Current Issue | Fall 2022, 50.3

At a Glance

Jennifer Clary-Lemon,
Derek Mueller, and
Kate Pantelides

Myth-Checking in Complandia: The Dispositions of Try This


Chen Chen, Dev K. Bose, Jennifer Sano-Franchini, Elizabeth Keller Kirycki, Ruth D. Osorio, and
Elliot Tetreault

Interrogating the Four Ps: Positionality, Privilege, Power, and
Professionalism in the Rhetoric and Composition Job Market

Louis M. Maraj

Unlike Conventional Form(s) Of: Beyond Reparative Antiracism

Pam Lieske, Ana Wetzl, and Mahli Xuan Mechenbier

Teaching During a Pandemic: A Study of Instructors’ Preparedness for Online Composition Delivery

Alisa Russell

“Expanding Communicative Possibilities” in the Public Writing

Course Designs

Jannell McConnell Parsons,
Kathryn Kohls, Shelby Roberts,
Joshua McConnell Parsons, and
Jim Ridolfo

WRD 110 – Composition and Communication I: Researching Oral
Histories of the University of Kentucky

Nathaniel Norment, Jr.

Incorporating Black Life, History, and Culture (BLHAC) in English
Composition 101 at an HBCU

Where We Are: Discourses of Crisis in Rhetoric and Composition

Carmen Kynard

Fakers and Takers: Disrespect, Crisis, and Inherited Whiteness in Rhetoric-Composition Studies

William P. Banks

Queering Crisis: Hope for an Alternative Academy

Ryan Skinnell

Dizzying Up the Discipline

Jim Ridolfo

A Long-Term Crisis: Peak Graduate Programs and Market Contraction

Cedric D. Burrows

A Historical and Cultural Rendering of the Rhetoric of
Disciplinary Crisis

Sandra Jamieson

The AI “Crisis” and A (Re)turn To Pedagogy

Review Essay

Gavin P. Johnson and
G. Edzordzi Agbozo

New Histories and Theories of Writing with/through Technologies:
A Review Essay

Are We There Yet? Computers and the Teaching of Writing in American Higher Education–Twenty Years Later, by Jennifer Marlow and James P. Purdy

Video Scholarship and Screen Composing, by Daniel Anderson

100 Years of New Media Pedagogy, by Jason Palmeri and Ben McCorkle

Book Reviews

Suzanne Bordelon

Writing Rhetorically: Fostering Responsive Thinkers and Communicators, by
Jennifer Fletcher

Erick Raven

Self+Culture+Writing: Autoethnography for/as Writing Studies, edited by
Rebecca Jackson and Jackie Grutsch McKinney

Tyler J. Martinez

Storytelling in Queer Appalachia: Imagining and Writing the Unspeakable Other, edited by Hillary Glasby, Sherrie Gradin, and Rachael Ryerson

Jainab Tabassum Banu

Community Is the Way: Engaged Writing and Designing for Transformative Change, by Aimée Knight

Andres Altamirano

Translingual Pedagogical Perspectives: Engaging Domestic and International Students in the Composition Classroom, edited by Julia Kiernan, Alanna Frost, and
Suzanne Blum Malley

Rae Haight

Beyond Progress in the Prison Classroom: Options and Opportunities, by
Anna Plemons