The New England Quarterly is pleased to announce the addition of Innovations in teaching to our website. Grateful for the contribution of Professor Gustafson’s class, we solicit responses to continue the conversation we hope this essay initiates on teaching. We also welcome comments, suggestions, and contributions that would facilitate other conversations on the teaching of history. Our only guidance at this point is that all contributions be directed towards advancing New England history and literary culture and being of use to teachers.
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“Restless Lady: the Life and Writings of Frances Parkinson Keyes”: An Undergraduate Seminar’s Collaborative Paper
Professor Melanie Gustafson shares her process for her undergraduate social history seminar at the University fo Vermont as well as the class’s collaborative essay “Restless Lady: the Life and Writings of Frances Parkinson Keyes.”