Crowley, Sharon. “Histories of Pedagogy, English Studies, and Composition.” Rev. of The Origins of Composition Studies in the American College, 1875-1925: A Documentary History by John C. Brereton; The Formation of College English: Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the British Cultural Provinces by Thomas P. Miller; and Pedagogy: Disturbing History, 1819-1929 by Mariolina Rizzi Salvatori. CCC 49.1 (1998): 109-114.
Kahn-Egan, Seth, and Geoffrey Sirc. “Interchanges: Punk Comp and Beyond.” CCC 49.1 (1998): 99-108.
Pickett, Nell Ann. “The Two-Year College as Democracy in Action.” CCC 49.1 (1998): 90-98.
Pickett’s narrative version of her 1997 CCCC Chair’s address illuminates her career as shaped by her commitment to two-year college teaching and scholarship. She expounds the civic value and service of two-year institutions nation-wide, focusing particularly on her home institution of Hind College, Mississippi, while simultaneously exposing the prejudices and unjust judgments made against two-year colleges.
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Anderson, Paul V. “Simple Gifts: Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Person-Based Composition Research.” CCC 49.1 (1998): 63-89.
Anderson advocates for reflection on the ethical treatment of research subjects and ethical usage of person-based research data, citing such research as constituting a substantial portion of current composition literature. He also cites the vulnerability of subjects whose unpublished words and actions scholars document: students, colleagues, family members and strangers alike. He calls for a discipline-wide discourse on research ethics and compliance with federal regulations on qualitative and quantitative human subject research.
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Yancey, Kathleen Blake and Michael Spooner. “A Single Good Mind: Collaboration, Cooperation, and the Writing Self.” CCC 49.1 (1998): 45-62.
Yancey and Spooner enact their version of collaborative writing using changes in font and text placement to distinguish authors and create multivalent, multivocal presences in their essay. They dialogically work their way through the literature on writerly collaboration and suggest that there are multiple possible enactments of collaboration existing on a continuum from culturally-influenced individual to co-creative, integrated collaborations of peers.
ccc49.1 Collaboration Writing Text Community Process ALunsford LEde Dialogic Self Voices CollectiveIntelligence
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Janangelo, Joseph. “Joseph Cornell and the Artistry of Composing Persuasive Hypertexts.” CCC 49.1 (1998): 24-44.
Janangelo’s narrative about student use of hypertextual arguments to fulfill traditional academic discourse assignments point to the lack of “safe and flexible environment[s]” (26) for teacher and student to collaboratively develop new, acceptable persuasive discourse forms. His intent is to highlight the rhetorical skill involved in composing a persuasive hypertext, grounding his argument in the twentieth-century collage work of artist Joseph Cornell, and to suggest ways to “support students’ prefigurative literacy activities” (28).
ccc49.1 JCornell Hypertext Text Students Author Collage Links Coherence Reading Art Readymade Technology Persuasion
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Clark’s essay moves the teaching of writing from metaphors of rhetoric as “territories” and “places” (i.e., discourse “communities”) to metaphors of “travel” in order to describe rhetoric’s transformative operations across boundaries of discourse communities. Complicating notions of “stable” discourse communities and locations, he suggests that acts of writing and reading must exist in the spaces in between the “territories,” teaching students to “travel effectively across as many boundaries as possible, forming collectives [of] interacting writers and readers in….expansive space” (12).
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