Negotiating the Intersections of Writing and Writing Instruction

  • TESL, research, technology, Pedagogy, first-year composition, Writing

Edited by Magnus Gustafsson and Andreas Eriksson
Copy edited by Don Donahue. Designed by Mike Palmquist.

CoverExpanding on their presentations at the 10th conference of the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW), the contributors to this peer-reviewed edited collection explore and reflect on the conference theme Academic Writing at Intersections – Interdisciplinarity, Genre Hybridization, Multilingualism, Digitalization, and Interculturality. The chapters focus on the choices we face as teachers of academic writing and, indeed, as writers who seek publication as we stand at these critical intersections. Key issues explored in the collection involve the challenges posed by new and emerging technologies, the complexity of approaches to supervision, questions surrounding the scaffolding of writing processes, strategies for navigating complex administrative contexts and structures, and strategies for addressing the translingual contexts most EATAW members—and most teachers of writing—face. The collection concludes with reflections from researchers associated with EATAW and related organizations.

Table of Contents

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Front Matter

Introduction, Magnus Gustafsson and Andreas Eriksson
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.1.3

Part One. Selected Papers

1. Voices from EATAW: A Narrative of the Organization's First 20 Years, Erin Zimmerman
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.2.01

2. Two Experiments in Technologically Mediated Education: 2012 and 2020, Karen J. Head
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3. A Heuristic Approach to Selecting Technological Tools for Writing Instruction and Support, Chris M. Anson
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4. Research Writing, What Do We Know and How to Move Forward, Montserrat Castelló
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.2.04

5. Fostering Multilingual Academic Writing Knowledge in Interdisciplinary EMI Degree Programs, Ina Alexandra Machura
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.2.05

6. Considering Individual and Situational Variation in Modeling Writing Processes, Sabine Dengscherz
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.2.06

7. Conform, Transform, Resist: The Scandinavian Way of Master's Thesis Supervision and Its Contribution to Acquiring Research Literacy and Practice, Vibeke Ankersborg and Karl-Heinz Pogner
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.2.07

8. The Challenges of Professional Development in the European Higher Education Area: Targeting Success in Writing, Research, Learning and Teaching, Erika Melonashi, Paul Donovan, Basak Ercan, Alison Farrell, and Sonia Oliver
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466.2.08

9. Moments of Intersection, Rupture, Tension: Writing and Academic Disciplines in the Semiperiphery, Amy Zenger and John Pill
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Part Two. Reflections on an EATAW Outlook: Observations from Colleagues with Overlapping Interests

10. EATAW as a First-Year College Composition Course, Djuddah Leijen
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11. A Reflective Post-Script of Academic Writing in Times of Internationalization, Interdisciplinarity and Multilingualism, Emma Dafouz
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12. A Reflection on Academic Writing: The Perspective of a Group of European Writing Researchers, Nina Vandermeulen, Catherine Meulemans, Lise Paesen, and Teresa Limpo
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13. Reflections: An Evolving Academic Writer, Robert Wilkinson
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14. Intersection and Challenges in the Teaching of Academic Writing: Voices from Europe and Latin America, Elaine Espindola
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Contributors

About the Editors

Magnus Gustafsson is Associate Professor of Academic Writing and Communication in the Disciplines at the Department of Communication and Learning in Science at Chalmers University of Technology. His main research interests are within the fields of writing studies, integration of content and language, and higher education pedagogy. An EATAW member since 2007, he chaired the association from 2011 to 2017 and is the current treasurer. He is a co-editor of Journal of Academic Writing. He is also a series editor at the WAC Clearinghouse for international Exchanges on the Study of Writing.

Andreas Eriksson is Associate Professor of Academic Writing and Communication in the Disciplines at Chalmers University of Technology, where he also serves as head of the Division for Language and Communication at the Department of Communication and Learning in Science. His main research interests are within the fields of writing research, writing pedagogy and the integration of content and language in higher education (ICLHE). He has been an active member of the EATAW community since 2009. He has also served as a reviewer for Journal of Academic Writing and guest edited a special issue for the journal.

Publication Information: Gustafsson, Magnus, & Andreas Eriksson (Eds.). (2022). Negotiating the Intersections of Writing and Writing Instruction. The WAC Clearinghouse; University Press of Colorado. https://doi.org/10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466

Digital Publication Date: January 18, 2022
Print Publication Date: Pending

ISBN: 978-1-64215-146-6 (PDF) | 978-1-64215-147-3 (ePub) | 978-1-64642-313-2 (pbk.)
DOI: 10.37514/INT-B.2022.1466

Contact Information:
Magnus Gustafsson: magusta@chalmers.se
Andreas Eriksson: andreas.eriksson@chalmers.se

International Exchanges on the Study of Writing

Series Editors: Joan Mullin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Terry Myers Zawacki, George Mason University; Magnus Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology; and Federico Navarro, Universidad de O'Higgins, Chile.

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