Fall 2016, 44.2

Composing With

Lucille M. Schultz Pleasures of (Recomposing) the Text


Rebekka Andersen Teaching Visual Rhetoric as a Close Reading Strategy
Daniel V. Bommarito and Emily Cooney Cultivating a Reflective Approach to Language Difference in Composition Pedagogy
Casie J. Fedukovich Secrets in the Thirdspace: The National Day on Writing as Campus Engagement
Rob McAlear and Mark Pedretti Writing Toward the End: Students’ Perceptions of Doneness in the Composition Classroom
Bethany Davila and Hannah Dickinson At a Distance: The Encoding of Place in the University

Where We Are: Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Writing Programs

Hope Jackson and Karen Keaton Jackson We Are Family: I Got All My (HBCU) Sisters With Me
James Rushing Daniel Crisis at the HBCU
David F. Green, Jr. Raising Game
Kathi R. Griffin and Tatiana Glushko Caught Between the Promise and the Past: A View from the Writing Center
Alexandria Lockett and Sarah RudeWalker Creative Disruption and the Potential of Writing at HBCUs
Faye Spencer-Maor and Robert E. Randolph, Jr. Shifting the Talk: Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Feminism at HBCUs
Brian J. Stone and Shawanda Stewart HBCUs and Writing Programs: Critical Hip Hop Language Pedagogy and First-Year Student Success

Book Reviews

Rebecca Dingo Deliberative Acts, Human Rights, and Rewriting Value—Engaging Rhetoric’s Tools for Global Justice

Books under reviewDeliberative Acts: Democracy, Rhetoric, and Rights, by Arabella Lyon; Writing Neoliberal Values: Rhetorical Connectivities and Globalized Capitalism, by Rachel Riedner

Liane Malinowski and Anne Bello New Directions in Revisionist Histories of Composition

Books under reviewIn the Archives of Composition: Writing and Rhetoric in High Schools and Normal Schools, edited by Lori Ostergaard and Henrietta Rix Wood; Microhistories of Composition, edited by Bruce McComiskey

Tom Pace Transfer and Writing Assignments across the Curriculum: Broadening the Knowledge and Practice of Rhetorical Contexts beyond First-Year Composition

Books under reviewWriting across Contexts: Transfer, Composition, and Sites of Writing, by Kathleen Blake Yancey, Liane Robertson, and Kara Taczak; Assignments across the Curriculum: A National Study of Writing, by Dan Melzer

Chanon Adsanatham Toward a New Rhetoric of Difference, by Stephanie L. Kerschbaum
Raquel Corona Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies: Teaching and Assessing Writing for a Socially Just Future, by Asao B. Inoue
Ben Harley Still Life with Rhetoric: A New Materialist Approach to Visual Rhetorics, by Laurie E. Gries
Darin Jensen Composition in the Age of Austerity, edited by Nancy Welch and Tony Scott
Brian J. Stone Very Like a Whale: The Assessment of Writing Programs, edited by Edward M. White, Norbert Elliott, and Irvin Peckham

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