Edited by Steve Parks, Brenda Glascott, Brian Bailie, Heather Christiansen, and Stacey Waite
Best of the Journals in Rhetoric and Composition Series
Edited by Jessica Pauszek, Kristi Girdharry, Charles Lesh, and Steve Parks
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978-1-60235-312-1 (Paperback; $34); 978-1-60235-313-8 (PDF; $19.99). 361 pages with illustration, notes, and bibliographies. © 2013 by Parlor Press. Individual essays in this book have been reprinted with permission of the respective copyright owners.
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The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2011 represents the result of a nationwide conversation—beginning with journal editors, but expanding to teachers, scholars and workers across the discipline of Rhetoric and Composition—to select essays that showcase the innovative and transformative work now being published in the field’s independent journals. Representing both print and digital journals in Rhetoric and Composition, the essays featured here explore issues ranging from classroom practice to writing in global and digital contexts, from writing workshops to community activism. Together, the essays provide readers with a rich understanding of the present and future direction of the field.
In addition to the introduction by Steve Parks, Brenda Glascott, Brian Bailie, Heather Christiansen, and Stacey Waite, the anthology features work by the following authors and representing these journals: David Bartholomae and Beth Matway (Across the Disciplines), Beverly J. Moss (Community Literacy Journal), Michael J. Faris and Stuart Selber (Composition Forum), Jessica Enoch (Composition Studies), Alex Reid (Enculturation), Guillaume Gentil (Journal of Second Language Writing), Deborah Rossen Knill (The Journal of Teaching Writing), Melissa M. Patchan, Christian D. Schunn, and Russell J. Clark (Journal of Writing Research), Marc C. Santos (Kairos), Ellen Cushman (Pedagogy), Zandra L. Jordan (Reflections), and Kimberly K. Gunter (Writing on the Edge).
Steve Parks, Brenda Glascott, Brian Bailie, Heather Christiansen, and Stacey Waite
Across the Disciplines
The Pittsburgh Study of Writing
David Bartholomae and Beth Matway
Community Literacy Journal
“Phenomenal Women,” Collaborative Literacies, and Community Texts in Alternative “Sista” Spaces
Beverly J. Moss
E-Book Issues in Composition: A Partial Assessment and Perspective for Teachers
Michael J. Faris and Stuart Selber
Changing Research Methods, Changing History: A Reflection on Language, Location, and Archive
Exposing Assemblages: Unlikely Communities of Digital Scholarship, Video, and Social Networks
Journal of Second Language Writing
A Biliteracy Agenda for Genre Research
The Journal of Teaching Writing
Flow and the Principle of Relevance: Bringing Our Dynamic Speaking Knowledge to Writing
Deborah Rossen Knill
Journal of Writing Research
Writing in Natural Sciences: Understanding the Effects of Different Types of Reviewers on the Writing Process
Melissa M. Patchan, Christian D. Schunn, and Russell J. Clark
How the Internet Saved My Daughter and How Social Media Saved My Family
Marc C. Santos
New Media Scholarship and Teaching: Challenging the Hierarchy of Signs
Found” Literacy Partnerships: Service and Activism at Spelman College
Zandra L. Jordan
Writing on the Edge
“In Our Names”: Rewriting the U.S. Death Penalty
Kimberly K. Gunter
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