* Published in association with the English Subject Centre *
Teaching the New English is an innovative series primarily concerned with the teaching of the English degree in the context of the modern university. The range of the series covers literature, theory, language, stylistics, creative writing, popular culture and new media. Each volume takes as its title a single curriculum area and addresses developments in universities worldwide.
The series is simultaneously concerned with addressing exciting new areas that have developed in the curriculum in recent years and those more traditional areas that have reformed in new contexts. It is grounded in an intellectual or theoretical concept of the curriculum, yet is largely concerned with the practicalities of the curriculum’s manifestation in the classroom.
Teaching the New English reflects the strong international identity and the broad range of ‘English’, and books in the series are essential reading for all those who see themselves as University teachers of English.
Palgrave Macmillan publishes top quality books in the subject area of Literature. Browse through some of the core texts below and find the perfect books for your class.