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Volume 18, 2021
Tags: archive, history of writing, writing research, ethical framework, case study, Culture, community, personal essay, DEI, antiracism, Rhetoric, digital landscape, WAC, faculty development, first-year composition, Transfer, genre studies, critical thinking, technical and professional communication
Special Issue: Unsettling the Archives
Tags: archive, history of writing, writing research, ethical framework, case study, Culture, community, personal essay, DEI, antiracism, Rhetoric, digital landscape, WAC, faculty development, first-year composition, Transfer, genre studies, critical thinking, technical and professional communication
Volume 10, Spring 2017
Tags: community, higher education, Literacy, second-language writers, Basic Writing, rhetoric and composition, experiment
Volume 12, Fall 2019
Tags: community, higher education, composition, Literacy, reading, identity, DEI, Teaching strategies, first-year composition
Volume 11, Fall 2018
Tags: community, first-generation student, Culture, research, writing center, multilingual, second language-writers, rhetorical theory, online writing instruction, social media, rhetoric and composition, distance learning, Writing studio, writing program
Volume 17, 2020
Tags: WAC, writing research, survey, Pedagogy, student writing, genre studies, faculty development, translingualism, antiracism, international, multimodal, community, communication, visual arts, history of writing, Rhetoric
Volume 24, Number 1
Tags: social change, WAC, Pedagogy, Teaching strategies, community
Volume 23, Number 1
Tags: secondary institution, postsecondary institution, antiracism, reform, Pedagogy, Basic Writing, assessment, community, Race
Volume 14, 2017
Tags: writing research, WEC, student writing, faculty development, writing in the disciplines, community, collaboration, Pedagogy
Composing Feminist Interventions: Activism, Engagement, Praxis

Edited by Kristine L. Blair and Lee Nickoson
Copy edited by Brandy Bippes. Designed by Mike Palmquist.

This edited collection offers self-reflexive, critical accounts of how feminist writing studies scholars variously situated within rhetoric, composition, and literacy studies plan, implement, examine, and represent community-based inquiry and pedagogy. Readers will gain insight into the hows and whys involved with this important disciplinary work. Sharing a commitment to social change, the twenty-one chapter discussions and five course designs complicate and continue to evolve possibilities for how we conceptualize writing research and teaching as deeply collaborative, inclusive, and reciprocal practices.

Tags: Pedagogy, rhetoric and composition, rhetorical theory, writing to engage, reform, community, social change, feminist theory

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