College English

Articles from Vol. 78, No. 6, July

An Imagined America: Rhetoric and Identity during the "First Student Rebellion in the Arab World"
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-US-ASCII text omitted.)The "first student rebellion in the Arab world" (Zeidan, cited in Leavitt 97; Jeha 52) took place at Syrian Protestant College (SPC) in 1882, in protest against the forced resignation of a respected professor...
Beyond the Tipping Point: Creative Writing Comes of Age
"As for the future, your task is not to forsee it but to enable it."Antoine de Saint ExuperayThe Bloomsbury Introduction to Creative Writing. Tara Mokhtari. London: Bloomsbury, 2015. 259 pp. ISBN 978-1-4725-7843-3.Creative Writing in the Digital Age....
Conditions of (Im)Possibility: Postmonolingual Language Representations in Academic Literacies
The study of language difference and its complex negotiation in academic literacy learning and development is certainly not new, but it has gained a renewed scholarly visibility at local and transnational levels,1 accentuated by globalized communication...
From the Editor
ven though July is usually a time of beginnings-namely a new fiscal year for those working on budgets, and a fast-approaching new academic year for those of us in colleges and universities-July is always the end of a volume year for College English....
Writing and Rhetoric And/as Posthuman Practice
"We are habits, nothing but habits-the habit of saying 'I.' Perhaps, there is no more striking answer to the problem of the Self."-Gilles Deleuze, Empiricism and SubjectivityThe Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing-a 2011 joint report outlining...
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