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>From: Jen Gonyer-Donohue <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Graduate Student Teaching - 
>Medieval (9/15/05; Kalamazoo, 5/4/06-5/7/06)
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>Call for Participants
>41st International Congress on Medieval Studies
>May 4-7, 2006
>Kalamazoo, Michigan
>
>ėTeaching for Dummies, or, What I Wish My Department Had Told Me: Pedagogy
>and Graduate Student Teachingî
>
>This panel, sponsored by the Medieval Academy of America Graduate Student
>Committee, will address the issues faced by graduate students as they
>teach a variety of medieval topics to undergraduates. Possible topics
>might include how to relate the medieval period to popular culture and
>current events, teaching classes you feel unqualified to teach, teaching
>far outside the medieval period, designing your own course, teaching
>well-established courses, and teaching using multimedia and technology.
>These are just suggestions, however, and panelists are encouraged to speak
>on issues that relate in any way to teaching as a graduate student.
>
>We are looking for panelists from a wide range of disciplines and with
>graduate student experience teaching medieval material in any of a variety
>of situations. If you would like to participate in this panel at
>Kalamazoo, and have not participated in a 
>MAAņGSC sponsored panel before, please contact 
>Patricia Kiernan at [log in to unmask] 
>The CFP deadline
>is September 15, 2005.

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