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Mariolina Rizzi Salvatori (University of Pittsburgh)
Teaching,' 'Scholarly Teaching,' 'Scholarship of Teaching and Learning': What do they (not) have in common?

April 29, 2003

Mariolina Salvatori teaches and does research in the areas of hermeneutics, composition, literacy, and pedagogy. She is particularly interested in exploring the transactions of knowledge, and the relations between teachers, students, and texts that different theories of reading make possible. Her publications include: "Pedagogy: From the Periphery to the Center"; "On Behalf of Pedagogy"; "If on a winter's night a traveler: Writer's Authority/Reader's Autonomy"; "The Teaching of Teaching: Theoretical Reflections"; Pedagogy 1819-1929: Disturbing History (University of Pittsburgh Press,1996); "Conversations with Texts." "Difficulty: The Great Educational Divide" (Opening Lines: Approaches to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Carnegie Publications 2000). For those of you interested in her work, you might like to check http://www.pitt.edu/~marsa/. Disturbing Pedagogy and Opening Lines are both available from the Center's library for overnight checkout.

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