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dc.contributor.editorElliot, Norbert
dc.contributor.editorHorning, Alice S.
dc.date2020
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-09T12:28:00Z
dc.date.available2020-07-09T12:28:00Z
dc.descriptionIncludes bibliographical references and index.
dc.description.abstractPrestigious writing studies scholars deliberate on intellectual traditions, current practices, and directions for the future. Mid-career scholars react to each chapter with a thoughtful and measured response. Authors have three common experiences: responsibility for advancing a profession, research dedicated to advancing opportunities, and a sense of humility--provided by publisher.
dc.description.tableofcontentsThe professionalization and future of technical and professional communication / Jo Allen; response: Turning towards social justice approaches to technical and professional communication / Michele F. Eble -- Talking brought me here: sociolinguistics and African American life / Akuda Duku Anokye; response: Still talking: embracing varieties, worlds Englishes, and the power of words / Patricia Friedrich -- The times, they are a-changin': one assessment specialist's reflections on the evolution of research and policy in large-scale assessments at one assessment company / Douglas Baldwin; response: You better start swimmin' or you'll sink like a stone: how assessment keeps changin' / Devon Tomasulo -- Learning from the National Writing Project as a kindergarten-university partnership: talking back and forth / Judy Buchanan and Richard Sterling; response: Talking back and forth between memory and legacy in the National Writing Project /Anne Elrod Whitney -- Intimate machines: cultivating wisdom in elder gardens / Hugh Burns; response: Toward a research agenda for digital intimacy / Ann N. Amicucci -- Assessment as a by-product of ongoing research: identifying, describing, and nourishing a campus culture of teaching and learning / William Condon; Reponse: From assessment as research to empirical education / Mike Truong -- A Bedford story: taking the measure of a publisher / Joan Feinberg; response: On being useful / Leasa Burton -- Framing and facing histories of rhetoric and composition: composition-rhetoric in the time of the Dartmouth conference / Cinthia Gannett and John C. Brereton; response: History has moved through us / Katherine E. Tirabassi -- Wisdom: a meditative quilt / Eli Goldblatt; response: Doors, walls, and the paradox of not knowing / Jessica Restaino; response: Legacy and invitation / Paige Davis Arrington, with Ann E. Berthoff -- "Bottomless mysteries" on the margins: a dream interview / Janis Haswell and Richard Haswell; response: Toward open exchanges in a networked world / Stacey Pigg -- Aging through the thirty-year rise of professionalized writing administration / Douglas Hesse; response: Embracing the accidental trajectory / Eliana Schonberg -- Reading old and new: an autobiography and an argument / Alice S. Horning; response: Talking back (to Alice S. Horning) / Ellen Carillo -- Rewriting the language(s) of language differences in writing / Min-Zhan Lu and Bruce Horner; response: Not trajectory but translation: talking back with and to Min-Zhan Lu and Bruce Horner / Dylan B. Dryer -- Starting from scratch: practicing and teaching the work of words / Donald McQuade; response: The goal of teaching is to become obsolete / Eric Heltzel -- Rethinking basic writing: reflections on language, education, and opportunity / Rebecca Williams Mlynarczyk; response: A reckoning for basic writing / Sean Molloy -- Contact zones across the disciplines / Les Perelman; response: Writing research across disciplinary boundaries / Suzanne Lane -- Identity work: continuities and transformations in the senior years / Louise Wetherbee Phelps; response: Reading identity work through a disability lens: care, bodies, and time / Elisabeth L. Miller -- Raciolinguistics and the "Mis-education of the negro" -- and you too: race, language, and the elder in "post-racial" America / Geneva Smitherman; response: "I love my African American language. And Yours": toward a raciolinguistic vision in writing studies / Shenika Hankerson -- Valuing new approaches for tenure and promotion for WAC/WID Scholar/Administrators: advice for higher education and the writing studies community / Martha A. Townsend; response: Community: a response to Marty Townsend / Michael Rifenburg -- Mode meshing: before the new world was new / Victor Villanueva; response: Becoming in the new world / Asao B. Inoue -- Fifty years of curriculum changes: looking in and looking out in college writing classes / Edward M. White; response: Looking back to move forward: a response to Edward M. White / Sherry Rankins-Robertson -- The composing of seniors: navigating needs, tasks, and social practices / Kathleen Blake Yancey; response: The composing of the 41%: a response to Kathleen Blake Yancey / Jennifer Enoch.
dc.format.mediumborn digital
dc.format.mediumbooks
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10217/210737
dc.languageEnglish
dc.publisherColorado State University. Libraries
dc.publisher.originalUtah State University Press
dc.relation.ispartofUtah State University Press
dc.rights©2020 University Press of Colorado
dc.rights.accessAccess is limited to the Adams State University, Colorado State University, Colorado State University Pueblo, Community College of Denver, Fort Lewis College, Metropolitan State University Denver, Regis University, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, University of Colorado Denver, University of Northern Colorado, University of Wyoming, Utah State University and Western State Colorado University communities only.
dc.subject.lcshEnglish language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching (Higher)
dc.subject.lcshAcademic writing -- Study and teaching
dc.subject.lcshComposition (Language arts) -- Study and teaching
dc.titleTalking back: senior scholars and their colleagues deliberate the past, present, and future of writing studies
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