Approaches to Teaching the Arthurian Tradition

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Series
Preface to the Volume
Pt. 1 Materials
Pt. 2 Approaches
Introduction
The Labyrinthine Ways: Teaching the Arthurian Tradition 33
Teaching the Backgrounds
Teaching the King Arthur of History and Chronicle 51
Arthur and the Green World 56
Modern Visions and Revisions of the Matter of Britain 61
Teaching the "Hoole" Tradition
Implementing an Interdisciplinary Course 65
Teaching Individual Characters and Motifs 70
Teaching the "Hoole" Tradition through Parallel Passages 73
The World of King Arthur: An Interdisciplinary Course 77
Teaching the Moderns in an Arthurian Course 81
Teaching Major Authors
Translating Yvain and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight for Classroom Use 88
Teaching Gottfried and Wolfram 94
Which Malory Should I Teach? 100
Teaching Tennyson: Idylls of the King as a Serial Poem 106
Teaching White, Stewart, and Berger 113
Teaching Students at Various Levels
Teaching Arthur at a Summer Institute for Secondary School Teachers 118
Lignum Vitae in the Two-Year College 122
Arthur the Great Equalizer: Teaching a Course for Graduate and Undergraduate Students 127
Malory and the Middle English Romance: A Graduate Course 131
Specific Approaches
Arthurian Archaeology 135
Wagner and the Arthurian Tradition 139
Using Nineteenth-Century Visual Arts in the Literature Classroom 143
Teaching Arthurian Film 147
Arthur for Children 151
Women in Arthurian Literature 155
Arthuriana and Popular Culture 159
Contributors and Survey Participants 163
Works Cited
Primary Sources 165
Secondary Sources 174
Films and Recordings 187
Journals and Newsletters 188
Index 189
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