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Toward More Sustainable Metaphors of Writing Program Administration
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.
Changing Conceptions, Changing Practices
Innovating Teaching across Disciplines
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.
Distant Readings of Disciplinarity
Knowing and Doing in Composition/Rhetoric Dissertations
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.
Designing Multilingual Experiences in Technical Communication
Writing the Classroom
Pedagogical Documents as Rhetorical Genres
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.
The Material Culture of Writing
The Material Culture of Writing opens up avenues for understanding writing through scholarship in material culture studies.
Still, the Small Voice
Narrative, Personal Revelation, and the Mormon Folk Tradition
Violence in the Work of Composition
Recognizing, Intervening, Ameliorating
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.
The Dual Enrollment Kaleidoscope
Reconfiguring Perceptions of First-Year Writing and Composition Studies
Drilled to Write
Becoming a Cadet Writer at a Senior Military College
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