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  • Women's ways of making 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Knowledge creation has been disparaged as inferior to other expressions. Favoring the hand over the eye (as this collection) problematizes the way the eye has been co-opted as mind's investigation tool. Other senses are ...
  • Redefining roles: the professional, faculty, and graduate consultant's guide to writing centers 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Recognizes and provides sustained focus on the presence of professional, faculty, and graduate student consultants in writing centers. A number of writing centers employ non-peer consultants, yet most training manuals are ...
  • Mountain witches: Yamauba 

    Author(s):Reider, Noriko Tsunoda
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    A guide to the complex figure of Yamauba-female yōkai often translated as mountain witches, who are commonly described as tall, enigmatic women with long hair, piercing eyes, and living in the mountains-evolution of their ...
  • Writer's style, The: a rhetorical field guide 

    Author(s):Butler, Paul
    Date Issued:2018
    Format:born digital; books
    Designed to help students learn to use style as a rhetorical tool for college writing, taking into account audience, purpose, context, and occasion, A style guide for a new generation but also a new generation of style ...
  • Farm: a multimodal reader 

    Author(s):Kinkead, Joyce; Funda, Evelyn; McNeill, Lynne S.
    Date Issued:2020
    Format:born digital; books
    A textbook, Farm places the culture of agriculture (by which they mean the "knowledge, beliefs, laws, customs, ethics, and art of a society") at the forefront. Composed of texts (excerpted literary works, essays, recipes, ...
  • Mobility work in composition 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Takes mobility to be the norm, rather than the exception to a norm of stasis and stability. Both in-depth investigations of specific forms of mobility work in composition, as well as and responses to and reflections on ...
  • Rewriting: how to do things with texts 

    Author(s):Harris, Joseph
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; books
    2nd edition. Harris draws the college writing student away from static ideas of thesis, support, and structure, and toward a more mature and dynamic understanding and to think of intellectual writing as an adaptive and ...
  • From military to academy: the writing and learning transitions of student-veterans 

    Author(s):Blaauw-Hara, Mark
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Explores the writing and learning transitions of student military veterans at the college level. Providing meaningful research into the ways adult learners bring their knowledge to the classroom offering new ways of thinking ...
  • Naming what we know: threshold concepts of writing studies 

    Date Issued:2016
    Format:born digital; books
    Naming What We Know, Classroom Edition examines the core principles of knowledge in the discipline of writing studies, using the lens of "threshold concepts"--Concepts that are critical for epistemological participation ...
  • Reading and writing instruction in the twenty-first century: recovering and transforming the pedagogy of Robert Scholes 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Contemporary scholars explore and extend the continued relevance of Robert Scholes's work in English and writing studies. Scholes passed in 2016, leaving a legacy focused on textuality and had significant impact on a range ...
  • Reed Smoot hearings, The: the investigation of a Mormon senator and the transformation of an American religion 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Examines the hearings that followed Mormon apostle Reed Smoot's 1903 election to the US Senate and subsequent protests and petitioning efforts from mainstream Christian ministries disputing Smoot's right to serve. Explores ...
  • Translingual pedagogical perspectives: engaging domestic and international students in the composition classroom 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Addresses the movement toward translingualism in writing classrooms and demonstrates pedagogical strategies faculty can take to represent domestic and international students' perspectives. Contributors explore approaches ...
  • Unlearning: rethinking poetics, pandemics, and the politics of knowledge 

    Author(s):Briggs, Charles L.
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    A provocative theoretical synthesis, Briggs questions intellectual foundations and charts new paths. Through a look back at his own works as well as critical readings, scholars can disrupt existing social and discourse ...
  • Equipping technical communicators for social justice work: theories, methodologies, and pedagogies 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Provides action-focused resources-heuristics, methodologies, theories-for scholars to enact social justice. These resources support the work of scholars and practitioners in conducting research and teaching classes in ...
  • Researching writing: an introduction to research methods 

    Author(s):Kinkead, Joyce
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:born digital; books
    An accessible, informative textbook that teaches undergraduates how to conduct ethical, authentic research in writing studies. The book introduces students to the research approaches used most often, and offers a course ...
  • Standing at the threshold: working through liminality in the composition and rhetoric TAship 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Articulates identity and role dissonances experienced by composition and rhetoric teaching assistants and reimagines the TAship within a larger professional development process. Current researchers and scholars have not ...
  • Speaking up, speaking out: lived experiences of non-tenure track faculty in writing studies 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Addresses the experiences of those in the non-tenure-track faculty (NTTF) trenches through storytelling and reflection. By connecting NTTF voices from various aspects of writing studies, offers fresh perspectives and ...
  • Mapping racial literacies: college students write about race and segregation 

    Author(s):Bell, Sophie R.
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Based on a mixed-methods study of students' writing in a first-year writing course themed around race and shows college student writing that directly confronts lived experiences of segregation-and, increasingly, of ...
  • Folklore and social media 

    Date Issued:2020
    Format:born digital; books
    New scholarship to study digital folklore. A unique virtual, hybridized platform for human communication, social media is more dynamic, ubiquitous, and nuanced than the internet ever was by itself. Taking both the "digital" ...
  • Black or right: anti/racist campus rhetorics 

    Author(s):Maraj, Louis M.
    Date Issued:2020
    Format:born digital; books
    Exploring notions of Blackness in white institutional-particularly educational-spaces. Theorizing how in the age of #BlackLivesMatter, Black identity operates with/against neoliberal ideas of difference. Centering Blackness ...

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