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The Resource Writing theory and critical theory, edited by John Clifford and John Schilb

Writing theory and critical theory, edited by John Clifford and John Schilb

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Writing theory and critical theory
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Writing theory and critical theory
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Research and scholarship in composition
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3
Writing theory and critical theory, edited by John Clifford and John Schilb
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 348-368) and index
Contents
  • Rhetoric, social construction, and gender : is it bad to be sentimental?
  • Suzanne Clark
  • The doubleness of writing and permission to lie
  • Susan Wells
  • The language and authority of theory. Theory, theory talk, and composition
  • Beth Daniell
  • The rhetoric of theory
  • Joseph Harris
  • Science, theory, and the politics of empirical studies in the English department
  • David R. Shumway
  • Refiguring traditions. Composition as a cultural artifact : rethinking history as theory
  • Teaching composition and reading Lacan : an exploration in wild analysis
  • Robert Brooke, Judith Levin, and Joy Ritchie
  • Susan Miller
  • 'On a topic of your own choosing and with a clear position of your own, use at least seven unbiased, accurate, and authoritative sources to write a balanced and objective paper that gives a complete picture of the subject you are investigating'
  • Kathleen McCormick
  • Reading and writing in the classroom and the profession
  • James F. Slevin
  • On conventions and collaboration : the open road and the iron cage
  • Kurt Spellmeyer
  • Response to Brodkey. A writing program administrator's response
  • Ben W. McClelland
  • Response to Brodkey. Topic or pedagogy?
  • Mark Andrew Clark
  • Response to Brodkey. Narrating conflict
  • Patricia Harkin
  • Symposium : looking backward and forward. On the (pendulum-) swinging eighties
  • Louise M. Rosenblatt
  • My life in theory
  • Robert Scholes
  • Narrative theory and narratives. Is there a life in this text? Reimaging narrative
  • Learning to live with your past and liking it
  • W. Ross Winterowd
  • 'Gender and reading' revisited
  • Elizabeth A. Flynn
  • A letter to the editors
  • Sharon Crowley
  • 'Rhetoric is politics,' said the ancient. 'How much so,' I wonder
  • Victor Villanueva, Jr.
  • Response to Part IV. Constructing narratives, seeking change
  • Susan Brown Carlton
  • Judith Summerfield
  • Response to Part IV. Theory, theories, politics, and journeys
  • Beverly J. Moss
  • Essays and experience, time and rhetoric
  • Douglas Hesse
  • Street fights over the impossibility of theory : a report of a seminar
  • Lester Faigley
  • Making a federal case out of difference : the politics of pedagogy, publicity, and postponement
  • Linda Brodkey
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ix, 374 p.
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9780873525763
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