Bizzell, Patricia. Rev. of “We Are Coming”: The Persuasive Discourse of Nineteenth-Century Black Women by Shirley Wilson Logan. CCC. 53.3 (2002): 542-544.
Jones, Sharon L. Rev. of A Group of Their Own: College Writing Courses and American Women Writers, 1880-1940 by Katherine H. Adams. CCC. 53.3 (2002): 544-547.
Herzberg, Bruce. Rev. of Community Literacy Programs and the Politics of Change by Jeffrey T. Grabill. CCC. 53.3 (2002): 547-549.
Grabill, Jeffrey T. Rev. of Listening Up: Reinventing Ourselves as Teachers and Students by Rachel Martin. CCC. 53.3 (2002): 549-552.
Troyka, Lynn Quitman. “Journal of an Exemplar.” CCC. 53.3 (2002): 533-541.
Using a journal format, I recall vignettes with a personal slant from the history of CCCC, NCTE, TYCA, and Open Admissions at CUNY. They serve as setting for my brief public remarks, included here, made in response to being given the CCCC Exemplar Award at the 2001 CCCC Convention in Denver, Colorado.
- Hughes, Langston. “Mother to Son”. Selected Poems. New York: Knopf, 1926. Rpt. In Search of Color Everywhere: A Collection of African-American Poetry . Ed. E. Ethelbert Miller. New York:
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Okawa, Gail Y. “Diving for Pearls: Mentoring as Cultural and Activist Practice among Academics of Color.” CCC. 53.3 (2002): 507-532.
For senior scholars of color like Geneva Smitherman and Victor Villanueva, mentoring is more than an academic exercise. From them and their protï¿½gï¿½s, we may gain some understanding of the complexities and costs of building a multiethnic/multiracial professoriate in our discipline.
ccc53.3 GSmitherman VVillanueva Language Time Color Relationships Culture Mentoring Activist Scholars University Profession MultiEthnic Faculty GraduateStudents
- Bambara, Toni Cade. Foreword. This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color. Ed. CherrÃe Moraga and Gloria AnzaldÃºa. New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color, 1983. vi-viii.
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- Luna, G., and D.L. Cullen. “Empowering the Faculty: Mentoring Redirected and Renewed.” ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No. 3 . Washington, DC: George Washington University, 1995.
- Martins, David. “Conversations with Victor.” Personal narrative. Houghton, MI, 1997. McLaughlin, Daniel, and William G. Tierney, eds. Naming Silenced Lives: Personal Narratives and the Process of Educational Change . New York: Routledge, 1993.
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- Muhammad, Rashidah Jaami’. “Keep On Keepin On, We Need You.” Personal narrative. Richton Park, IL, 1997.
- National Council of Teachers of English. Ideas, Historias y Cuentos: Breaking with Precedent. 1998 CCCC Annual Convention Program. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1998.
- Okawa, Gail Y. “Expanding Perspectives of Teacher Knowledge: A Descriptive Study of Autobiographical Narratives of Writing Teachers of Color.” Diss. Indiana of Pennsylvania, 1995.
- Padilla, Raymon V., and Rudolfo C. ChÃ¡vez, eds. The Leaning Ivory Tower: Latino Professors in American Universities . Albany: SUNY P, 1995.
- Pratt, Mary Louise. “Arts of the Contact Zone.” Profession 91 (1991): 33-40.
- Reyes, Maria de la Luz, and John J. HalcÃ³n. “Practices of the Academy: Barriers to Access for Chicano Academics.” The Racial Crisis in American Higher Education. Ed. Philip G. Altbach and Kofi Lomotey. Albany: SUNY P, 1991. 167-86.
- Richardson, Elaine. “Working with Geneva, the Diva of Black Language and Culture.” Personal narrative. Minneapolis, MN, 1997.
- Riessman, C. K. Narrative Analysis . Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1993. RodrÃguez Connal, Louise. “Untitled.” Personal narrative. Tucson, AZ, 1997.
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- Smitherman, Geneva. Personal interview. July, 1997.
- Smitherman, Geneva. Talkin and Testifyin: The Language of Black America . Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1977.
- Tierney, William G., and Yvonna S. Lincoln, eds. Representation and the Text: Reframing the Narrative Voice . Albany: SUNY P, 1997.
- Turner, Caroline S. V., and Samuel L. Meyers, Jr. Faculty of Color in Academe: Bittersweet Success. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2000.
- Villanueva, Victor, Jr. Bootstraps: From an American Academic of Color . Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1993.
- —. Personal interview. July, 1997. Willie, Charles V., Michael K. Grady, and Richard O. Hope. African-Americans and the Doctoral Experience: Implications for Policy . New York: Teachers College P, 1991.
- Yamada, Mitsuye. “Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster: Reflections of an Asian American Woman.” This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color . Ed. CherrÃe Moraga and Gloria AnzaldÃºa. New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color, 1983. 35-40.
Bizzaro, Resa Crane. “Making Places as Teacher-Scholars in Composition Studies: Comparing Transition Narratives.” CCC. 53.3 (2002): 487-506.
This article compares entrance-to-the-profession narratives of the past thirty years. Selecting major theorists and senior and junior minority scholars, the author describes their efforts to become professionals in the field. The Native American author argues for including Other voices in analyzing the history of composition studies.
ccc53.3 Composition Students GraduateStudents Stories NativeAmerican Writing Profession Work Family Minority Education Scholarship Teachers
- Anderson, Joyce Rain. Electronic interview. 16 July 2000.
- Bartholomae, David. Telephone interview. 23 Mar. 1998.
- Bizzaro, Patrick. ” What I Learned in Grad School, or Literary Training and the Theorizing of Composition .” College Composition and Communication 50 (1999): 722-42.
- Brereton, John C., ed. The Origins of Composition Studies in the American College, 1875-1925: A Documentary History . Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995.
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- Ede, Lisa. Personal interview. Chicago, IL. 3 Apr. 1998.
- Elbow, Peter. Personal interview. Chicago, IL. 4 Apr. 1998.
- Fitzgerald, Kathryn R. “From Disciplining to Discipline: A Foucauldian Examination of the Formation of English as a School Subject.” 1 Dec. 1999. <http://www.cas.usf.edu/JAC/163/ fitzgerald.htm>.
- Flower, Linda. Personal interview. Pittsburgh, PA. 13 Mar. 1998.
- Foucault, Michel. Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison . Trans. Alan Sheridan. New York: Vintage, 1979.
- Fulwiler, Toby. Personal interview. Chicago, IL. 3 Apr. 1998.
- Gilyard, Keith. Voices of the Self: A Study of Language Competence . Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1991.
- Harris, Joseph. ” A Usable Past: CCC at 50.” College Composition and Communication 50 (1999): 559-61.
- Heath, Shirley Brice. Ways With Words: Language, Life, and Work in Communities and Classrooms . Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1983.
- Lindemann, Erika. Personal interview. Chapel Hill, NC. 1 Mar. 1998.
- Lyons, Scott Richard. Electronic interview. 19 July 2000.
- —. ” Rhetorical Sovereignty: What Do American Indians Want from Writing? ” College Composition and Communication 51 (2000): 447-68.
- Nerad, Maresi, and Joseph Cerny. “From Rumors to Facts: Career Outcomes of English PhDs.” ADE Bulletin 124 (2000): 43-55.
- Powell, Malea. Electronic interview. 18 July 2000.
- Royster, Jacqueline Jones. Electronic interview. 5 Mar. 2001.
- —. “When the First Voice You Hear Is Not Your Own.” College Composition and Communication 47 (1996): 29-40.
- Royster, Jacqueline Jones, and Jean C. Williams. ” History in the Spaces Left: African American Presence and Narratives of Composition Studies .” College Composition and Communication 50 (1999): 563-84.
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- Villanueva, Victor, Jr. Bootstraps: From an American Academic of Color . Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1993.
- —. “Considerations for American Freireistas.” Cross-Talk in Comp Theory: A Reader. Ed. Victor Villanueva, Jr. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1997.
- —. ” On the Rhetoric and Precedents of Racism .” College Composition and Communication 50 (1999): 645-61.
- Wertsch, Mary Edwards. Military Brats: Legacies of Childhood Inside the Fortress . New York: Harmony, 1991.
- Young, Art. “Surprising Myself as a Teacher in Houghton, America.” Teaching College English and English Education: Reflective Stories . Ed. H. Thomas McCracken, Richard L. Larson, and Judith Entes. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1998. 10-20.
- —. Telephone interview. 31 Mar. 1998.
Pough, Gwendolyn D. “Empowering Rhetoric: Black Students Writing Black Panthers.” CCC. 53.3 (2002): 466-486.
This article examines Black student responses to Black Panther Party documents and how those documents moved the students toward change. I maintain that by allowing the classroom to function as a public space in which students can discuss the issues that matter to them, teachers can help to foster and encourage student activism and ultimately their empowerment.
ccc53.3 BlackStudents Activist AfricanAmerican BlackPanthers Class Diversity Writing Autobiography Students Change Campus Education PublicSphere
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- Cushman, Ellen. “The Rhetorician as Agent of Social Change,” College Composition and Communication 47 (1996): 7-28.
- Ervin, Elizabeth. “Academics and the Negotiation of Local Knowledge.” College English 61 (1999): 448-70.
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Gonsalves, Lisa M. “Making Connections: Addressing the Pitfalls of White Faculty/Black Male Student Communication.” CCC. 53.3 (2002): 435-465.
Classroom assignments, especially papers, often serve as the catalyst for many of the interactions that take place between Black male students and white faculty. This essay identifies some of the pitfalls that contribute to the breakdown of communication between white faculty and Black male students during interactions over student writing; it points out the behaviors that both constrain and facilitate these interactions, and it offers suggestions for how faculty can improve their interactions with this population of students. The essay concludes with suggestions for improving faculty awareness of how racial dynamics impact student/faculty interactions over student writing.
ccc53.3 Students Faculty BlackStudents WhiteFaculty Whiteness AfricanAmerican Standards Work Classrooms Writing Race
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Powell, Malea. “Rhetorics of Survivance: How American Indians Use Writing.” CCC. 53.3 (2002): 396-434.
In this story I listen closely to the ways in which two late nineteenth-century American Indian intellectuals, Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins and Charles Alexander Eastman, use the discourses about Indian-ness that circulated during that time period in order to both respond to that discourse and to reimagine what it could mean to be Indian. This use, I argue, is a critical component of rhetorics of survivance.
ccc53.3 Rhetoric Survivance AmericanIndian NativeAmerican CEastman SHopkins EuroAmerican Civilization Peoples Stories Audience Culture AmericanRhetoric
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