This article presents an argument for integrating affective inquiry into the curriculum. Affective inquiry is envisioned as a methodology through which students a) interrogate their emotional responses to social/textual phenomena and b) analyze emotions as social constructs. Practical examples demonstrating how affective inquiry supports students’ literary reading are provided.
"An Argument for Affective Inquiry,"
New Jersey English Journal: Vol. 10, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.montclair.edu/nj-english-journal/vol10/iss2021/9