Teaching in the 21st Century: Adapting Writing Pedagogies to the College Curriculum

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MIKE BERNARD-DONALS is Associate Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he teaches courses in rhetorical and critical theory and directs the first-year composition course. Recent publications include Rhetoric in an Antifoundational World (Yale 1998), The Practical Theory (Cambridge 1998), and a forthcoming book on holocaust representation (State University of New York, 2000).

BILL BROZ, Coordinator of English Education at Western Illinois University, has published articles on teaching writing and literature in English Journal. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. He taught high school English for twenty-five years.

LESLIE A.CHILTON is now Program Coordinator for the University Success program at Arizona State Uniersity. No longer teaching English, she still pursues her scholarships in eighteenth-century literature, history, and film studies. Her publications include editions of Tobias Smollett's translations of The Adventures of Telemachus (1996) and The Devil on Crutches (forthcoming).

PATRICIA COMITINI is Assistant Professor of English at Quinnipiac College, where she teaches eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature, literary theory, and composition. She is currently working on a study of women's prose writing and philanthropic work during the romantic period.

DIANE DELLA CROCE is Faculty/Academic Tutor, University College, at Adelphi University in New York. Her article, “Helping Students Ask the Right Questions, recently appeared in Word's Worth, a quarterly newsletter published by Georgia Tech's Lifelong Learning Network, Fall 1998.

RICHARD O.DAVIES is professor of history at the University of Nevada, where he specializes in modern American history, urban history, and the history of

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