(Podcast Release) Teaching and Writing to Transgress: Behind the Scenes of Academic Editing

(clockwise, from the top left) Dr. Doreen Thierauf, Andrew Rimby, Dr. Shannon Draucker, and Dr. Kimberly Cox

Today’s episode is one that any teacher, writer or editor will want to listen to… whether you’re a “teacher” in the traditional sense or not. Andrew sits down with editors of “Teaching to Transgress,” the special pedagogy issue of the open-access journal Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies. As a public humanities organization, we aim to bring you accessible literary and artistic content, and this week’s round table is an exciting discussion about the overlap between pedagogy and scholarship. The panelists really turn a lens on the collaborative effort of journal editing, with a particular focus on nurturing scholarship and empowering writers. 

Listen to the Episode

Speaking of empowering writers, Andrew’s article in this issue is his first peer-reviewed publication! Listen to Andrew read his article “Talking Back to Walt Whitman…” or read it for yourself (or do both!).

Make sure to read “‘Teaching to Transgress’ in the Emergency Remote Classroom” (a Special Spring 2021 Issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies)

For more information about each editor, check out their website: Dr. Kimberly Cox, Dr. Shannon Draucker, and Dr. Doreen Thierauf

And follow them and the journal on Twitter: @drkcox, @sdraucker, @dolorimeter, @C19GSJournal.

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