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

  • language, veterans, Rhetoric, Culture, community, personal essay, higher education, visual arts, media, student writing, feminist theory

Published March 8, 2004


Editor's Introduction
Sharon Quiroz
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.01

Guest Editor's Introduction: The Extreme Real Example
Carra Leah Hood, Southern Connecticut State University
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.02

Words and Silence at Ground Zero

Language and Knowing
Leonard Cassuto, Fordham University
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.03

Teaching as Healing at Ground Zero
Karla Jay, Pace University (previously published in Women's Studies Quarterly)
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.04

When All the Riches of the World Stand Waste
Regina M. Buccola, Roosevelt University
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.05

Seeing and Meaning

Justice after September 11th
Stanley N. Katz, Princeton University (previously published in Academe)
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.06

Terror, Memory, and Meaning
Timothy Dean Draper, Waubonsee Community College
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.07

Grief and Sorrow: When Pictures are Worth More Than a Thousand Words
John Freeman, University of Florida
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.08

Terror + 48: First Year Students Respond to September 11th
Peter G. Beidler, Lehigh University
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.09

A Studio Project Based on the Events of September 11th
Nell Ruby, Agnes Scott College
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.10

Voices From Outside the United States

War in the Women's Studies Classroom
Fiona Nelson, University of Calgary
DOI: 10.37514/ATD-J.2004.1.2.11

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.