Special Issue: Classrooms after the Events of September 11, 2001

Editor's Introduction
Sharon Quiroz

Guest Editor's Introduction: The Extreme Real Example
Carra Leah Hood, Southern Connecticut State University

Words and Silence at Ground Zero

Language and Knowing
Leonard Cassuto, Fordham University

Teaching as Healing at Ground Zero
Karla Jay, Pace University (previously published in Women's Studies Quarterly)

When All the Riches of the World Stand Waste
Regina M. Buccola, Roosevelt University

Seeing and Meaning

Justice after September 11th
Stanley N. Katz, Princeton University (previously published in Academe)

Terror, Memory, and Meaning
Timothy Dean Draper, Waubonsee Community College

Grief and Sorrow: When Pictures are Worth More Than a Thousand Words
John Freeman, University of Florida

Terror + 48: First Year Students Respond to September 11th
Peter G. Beidler, Lehigh Univesity

A Studio Project Based on the Events of September 11th
Nell Ruby, Agnes Scott College

Voices From Outside the United States

War in the Women's Studies Classroom
Fiona Nelson, University of Calgary

This special issues was developed and edited by Carra Leah Hood as a response to the tragic events of September 11, 2001. For more information about this special issue, contact Carra Leah Hood at hoodc1@southernct.edu.

Complete APA Citation

Hood, Carra Leah (Ed.). (2004). Classrooms after the events of September 11, 2001 [Special Issue]. Across the Disciplines, 1 Retrieved from http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/911