Mission Driven: Reimagining Graduate Education for a Thriving Humanities Ecosystem, edited by Stacy Hartman and Yevgenya Strakovsky. Mission Driven seeks to reimagine the humanities’ potential to thrive in the twenty-first-century landscape and to envision new models of success. The editors invite essays that explore how graduate education can be mobilized to seed these changes. Proposals must be submitted by 1 July 2018.