College English

Articles from Vol. 78, No. 4, March

EMERGING VOICES: Capitalizing on Adult Education: The Economic Imperative for Literacy in 1960s Federal Policy Discourse
For composition and rhetoric scholars, 1966 is a familiar year, one often touted as the birth of the field in modern academia. As the narrative goes, the National Council of Teachers of English and the Modern Language Association sponsored a conference...
EMERGING VOICES: Shared Frequency: Expressivism, Social Constructionism, and the Linked Creative Writing-Composition Class
Though both fields focus on textual production, creative writing and composition function for all intents and purposes as separate pedagogical entities. As Tim Mayers notes in his book (Re)Writing Craft, this schism has coincided with the two taking...
From the Editor
One of the many things I have enjoyed about being editor of College English is the opportunity to publish new scholars in English studies and to encourage emerging scholars to submit to our journal and, more generally, to not hesitate to enter the many...
REVIEW: Teaching Writing in the 21st Century: Composition Methodologies, Reading, and Transfer
Securing a Place for Reading in Composition: The Importance of Teaching for Transfer. Ellen C. Carillo. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2015. 224 pp. Print. ISBN 978-0-87421-959-3.Chasing Literacy: Reading and Writing in an Age of Acceleration. Daniel...
Toward Job Security for Teaching-Track Composition Faculty: Recognizing and Rewarding Affective-Labor-in-Space
Recent scholarship in English studies contains many calls to improve the job security and working lives of teaching-track faculty members-that is, faculty members whose jobs primarily or exclusively consist of delivering undergraduate instruction off...
Triangulating Translingualism: Comment on Jay Jordan's "Material Translingual Ecologies"/jay Jordan Responds
T wo areas of language studies have been converging for a long time in my mind, and it's time to move that conversation into the world. When reading Jay Jordan's "Material Translingual Ecologies," I was reminded once again of post-process theories of...
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