• inclusivity, feminist theory, technical and professional communication, writing in the disciplines, social justice, technology, WAC

The WAC Journal has a rich legacy and is the longest-running journal devoted to writing across the curriculum in the field. It is published by Parlor Press, the WAC Clearinghouse, and Clemson University, which is recognized as a national leader in writing and multimedia across the curriculum and digital creativity. The WAC Journal is a “double-anonymous” peer-reviewed journal, published annually. We aim to publish work that explores the multiple theoretical paradigms, diverse approaches, and potential intersections between writing across the curriculum and topics of feminism, technology, and inclusion. We welcome submissions from all WAC scholars. The 2022 issue of the journal will also include a special section, guest edited by Cristyn L. Elder, entitled "Transforming WAC at 50: What, How, and for Whom?" For more information, view the full call for submissions.

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Current Issue

Volume 32, 2021

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From the Editors, David Blakesley and Cameron Bushnell
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.01

Plenary Addresses

WAC Fearlessness, Sustainability, and Adaptability: Part One, Chris Thaiss
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.02

Fearlessness, Sustainability, and Adaptability via WAC in a Small School, Carol Rutz
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.03


Feminist Rhetorics in Writing Across the Curriculum: Supporting Students as Agents of Change, Letizia Guglielmo, Judson T. Kidd, and Dominique McPhearson
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.04

“A long-lasting positive experience” from a Short-term Commitment: The Power of the WAC TA Fellow Role for Disciplinary TAs , Elisabeth L. Miller and Kathleen Daly Weisse
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.05


Conversations in Process: Two Dynamic Program Builders Talk about Adapting WAC for Trilingual Hong Kong, Terry Myers Zawacki
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.06

Flashback Articles

They, Amy Warenda
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.1993.4.1.09

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
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2014.25.1.06


Linguistic Justice on Campus: Pedagogy and Advocacy for Multilingual Students, edited by Schreiber et al., reviewed by Justin Nicholes
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2022.32.1.07


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Back Issues

Volume 31, 2020
Volume 30, 2019
Volume 29, 2018
Volume 28, Fall 2017
Volume 27, Fall 2016
Volume 26, Fall 2015
Volume 25, Fall 2014
Volume 24, Fall 2013
Volume 23, November 2012
Volume 22, November 2011
Volume 21, November 2010
Volume 20, November 2009
Volume 19, August 2008
Volume 18, September 2007
Volume 17, September 2006
Volume 16, September 2005
Volume 15, September 2004
Volume 14, August 2003
Volume 13, June 2002
Volume 12, May 2001: WAC and General Education
Volume 11, April 2000
Volume 10, April 1999: Using Writing to Enhance the First-Year Experience
Volume 9, August 1998
Volume 8, August 1997: Retrospective Issue
Volume 7, August 1996
Volume 6, August 1995
Volume 5, May 1994
Volume 4, April 1993
Volume 3, 1991-1992
Volume 2, August 1990
Volume 1, June 1989

Books in Need of Reviewers

If you are interested in reviewing one of these titles or another relevant work not listed here, please contact Allison Daniel, managing editor, at wacjournal@parlorpress.com.

  • Writing in the Clouds: Inventing and Composing in Internetworked Writing Spaces by John Logie. Parlor Press, 2022.
  • Queerly Centered: LGBTQA Writing Center Directors Navigate the Workplace by Travis Webster. University Press of Colorado, 2021
  • Pedagogical Perspectives on Cognition and Writing edited by J. Michael Rifenburg, Patricia Portanova, and Duane Roen. Parlor Press, 2021.
  • Mapping Racial Literacies: College Students Write About Race and Segregation by Sophia R. Bell: Utah State University Press
  • Race, Rhetoric, and Research Methods by Alexandria L. Lockett, Iris D. Ruiz, James Chase Sanchez, and Christopher Carter: WAC Clearinghouse
  • Rhetorics of Overcoming: Rewriting Narratives of Disability and Accessibility in Writing Studies by Allison Harper Hitt: NCTE
  • Writing-Enriched Curricula: Models of Faculty-Driven and Departmental Transformation edited by Chris M. Anson and Pamela Flash: WAC Clearinghouse
  • Above the Well: An Antiracist Literacy Argument from a Boy of Color by Asao B. Inoue: Utah State University Press (Co-Published with the WAC Clearinghouse)
  • English Across the Curriculum: Voices From Around the World edited by Bruce Morrison, Jula Chen, Linda Lin, and Alan Urmston: Utah State University Press (Copublished with the WAC Clearinghouse)
  • Multilingual Contributions to Writing Research: Toward an Equal Academic Exchange edited by Natalia Avila Reyes: WAC Clearinghouse
  • Like What We Imagine: Writing and the University by David Bartholomae: University of Pittsburgh Press
  • Transformations: Change Work Across Writing Programs, Pedagogies, and Practices edited by Holly Hassel and Kirsit Cole: Utah State University Press
  • Negotiating the Intersections of Writing and Writing Instruction edited by Magnus Gustafsson and Andreas Eriksson: WAC Clearinghouse
  • Try This: Research Methods for Writers by Jennifer Clary-Lemon, Derek Mueller, and Kate Pantelides: WAC Clearinghouse