Welcome to The WAC Journal, a national peer-reviewed journal on writing across the curriculum. Published by Clemson University, Parlor Press, and the WAC Clearinghouse, The WAC Journal is an annual collection of articles by educators about their WAC ideas and WAC experiences. It is a journal of practical ideas and pertinent theory. We welcome submissions from all WAC scholars.
The WAC Journal is available in print and online versions. To obtain a printed volume of the journal, please view our subscription information. To view the online version, please follow the links below and to the right.
Current Issue *
Disciplining Grammar: A Response to Daniel Cole, Joanna Wolfe
Knowing What We Know about Writing in the Disciplines: A New Approach to Teaching for Transfer in FYC, Joanna Wolfe, Barrie Olson, and Laura Wilder
Transfer and the Transformation of Writing Pedagogies in a Mathematics Course, Sarah Bryant, Noreen Lape, and Jennifer Schaefer
Translation, Transformation, and "Taking it Back": Moving between Face-to-Face and Online Writing in the Disciplines, Heidi Skurat Harris, Tawnya Lubbes, Nancy Knowles, and Jacob Harris
Stephen Wilhoit: A Stealth WAC Practitioner, by Carol Rutz
The Tables Are Turned: Carol Rutz, Terry Myers Zawacki
* Volumes 1 through 11 of The WAC Journal were published as a campus journal entitled The Plymouth State University Journal on Writing Across the Curriculum. Volume 12 served as a transitional volume, combining articles written by Plymouth State University faculty with scholars from other institutions. Volume 13 served as the first fully national edition of the journal and bears the new title of the journal. Beginning with Volume 23, the WAC Journal moved from Plymouth State University to Clemson University. Learn more ....