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Our Body of Work
Embodied Administration and Teaching
Our Body of Workinvites administrators and teachers to consider how physical bodies inform everyday work and labor as well as research and administrative practices in writing programs.
Racing Translingualism in Composition
Toward a Race-Conscious Translingualism
Racing Translingualism provides both theoretical and pedagogical reconsiderations of the translingual approach to language diversity by addressing the intersections of race and translingualism.
Critical Making Theories and Methods in Rhetoric and Composition
Toward an Anti-Capitalist Composition
In Toward an Anti-Capitalist Composition, James Rushing Daniel argues that capitalism is eminently responsible for the entangled catastrophes of the twenty-first century—precarity, economic and racial inequality, the decline of democratic culture, and climate change—and that it must accordingly become a central focus in the teaching of writing.
"A Marvelous Work"
Reading Mormonism in West Africa
Bodies of Knowledge
Embodied Rhetorics in Theory and Practice
The Intersections of Writing Center and Game Studies
Behind the Curtain of Scholarly Publishing
Editors in Writing Studies
CounterStories from the Writing Center
Disrupting the Center
A Partnership Approach to Writing Across the University
College Writing Programs after the Civil Rights Movement
Craft, Ethics, and New Materialist Rhetorics
Programmatic and Administrative Approaches for Multimodal Curricular Transformation
Rhetoric and Guns
North American Monsters
A Contemporary Legend Casebook
Mining a mountain of folklore publications, North American Monsters unearths decades of notable monster research.
Writing Across Difference
Theory and Intervention
Stories of Becoming
Demystifying the Professoriate for Graduate Students in Composition and Rhetoric
Based on findings from a multiyear, nationwide study of new faculty in the field of rhetoric and composition, Stories of Becoming provides graduate students—and those who train them—with specific strategies for preparing for a career in the professoriate.
Civic Engagement in Global Contexts
International Education, Community Partnerships, and Higher Education
This volume examines the role of writing, rhetoric, and literacy programs and approaches in the practice of civic engagement in global contexts.
Change Work across Writing Programs, Pedagogies, and Practices
This edited volume offers strategies for implementing large- and small-scale changes in writing programs by focusing on transformations—the institutional, programmatic, curricular, and labor practices that work together to shape our teaching and learning experiences of writing and rhetoric in higher education.
Teaching Writing through the Immigrant Story
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