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Articles from Vol. 77, No. 3, January

"Between the Eyes": The Racialized Gaze as Design
Individuals "shape their interests through the design of messages with the resources available to them in specific situations," British educator Gunther Kress maintains (Multimodality 23; original emphasis). Rooted in the classical Latin word de-signa-re,...
Expanding Working-Class Rhetorical Traditions: The Moonlight Schools and Alternative Solidarities among Appalachian Women, 1911-1920
As the sun set on Tuesday, September 5, 1911, some 1,200 residents of mountainous Rowan County in eastern Kentucky lefttheir fields and farmhouses to wend their way toward local schoolhouses (Stewart, Moonlight Schools 15-16). Traveling along rugged...
From the Editor
Our January 2015 issue marks the midway point of my editorial run here at College English, which makes me at least a little bit inclined toward reflection. Having shepherded to publication fifteen issues so far, with another fifteen to go before I turn...
REVIEW: Reproductive (In)Capacities: New Perspectives on Pregnancy, Maternity, Sexual Autonomy, and Gender
Contemplating Maternity in an Era of Choice: Explorations into Discourses of Reproduction. Sara Hayden and D. Lynn O'Brien Hallstein, eds. Lanham: Lexington, 2010. 356 pp. Print. ISBN: 978-0-7391-3890-8. E-book. ISBN: 978-0-7391-3892-2.Evolutionary Rhetoric:...
(Re)Writing Local Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Histories: Negotiating Shared Meaning in Public Rhetoric Partnerships
The student and an 83-year-old Holocaust survivor meet many times over the course of a month; he signs a consent form and talks; she listens, takes notes, and writes a narrative of his experiences. A week later, he withdraws it from A History of the...
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