Dialogic Editing in Academic and Professional Writing Engaging the Trace of the Other
Engaging Research Communities in Writing Studies Ethics, Public Policy, and Research Design
Writing Centers at the Center of Change
Rhetorical Strategies for Professional Development Investment Mentoring in Classrooms and Workplaces
By Özüm Üçok-Sayrak, Janie Harden Fritz, Kristen Lynn Majocha
December 01, 2023
This book brings attention to the communicative process of editing as a dialogic experience that is attentive to the voice of the Other and underlines an ethical turn for the editing process. The volume focuses on an essential, yet undertheorized, aspect of the communicative practice of editing by ...
By Johanna Phelps
September 25, 2023
This book invites readers to reconsider how writing studies researchers work with Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) on behalf of their communities and argues that engaging with IRBs during the research design process helps practitioners conduct research more quickly and effectively. Using ...
By Ryan Crawford
August 24, 2023
Using the concept of "plasticity," or the brain’s ability to change through growth and reorganization, as a theoretical framework, this book argues that encouraging an exploration of the self better establishes emotional value in the composition classroom. This book explores recent evidence from ...
By Georganne Nordstrom
May 31, 2023
This book presents a model of Practitioner Inquiry (PI) as a systematic form of empirical research and provides a rationale for its suitability within a writing center context. Exploring the potential of writing centers as pedagogical sites that support research, the book offers an accessible model...
By Robert Samuels
December 19, 2022
This timely intervention into composition studies presents a case for the need to teach all students a shared system of communication and logic based on the modern globalizing ideals of universality, neutrality, and empiricism. Based on a series of close readings of contemporary writing by Stanley...
By Irene L. Clark
December 02, 2022
This book reconsiders imitation as a valuable pedagogical approach in Writing Studies. Countering concerns about product-oriented teaching, formulaic writing, paternalistic or elitist pedagogy, and plagiarism, the book maintains that the use of imitation can offer a writer greater insight and help ...
By Kate Hanzalik
August 01, 2022
As the arts become an increasingly popular pedagogical tool in writing studies, Arts-Based Research Methods in Writing Studies offers scholars and educators in the field ways to leverage the arts for their own scholarship through the practice of arts-based research (ABR). Tailored to the needs of ...
By Joe Essid, Brian McTague
September 12, 2019
Writing Centers at the Center of Change looks at how eleven centers, internationally, adapted to change at their institutions, during a decade when their very success has become a valued commodity in a larger struggle for resources on many campuses. Bringing together both US and international ...
By Shannon Carter, Deborah Mutnick, Stephen Parks, Jessica Pauszek
August 23, 2019
Writing Democracy: The Political Turn in and Beyond the Trump Era calls on the field of writing studies to take up a necessary agenda of social and economic change in its classrooms, its scholarship, and its communities to challenge the rise of neoliberalism and right-wing nationalism. Grown out of...
By Mary R. Lamb, Jennifer M. Parrott
March 14, 2019
As digital reading has become more productive and active, the lines between reading and writing become more blurred. This book offers both an exploration of collaborative reading and pedagogical strategies for teaching reading and writing that reflect the realities of digital literacies. This ...
By Elizabeth J. Keller
October 05, 2018
This book extends current research and scholarship around mentoring and learning theory, illustrating how mentoring creates, enacts, and sustains multidisciplinary learning in a variety of school, work, and community contexts. In so doing, it examines the relationship between teaching and mentoring...
By Shyam Sharma
August 16, 2018
Using qualitative data collected from more than twenty universities across the US, Writing Support for International Graduate Students describes and theorizes agency- and advocacy-driven practices, programs, and policies that are most effective in helping international students learn graduate-level...