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The Joys of Teaching Literature


´The Joys of Teaching Literature´ is an academic blog, written in English, by Sara Martín, an Anglist at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
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Sara Martín Alegre's blog on English Studies is a glorious exception in the Spanish University: an academic blog which is persistent, well-informed, regularly updated, and invariably interesting reading for students of Anglophone literature and cultural studies. And many neighboring areas, notably gender studies and pedagogy.

  I wish Sara Martin would contribute now and then a paper to the English edition of Ibercampus, if only in order to make her own blog better known and more widely read, which it richly deserves. And I say that from the standpoint of a reader who often disagrees with her views or assumptions, but who can't help but admire the quality of the blog, her extensive and informed knowledge of literature, and the dynamism and verve of her engagement with university teaching and academic work generally.

   Most readers of Ibercampus, I am aware, are not into English studies. So I'll just link here, by way of an instance, her latest entry, which happens to be a reflection on the Spanish university teachers generally speaking. You may add her blog to your favourites free of charge, and listen to a well-informed, fresh and engaging voice from the forefront of literary and cultural studies.

Martín Alegre, Sara. "All that resentment: University teachers and Spanish society." The Joys of Teaching Literature 22 Jan. 2019.
         https://blogs.uab.cat/saramartinalegre/2019/01/22/all-that-resentment-university-teachers-and-spanish-society/
         2019
 

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