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Working and Writing for Change
An Imprint Series of Parlor Press
Steve Parks, Syracuse University
Cristina Kirklighter , Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Jess Pauszek, Syracuse University
The Writing and Working for Change series began during the 100th anniversary celebrations of NCTE. It was designed to recognize the collective work of teachers of English, Writing, Composition, and Rhetoric to work within and across diverse identities to ensure the field recognize and respect language, educational, political, and social rights of all students, teachers, and community members. While initially solely focused on the work of NCTE/CCCC Special Interest Groups and Caucuses, the series now includes texts written by individuals in partnership with other communities struggling for social recognition and justice.
- History of the Black Caucus National Council Teachers of English by Marianna White Davis
- Listening to Our Elders: Working and Writing for Social Change by Samantha Blackmon, Cristina Kirklighter, and Steve Parks
- Building a Community, Having a Home: A History of the Conference on College Composition and Communication edited by Jennifer Sano-Franchini, Terese Guinsatao Monberg, K. Hyoejin Yoon
PHD to PhD: How Education Saved My Life by Elaine Richardson
Forthcoming . . .
The Weight of My Armor by Peter K. McShane, Ivy Kleinbart, and Eileen Schell