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Gere, Anne Ruggles; Curzan, Anne; Hammond, J. W.; Hughes, Sarah; Li, Ruth; Moos, Andrew; Smith, Kendon; Van Zanen, Kathryn; Wheeler, Kelly L.; Zanders, Crystal J. – College Composition and Communication, 2021
Critical language awareness offers one approach to communal "justicing," an iterative and collective process that can address inequities in the disciplinary infrastructure of Writing Studies. We demonstrate justicing in the field's pasts, policies, and publications; offer a model of communal revision; and invite readers to become agents…
Descriptors: Metalinguistics, Writing Instruction, Writing (Composition), Justice
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Fredlund, Katherine – College Composition and Communication, 2021
When first admitted to Oberlin College, women were expected to attend their rhetoric courses in silence. Not content with an education that did not prepare them for public speaking, some women students collaborated to educate themselves. Their history uncovers feminist and antiracist disruptions to composition and rhetoric that have much to teach…
Descriptors: Educational History, Universities, Colleges, Writing (Composition)
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Raucci, John – College Composition and Communication, 2021
This article argues composition researchers should make replicating previous research a greater priority because replication is a valuable tool that facilitates invention, collaboration, transparency, and revision, and its overwhelming absence in composition studies narrows the generalizability of writing research. I posit a replication agenda to…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Teaching Methods, Writing Research, Writing (Composition)
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Newmark, Julianne – College Composition and Communication, 2020
This article takes a historical view of Dawes Era medical communication, focusing on National Archives Record Group 75 (the Bureau of Indian Affairs papers). Examinations of reports from the Pine Ridge and Nett Lake Agencies focus readers' scrutiny on prevalent formal codes and paracolonial conventions of Indian Bureau medical reports. This…
Descriptors: United States History, American Indian History, Access to Health Care, Land Settlement
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Seigel, Marika; Chase, Josh; De Herder, William; Feltz, Silke; Kitalong, Karla Saari; Romney, Abraham; Tweedle, Kimberly – College Composition and Communication, 2020
This article reports on one university's experiment in resurrecting and reanimating the composition lecture, a one-hundred-plus student section dubbed "MonsterComp," including the process, outcomes, and lessons learned. Although this restructuring of the first-year composition course was partially motivated by administrative pressures,…
Descriptors: Freshman Composition, Lecture Method, College Freshmen, Educational Change
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Cortez, José M.; García, Romeo – College Composition and Communication, 2020
This article analyzes contemporary theories of decoloniality at work in Latinx Writing Studies scholarship. We argue that the intellectual articulation of Latinx writing as a signifier of resistance to Western epistemologies of writing on the grounds of its mixed identity not only reproduces the very problems associated with purity that have been…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Critical Theory, Writing (Composition), Writing Research
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Brown, Tessa – College Composition and Communication, 2020
In this article, the author uses storytelling to retell moments in the history of our field. Using personal anecdote alongside critical race theory and critical whiteness studies, she critiques the Writing About Writing movement by re-situating it in history: first narrating it as a contemporary of the Translingualism movement, and then comparing…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Educational History, Writing Instruction, Writing Skills
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Alexander, Kara Poe; Shaver, Lisa – College Composition and Communication, 2020
Women continue to be underrepresented at the highest academic rank of full professor. Studies show that once women earn tenure, they are inundated with teaching, service, and administrative responsibilities, which take time away from research and publication--the primary criteria for promotion. Because of our disciplinary expertise,…
Descriptors: Women Faculty, College Faculty, Academic Rank (Professional), Writing Instruction
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McManigell Grijalva, Regina – College Composition and Communication, 2020
To reveal responsibilities of storytelling, I first disclose my representation of indigeneity, and then, as an indigenous writer, I use the narrative paradigm to examine divergent stories told about the death of Apache Chief Mangas Coloradas. This study demonstrates for teachers and students of writing how important it is to remain ethical in…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Story Telling, American Indians, Authors
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Gold, David; Day, Jathan; Raw, Adrienne E. – College Composition and Communication, 2020
We surveyed 803 undergraduates at a large public university about their online writing practices. We find that despite wide platform access, students typically write in a narrow range of spaces for limited purposes and audiences, with a majority expressing rhetorical concerns about writing in digital spaces. These findings suggest rich…
Descriptors: Social Media, Student Surveys, Writing Strategies, Computer Mediated Communication
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Byrd, Antonio – College Composition and Communication, 2020
In the past decade, computer programming has been called the new literacy necessary for everyday life. However, discussion on democratizing coding literacy can too often center the experiences of K-12 learners and undergraduates, leaving adult learners' experiences with coding literacy unexamined. If employers come to value computer programming as…
Descriptors: African American Students, Programming, Adult Students, Social Mobility
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Woody, Cassandra – College Composition and Communication, 2020
This article argues that rhetoric-focused first-year composition curricula may effectively use feminist revisions to rhetoric by employing a method the author calls "procedural feminism," or the distillation of feminist rhetorical practices and theory within curricular development that does not make feminism a topic students will…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Feminism, Freshman Composition, Curriculum Design
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Driscoll, Dana Lynn; Leigh, S. Rebecca; Zamin, Nadia Francine – College Composition and Communication, 2020
Through surveys and interviews of 433 doctoral faculty and students, we explore professional self-care practices and related issues of academic guilt, imposter syndrome, and burnout. We argue that self-care should be included as a professional practice, taught and modeled, to prepare doctoral students for careers as functional and healthy faculty.
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, College Faculty, Anxiety, Burnout
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Wible, Scott – College Composition and Communication, 2020
Integrating design thinking methodology into writing courses can help students to develop creative approaches to problem definition and solution development. Tracing how students work with and through written genres common to design thinking reveals the possibilities and potential of learning new patterns of inquiry and argumentation. Developing…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Writing Instruction, Creative Thinking, Design
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Rylander, Jonathan J.; Webster, Travis – College Composition and Communication, 2020
Framed in three guiding claims about relationships between Writing Across the Curriculum and queer theories, this article offers Jasbir Puar's theory of "queer assemblage" as a model for rearticulating WAC administration.
Descriptors: Writing Across the Curriculum, Social Theories, Sexual Orientation, Writing Instruction
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