Recovery Hub for American Women Writers is currently seeking teaching materials related to using digital literary recovery projects or engaging students in literature recovery projects in the classroom. Projects should relate to our mission of supporting the recovery of neglected literature by women of the Americas.

Good news! We’ve extended our deadline until March 11, 2024. Those interested may submit either a 150- to 200-word abstract describing their materials, or submit their materials in full with descriptions via our submission form (see link below).

Our team aims to collaborate with instructors to develop publishable, shareable resources on how to do recovery in the classroom or how to use digital recovery projects with students. By responding to this open call via the submission form linked below, you will be eligible to have your teaching materials peer reviewed by other scholar-teachers and published on Recovery Hub’s website.

We welcome anything from a classroom activity to a unit plan, a detailed syllabus, or just a few general thoughts about a teaching experience you had with a digital archive in the classroom. And while we would particularly invite instructors who have taught one of the below archives showcased at the Hub to submit, we are also interested in hearing from you if you have a classroom activity that focuses on other digital recovery projects or recovery work in the classroom.

If you have any teaching materials or brief reflections to share, please review Recovery Hub’s Pedagogical Support page, our pedagogical mission statement (which includes a list of possible teaching materials) and our Memorandum of Understanding.

To submit: Complete this form by March 11, 2024. We would love to hear from you!