Virginia English Bulletin
Since teachers, scholars, and scientists began in recent decades to study people who were previously marginalized or totally ignored, revolutions have occurred in knowledge and in literary theories and criticism. An increasing number of literature teachers acknowledge that they cannot ignore these significant changes. Indeed, they recognize that because of multicultural and global awareness, new questions are constantly being asked, new kinds of research are being done, and new approaches are being t:iken to subject matter.
Original Publication Citation
Bazin, N. T. (1993). The revolutions in knowledge and literary theory: Their impact on English classrooms. Virginia English Bulletin, 43(2), 5-11.
Bazin, Nancy Topping, "The Revolutions in Knowledge and Literary Theory: Their Impact on English Classrooms" (1993). English Faculty Publications. 148.