2019 Session I: Suzanne M. Scharer

David Bloome, John Brady, Matthew Seymour
bloome.1@osu.edu, Brady.123@osu.edu, Seymour.170@osu.edu
Teaching and Learning, Language, Education, and Society

PANEL: Dialogic Literary Argumentation and Classroom Conversations About Literature and Race/Totalitarianism

Dialogic Literary Argumentation (DLA) is an approach to the teaching of literature emphasizing arguing to learn and dialogue. We explore data from ethnographic and discourse analytic studies of high school literature classrooms to examine how DLA constitutes political philosophies addressing racism (as one form of totalitarianism).