Volume 9, Number 1, Spring 2015

  • writing center, Literacy, first-generation student, technical and professional communication, Critical Discourse Studies, antiracism, DEI, identity, higher education, writing program administration, Pedagogy

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

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Editor's Introduction: Scratch Beyond Scratch, John Paul Tassoni
DOI: 10.37514/OPW-J.2015.9.1.01

The Quick Rise and Untimely Fall of "Writing Your Way into Graduate School": A Dramatic Dialogue, a Discarded Memo, and a Course Epitaph, Kelly Kinney
DOI: 10.37514/OPW-J.2015.9.1.02

Identity, Voice, Social Justice, and Blundering in Critical and Cultural Studies Composition: Calling Out Racial Microaggressions at a Hispanic-Serving Institution, Jody A. Briones
DOI: 10.37514/OPW-J.2015.9.1.03

Bypassing the Silence in the Technical and Professional Writing Classroom: Encouraging Agency through Discourse Analysis, Genesea M. Carter
DOI: 10.37514/OPW-J.2015.9.1.04

Tutoring the "Invisible Minority": Appalachian Writers in the Writing Center, Marc Scott, Jacklyn Hockenberry, and Elizabeth Miller
DOI: 10.37514/OPW-J.2015.9.1.05

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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).