Here’s something a little OCD about me: Whenever I take a stack of books back to the library, I record them in a little list because I’m afraid I haven’t gotten everything out of them and might need to go back and reread them.
I almost never reread them, of course.
- Ken Bain, What the Best College Teachers Do
- Bernard Bergonzi, Exploding English: Criticism, Theory, Culture
- Michael Berube, The Employment of English
- Robert Boice, Professors as Writers
- William E. Cain (ed), Teaching the Conflicts
- Gerald Graff, Clueless in Academe
- —, Beyond the Culture Wars
- Stephen Greenblatt and Giles Gunn (ed), Redrawing the Boundaries
- Robert Bechtold Heilman, The Professor and the Profession
- Thomas P. Miller, The Formation of College English
- Isaiah Smithson and Nancy Ruff (ed), English Studies / Culture Studies