Volume 2, Number 4 (Spring/Summer 1980)

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The Uses - and Limits - of Grammar, Sarah D'Eloia (pp. 1-21)

Cinderella to Hercules: Demythologizing Writing Across the Curriculum, Elaine P. Maimon (pp. 3- 11)

Notes Toward Writing Across the Curriculum: Some Collaborative Efforts, Janis Forman (pp. 12- 21)

Writing Instruction Across the Curriculum: Two Programs, Martha Nochimson (pp. 22- 35)

An Approach to Integrating Writing into a History Course, Anita Brostoff, Barry K. Beyer (pp. 36- 52)

The In-Course Writing Workshop in a Program of Writing Across the Curriculum, Jeff D. Reiff (pp. 53- 61)

Sound and Sense: Writing About Music, Robert DiYanni (pp. 62 -71)

Art and the Written Word, Ruth Thaler (pp. 72- 81)

Writing About the Law: A Composition Course for Pre-Law Students, Kate Ferguson Hirsh (pp. 82- 94)

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About this Issue

The Journal of Basic Writingpublishes articles of theory, research, and teaching practices related to basic writing. Each issue of the Journal is devoted to once topic. Articles are reviewed by members of the Advisory Board and the Editors.

Advisory Board

Doris Fassler
Valerie Krishna
Patricia Laurence 
Nancy Lay
Marie Jean Lederman 
Marylea Meyersohn
Betty Rizzo

Editorial Staff

Editor: Sarah D'Eloia
Associate Editors: Barbara Quint Gray, Leonard Kriegel, Robert Lyons, and Sondra Perl
Business Manager: Sally Heaphy

Information

The Journal of Basic Writing is published with support from the City University of New York, Instructional Resource Center.

Cover design by Jamie Ross


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