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Walston, Alexis Sabryn; Enoch, Jessica – Composition Studies, 2022
In this article, University of Maryland writing program administrators Alexis Walston and Jessica Enoch explore the "Composition Studies" archive and its trove of articles from 1972 to the present with a focus on the emotive dimension of teaching and administration. As Walston and Enoch have worked to support a large community of…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Writing Research, Psychological Patterns, Writing Instruction
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Rosas, Ray; Glenn, Cheryl – Composition Studies, 2022
In the fifty-some years that "Composition Studies" [formerly "Freshman English News"] has been mapping the composition and writing field, much attention has been given to so-called minoritized writers. The initial analysis of minoritized writers in "Freshman English News," for instance, was almost entirely framed by…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Minority Group Students, Undergraduate Students, Racism
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Phelps, Louise Wetherbee – Composition Studies, 2022
When pondering how to contribute to this special issue, the author was startled to realize that their career, the journal's history, and the development of the discipline--rhetoric and composition/writing studies (RCWS)--had run in parallel for 50 years. This essay tells a story of how "generation" came to matter in rhetoric and…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Writing Processes, Writing Research, Rhetoric
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Anson, Chris M. – Composition Studies, 2022
Student plagiarism has challenged educators for decades, with heightened paranoia following the advent of the Internet in the 1980's and ready access to easily copied text. But plagiarism will look like child's play next to new developments in AI-based natural-language processing (NLP) systems that increasingly appear to "write" as…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, Writing Assignments
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Micciche, Laura R. – Composition Studies, 2022
The author reflects on receiving the entire archival history of "Composition Studies" upon becoming editor of the journal in 2013. This caused the realization that the growth of the field and the livelihoods of those within it is not as stable as it would seem from the outside, and that it is heavily dependent on individuals to preserve…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Writing Research, Educational History, Archives
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Chairez, Yvette; Ramirez Gentry, Victoria; Hum, Sue – Composition Studies, 2022
Latinx bodies challenge conventional historical, ideological, and institutional narratives that seek to fix, define, and render legible racial identities. By foregrounding difference and specificity--"differences within difference"--the authors seek to illuminate the degree to which focusing on a single narrative erases and silences…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Student Experience, Racial Identification, Racism
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Koupf, Danielle – Composition Studies, 2021
This article argues that the intersection of invention and style is a rich site for rhetorical study, for amplification, and for critical-creative tinkering, a process of writing new versions of an old text. At this intersection, writers can tinker to amplify an existing text and thus work to continue or begin anew the inventive process. To…
Descriptors: Creative Thinking, Critical Thinking, Textbooks, Educational History
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Novotny, Maria; Edwards, Claire; Frandsen, Gitte; Koepke, Danielle; Marcum, Joni; Smith, Chloe; Sommers, Angelyn; Williams, Madison – Composition Studies, 2021
ENG 712: Theories in Public Rhetoric & Community Engagement is a required course for MA and PhD students concentrating in Rhetoric, Writing, and Community Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). The topic for this course rotates depending upon the teaching faculty member's area of expertise. In the 2020 rotation, Maria opted…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Rhetoric, Graduate Students, Doctoral Students
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Sheppard, Jennifer – Composition Studies, 2021
This article reports on findings from a hyperlocal programmatic survey on writing instructors' experiences in moving teaching online during the coronavirus pandemic. It highlights key challenges instructors reported, including a need for strategies addressing increased workload; a desire for greater experience with pedagogy- rather than…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Student Adjustment, Web Based Instruction
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Beare, Zachary – Composition Studies, 2021
As the future of the WPA Listserv (WPA-L) remains uncertain, this article reflects on the ways the WPA-L has functioned as an important site of disciplinary knowledge-making and emotion work for the field of composition studies. It examines the potential of the listserv format for democratizing participation in the enterprise of disciplinary…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Writing (Composition), Electronic Mail, Intellectual Disciplines
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Pinkert, Laurie A.; Bowen, Lauren Marshall – Composition Studies, 2021
In this article, we theorize the disciplinary lifecycle as an alternative to the limited metaphor of the "career arc." We argue that theorizing career trajectories as lifecycles resonates more fully with the experiences that are common to careers in rhetoric, composition, and writing studies (RCWS), thereby providing more possibilities…
Descriptors: Career Development, Writing Research, Writing (Composition), Rhetoric
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Scott, Khirsten L. – Composition Studies, 2021
Drawing its title from Nas's 1994 "The World Is Yours," the seminar detailed in this article specifically investigates hip-hop writing, performance, and culture within a US context across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. As a medium, hip hop remains an intentional, experimental exploration of survival. The course offers an…
Descriptors: Seminars, Graduate Students, African American Culture, Writing (Composition)
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Medina, Cruz – Composition Studies, 2021
This article discusses "Rhetoric of Storytelling," a course that looks at the purposes of storytelling across different rhetorical traditions, beginning with Ancient Greek and Roman traditions and traversing African American, Indigenous Latin American, American Indian, feminist, and Latinx rhetorical traditions. The course operates from…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Story Telling, Writing Instruction, College Students
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Browdy, Ronisha; Milu, Esther; del Hierro, Victor; Gonzales, Laura – Composition Studies, 2021
This essay provides insights into how one cohort of four scholars established a community of support (in other words, a family) that began during graduate recruitment week at their PhD institution and now extends deep into their tenure-track careers. Presenting stories that chronicle an academic trajectory, these scholars describe how, despite…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Graduate School Faculty, Academic Rank (Professional), Mentors
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Baca, Isabel – Composition Studies, 2021
This testimonio describes my lived experience as a Latina scholar who attempted to go up for promotion to full professor at a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and failed. From the time I was on the tenure clock to the present, specific instances revealed the presence of racism at the institution. I describe the roles of gatekeepers, white allies…
Descriptors: Minority Serving Institutions, Racial Bias, Hispanic Americans, College Faculty
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