Volume 1, Number 2, Spring 2007

  • postsecondary institution, DEI, history of writing, composition studies, ethical framework, Rhetoric, Pedagogy, Teaching strategies, first-year composition

Editors: John Paul Tassoni and William H. Thelin
Assitant Editor: Leann Bertoncini

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Editor's Introduction: Open Access and the Working Class, William H. Thelin

Bourgeois Realism or Working Class Kitsch?: The Aesthetics of Class in Composition, Wendy Ryden

A Dialogue about Rhetoric, Pedagogy, and the Working Class, John Paul Tassoni, Richard Lee Walts, and Sara Webb-Sunderhaus

Shaped by Resistance: Work as a Topical Theme for the Composition Classroom, Jane E. Falk

The Ineluctable Elitism of Essays and Why They Prevail in First-Year Composition Courses, Lynn Z. Bloom

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Open Words: Access and English Studies is an open-access, peer-review scholarly journal, published on the WAC Clearinghouse and supported by Colorado State University. Articles are published under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs). ISSN: 2690-3911 (Print) 2690-392X (Online).