This page houses links to teaching reflections written by Brittain Fellows in the Writing and Communication Program at Georgia Tech. These reflections display the innovative ways Brittain Fellows integrate the teaching of global literature into their courses, detail the purpose driving those endeavors, and reflect on the outcomes and benefits of global literature to students and classroom environments.
The World Englishes Committee seeks to publish new teaching reflections every year and over time construct a repository of ideas for teaching global literature that other instructors can draw upon. We will add to this list as we receive more reflections.
Teaching Zadie Smith’s NW as a Global Text by Dr. Molly Slavin
Global Focus on Local Issues: Comics and Urban Development by Dr. Leah S. Misemer
“Plop!”: Teaching Haiku in First-Year Composition by Dr. Jeff Howard