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Rhetoric and Guns

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Disrupting the Center

A Partnership Approach to Writing Across the University

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Desegregation State

College Writing Programs after the Civil Rights Movement

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Making Matters

Craft, Ethics, and New Materialist Rhetorics

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Unlimited Players

The Intersections of Writing Center and Game Studies

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Behind the Curtain of Scholarly Publishing

Editors in Writing Studies

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Bodies of Knowledge

Embodied Rhetorics in Theory and Practice

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Toward an Anti-Capitalist Composition

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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.

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"A Marvelous Work"

Reading Mormonism in West Africa

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Reprogrammable Rhetoric

Critical Making Theories and Methods in Rhetoric and Composition

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Our Body of Work

Embodied Administration and Teaching

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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.

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Racing Translingualism in Composition

Toward a Race-Conscious Translingualism

Edited by Tom Do and Karen Rowan
Utah State University Press

Racing Translingualism provides both theoretical and pedagogical reconsiderations of the translingual approach to language diversity by addressing the intersections of race and translingualism.



 

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The Dual Enrollment Kaleidoscope

Reconfiguring Perceptions of First-Year Writing and Composition Studies

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Drilled to Write

Becoming a Cadet Writer at a Senior Military College

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Violence in the Work of Composition

Recognizing, Intervening, Ameliorating

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Focusing on overt and covert violence and bringing attention to the many ways violence inflects and infects the teaching, administration, and scholarship of composition, Violence in the Work of Composition examines both forms of violence and the reciprocal relationships uniting them across the discipline.

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Still, the Small Voice

Narrative, Personal Revelation, and the Mormon Folk Tradition

Edited by Tom Mould
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The Material Culture of Writing

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The Material Culture of Writing opens up avenues for understanding writing through scholarship in material culture studies.

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Writing the Classroom

Pedagogical Documents as Rhetorical Genres

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Writing the Classroom explores how faculty compose and use pedagogical documents to establish classroom expectations and teaching practices, as well as to articulate the professional identities they perform both inside and outside the classroom.

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Beyond the Betrayal

The Memoir of a World War II Japanese American Draft Resister of Conscience

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Beyond the Betrayal is a lyrically written memoir by Yoshito Kuromiya, a Nisei member of the Fair Play Committee (FPC) that was organized at the Heart Mountain War Relocation Authority camp.

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Changing Conceptions, Changing Practices

Innovating Teaching across Disciplines

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Changing Conceptions, Changing Practices demonstrates that it is possible for groups of faculty members to change teaching and learning in radical ways across their programs, despite the current emphasis on efficiency and accountability.

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Distant Readings of Disciplinarity

Knowing and Doing in Composition/Rhetoric Dissertations

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In Distant Readings of Disciplinarity, Benjamin Miller brings a big data approach to the study of disciplinarity in rhetoric, composition, and writing studies (RCWS) by developing scalable maps of the methods and topics of several thousand RCWS dissertations from 2001 to 2015.

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Toward More Sustainable Metaphors of Writing Program Administration

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The field of writing program administration has long been a space rich in metaphor. From plate-twirling to fire-extinguishing, parents to dungeon masters, and much more, the work of a WPA extends to horizons unknown. Responding to the constraints of austerity, Toward More Sustainable Metaphors of Writing Program Administration offers new lenses for established WPAs and provides aspiring and early career WPAs with a sense of the range of responsibilities and opportunities in their academic and professional spaces.

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Strangely Rhetorical

Composing Differently With Novelty Devices

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Strangely Rhetorical establishes the groundwork for strangeness as a lens under the broader interdisciplinary umbrella of rhetoric and composition and shares a series of rhetorical devices for practically thinking about how compositions are made unique.

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Writing on the Wall

Writing Education and Resistance to Isolationism

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The first concerted effort of writing studies scholars to interrogate isolationism in the United States, Writing on the Wall reveals how writing teachers—often working directly with students who are immigrants, undocumented, first-generation, international, and students of color—embody ideas that counter isolationism.

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Hashtag Activism Interrogated and Embodied

Case Studies on Social Justice Movements

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Hashtag Activism Interrogated and Embodied analyzes the ways that hashtags repurpose and reclaim societal narratives, considering how these digital interactions carry over into external spaces and are embodied by both participants and spectators alike.

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