Lynn Z. Bloom
Lauer Series in Rhetoric and Composition
Edited by Thomas Rickert and Jennifer Bay
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978-1-60235-059-5 (paperback; $27.00 ); 978-1-60235-060-1 (hardcover; $55.00); 978-1-60235-061-8 (PDF, $9.99), © 2008 by Parlor Press. 244 pages with notes, appendices, bibliography, and index
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About This Book
In Writers Without Borders: Writing and Teaching Writing in Troubled Times, Lynn Z. Bloom presents groundbreaking research on the nature of essays and on the political, philosophical, ethical, and pragmatic considerations that influence how we read, write, and teach them in times troubled by terrorism, transgressive students, and uses and abuses of the Internet. Writers Without Borders reinforces Bloom’s reputation for presenting innovative and sophisticated research with a writer’s art and a teacher’s heart. Each of the eleven essays addresses in its own way the essay itself as one way to live and learn with others.
About the Author
Before retiring, Lynn Z. Bloom was the Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor and Aetna Chair of Writing at the University of Connecticut. She has authored or edited numerous books, including Composition Studies as a Creative Art (1998), The Seven Deadly Virtues (2008), The Arlington Reader (2008), The Essay Connection (9th ed. forthcoming), and two volumes of Composition Studies in the 21st Century (1996). Her many essays have appeared in College English, Writing on the Edge, Pedagogy, and elsewhere.
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