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Do student preferences and classroom dynamics shape scholarly disciplines?

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    Kenneth Mayer
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    Does anyone discuss how student interests or concerns can wind up shaping curricula or even the direction of a scholarly discipline?
    I have combed the education literature and not seen a hint of anything that could give me a model or theoretical context for my claims about how classroom practice shaped scholarly discipline in Classics, specifically Latin Literature.
    Does anyone know any forums where I could post this question (google groups, email lists, or anything) ?
    Much obliged for any and all assistance!
    Ken Mayer
    Capitol Technology University

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    Kenneth Mayer
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    The schoolboys’ revenge: how the golden line entered classical scholarship, Classical Receptions Journal,, Volume 12, Issue 2, April 2020, Pages 248–278, https://doi.org/10.1093/crj/clz029

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