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  • Reprogrammable rhetoric: critical making theories and methods in rhetoric and composition 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Reprogrammable Rhetoric offers theoretical perspectives on material and cultural rhetorics alongside tutorials for critical making across wearable sensors, Arduinos, Twitter bots, multimodal pedagogy, Raspberry Pis, and ...
  • Violence in the work of composition: recognizing, intervening, ameliorating 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    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 ...
  • Toward an anti-capitalist composition 

    Author(s):Daniel, James Rushing
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Toward an Anti-Capitalist Composition argues that capitalism is responsible for the entangled catastrophes of the twenty-first century, and that it must accordingly become a central focus in the teaching of writing. Daniel ...
  • Our body of work: embodied administration and teaching 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Our Body of Work invites administrators and teachers to consider how physical bodies inform everyday work and labor as well as research and administrative practices in writing programs. Combining academic and personal ...
  • Racing translingualism in composition: toward a race-conscious translingualism 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    This collection foregrounds the role race and racism play in the construction of language differences and examines the co-naturalization of race and language to theorize a race-conscious translingual praxis. It offers ...
  • Behind the curtain of scholarly publishing: editors in writing studies 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Provides new and seasoned scholars with behind-the-scenes explorations and expositions of the histories of scholarly editing and the role of the scholarly editor from the perspectives of current and former editors from ...
  • Making progress: programmatic and administrative approaches for multimodal curricular transformation 

    Author(s):Bearden, Logan
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    An empirical investigation into the strategies and processes first-year composition programs can use to center multimodal work in their curricula. Presenting a series of flexible strategies, evolving considerations, and ...
  • Bodies of knowledge: embodied rhetorics in theory and practice 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Challenges the homogenizing (mis)understandings of knowledge construction and provides a complex discussion of what happens when we do not attend to embodied rhetorical theories. Language is always a reflection of culture, ...
  • Unlimited players: the intersections of writing center and game studies 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Provides writing center scholars with new approaches to engaging with multimodality in the writing center through the lenses of games, play, and digital literacies. Game scholarship can productively deepen existing writing ...
  • CounterStories from the writing center 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Gathers emerging scholars of colour and their white accomplices to challenge the cherished lore about the work of writing centres. Writing within an intersectional feminist frame, the contributors name and critique the ...
  • North American monsters: a contemporary legend casebook 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Mining a broad cross-section of diverse folklore journals and books that demonstrates notable legendary monster research and encourages future scholarly monster pursuits. Focusing on ostensibly living creatures strongly ...
  • Writing across difference: theory and intervention 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Increasingly divided by economic inequality, racial injustice, xenophobic violence, and authoritarian governance, writing studies scholars have developed responsive theories and practices to engage students, teachers, ...
  • Rhetoric and guns 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Analyzes rhetoric about guns, guns in rhetoric, and guns as rhetoric, particularly as they relate to instances of guns in culture. Attempts to understand rhetoric's relationship to guns and how they function in and as ...
  • Desegregation state: college writing programs after the civil rights movement 

    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    A history of federal enforcement of higher education desegregation and its impact on writing programs. Focusing on University System of Georgia and two colleges, one a historically segregated white college and a historically ...
  • Making matters: craft, ethics, and new materialist rhetorics 

    Author(s):Gruwell, Leigh
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Writing Studies has become absorbed with new materialist rhetoric, which considers how rhetoric emerges not from independent human agents but instead from complex assemblages of humans and nonhumans. Radical reconfiguration ...
  • Disrupting the center: a partnership approach to writing across the university 

    Author(s):Hallman Martini, Rebecca
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Analyzes and critiques one particular writing center's partnership-approach to collaboration with disciplinary faculty and upper administrators across the curriculum and offers writing centers a framework for responding ...
  • Hidden inequities in labor-based contract grading, The 

    Author(s):Carillo, Ellen C.
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Intervenes in labor-based grading practice by expanding the scope of this assessment practice to include disabled and multiply marginalized students. Critiques the assumption that labor is a neutral measure to assess ...
  • Teaching writing through the immigrant story 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Explores the intersection between immigration and pedagogy via the narrative. Embedded in the contexts both of student writing and student reading of literature, scholars engage the topic of immigration within writing and ...
  • Stories of becoming: demystifying the professoriate for graduate students in composition and rhetoric 

    Author(s):Lutkewitte, Claire; Kitchens, Juliette C.; Scanlon, Molly J.
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; books
    Findings from a multiyear, nationwide study of new faculty in rhetoric and composition, provides graduate students--and those who train them--strategies for career preparation. Through the use of stories, invite readers ...
  • Queerly centered: LGBTQA writing center directors navigate the workplace 

    Author(s):Webster, Travis
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Examines intersections among writing center administration and LGBTQA identity, exploring queer directors, their administrative labor, and the implications of their labor in administration. Shows the nuanced and complex ...

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