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Volume 40, Number 1
Tags: multimodal, writing to engage, social change, genre studies, Basic Writing, student writing, Social Justice, Culture, antiracism, rhetoric and composition, composition studies, Pedagogy
Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing, Volume 4
Tags: Pedagogy, digital landscape, culture, social change, writing to engage, first-year composition, Technology, race, social justice, social media
Above the Well
Tags: multi-voiced, biography, autoethnography, reform, antiracism, social change, racism, Linguistics, Race, Pedagogy, Social Justice
Volume 25, Number 2
Tags: social change, TESL, Multilingual, reform, postsecondary institution, postsecondary education, Basic Writing
Volume 24, Number 1
Tags: social change, WAC, Pedagogy, Teaching strategies, community
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
Writing Assessment, Social Justice, and the Advancement of Opportunity

Edited by Mya Poe, Asao B. Inoue, and Norbert Elliot
Copy edited by Don Donahue. Designed by Mike Palmquist.

This edited collection provides the first principled examination of social justice and the advancement of opportunity as the aim and consequence of writing assessment. Contributors to the volume offer interventions in historiographic studies, justice-focused applications in admission and placement assessment, innovative frameworks for outcomes design, and new directions for teacher research and professional development. Drawing from contributors' research, the collection constructs a social justice canvas—an innovative technique that suggests ways that principles of social justice can be integrated into teaching and assessing writing. The volume concludes with 18 assertions on writing assessment designed to guide future research in the field. Written with the intention of making a restorative milestone in the history of writing assessment, Writing Assessment, Social Justice, and the Advancement of Opportunity generates new directions for the field of writing studies. This volume will be of interest to all stakeholders interested in the assessment of written communication and the role of literacy in society, including advisory boards, administrators, faculty, professional organizations, students, and the public.

Tags: writing program administration, assessment, Pedagogy, social change, Writing Assessment, Social Justice
Volume 17, Number 2 (Fall 1998)
Tags: Pedagogy, Teaching strategies, social science, Society, social change, Basic Writing, technology
Volume 19, Number 2 (Fall 2000)
Tags: Pedagogy, Teaching strategies, digital landscape, Digital Learning, social change, reform, Basic Writing, WAC, writing in the disciplines, antiracism
Volume 20, Number 1 (Spring 2001)
Tags: tutoring, Teaching strategies, Gender, feminist theory, Basic Writing, Culture, secondary education, social change

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