Edited by Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe
Once again, Gail Hawisher and Cynthia Selfe offer a volume that will set the agenda in the field of computers and composition scholarship for a decade. The technology changes that scholars of composition studies face as the next century opens couldn't be more dramatic or deserving of passionate study. While we have always used technologies (e.g., the pencil) to communicate with each other, the electronic technologies we now use have changed the world in ways that we have yet to identify or appreciate fully. Likewise, the study of language and literate exchange, even our understanding of terms like literacy, text, and visual, has changed beyond recognition, challenging even our capacity to articulate them.
Introduction. The Passions that Mark Us: Teaching, Texts, and Technologies, Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe
Part 1. Refiguring Notions of Literacy in an Electronic World
Chapter 6. Response: Dropping Bread Crumbs in the Intertextual Forest: Critical Literacy in a Postmodern Age, Diana George and Diane Shoos
Part 2. Revisiting Notions of Teaching and Access in an Electronic Age
Chapter 8. Postmodern Pedagogy in Electronic Conversations, Marilyn Cooper
Chapter 9. Hyper-readers and their Reading Engines, James Sosnoski
Chapter 11. Access: The A-Word in Technology Studies, Charles Moran
Part 3. Ethical and Feminist Concerns in an Electronic World
Chapter 14. On Becoming a Woman: Pedagogies of the Self, Susan Romano
Chapter 15. Fleeting Images: Women Visually Writing the Web, Gail E. Hawisher and Patricia A. Sullivan
Chapter 17. Into the Next Room, Carolyn Guyer and Dianne Hagaman
Part 4. Searching for Notions of Our Postmodern Literate Selves in an Electronic World
Chapter 19. Blinded by the Letter: Why Are We Using Literacy as a Metaphor for Everything Else? Anne Frances Wysocki and Johndan Johnson-Eilola
Chapter 21. Technology's Strange, Familiar Voices, Janet Carey Eldred
Chapter 23. Response: Everybody's Elegies, Stuart Moulthrop
Publication Information: Hawisher, Gail E., & Selfe, Cynthia L. (Eds.). (1999). Passions, pedagogies, and 21st century technologies. Utah State University Press. https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/usupress_pubs/119
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