College Composition and Communication

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 3, February

Announcements and Calls
NCTELiteracyEducation AdvocacyDay2015: Join NCTE members from across the nation for NCTE's Literacy Education Advocacy Day on Thursday, March 5, 2015. NCTE members attending Advocacy Day will learn the latest about literacy education issues at the federal...
British Invasion: James Britton, Composition Studies, and Anti-Disciplinarity
James Britton was my grandfather, academically speaking. I did my PhD with Arthur Applebee at Stanford University, and Arthur did his with Britton at the University of London. Arthur talked often about the importance of James Britton on his own scholarship....
CCCC News
Call for Nominations: The CCCC Advancement of Knowledge Award is presented annually for the empirical research publication in the previous two years that most advances writing studies. A work eligible for the 2016 award will have been published in calendar...
Critical Retrospections on the 1987 CCCC Position Statement "Scholarship in Composition: Guidelines for Faculty, Deans, and Department Chairs"
Editor's Note: This issue's symposium consists of what I call "critical retrospections" on a CCCC position statement from 1987, "Scholarship in Composition: Guidelines for Faculty, Deans, and Department Chairs" (http://www.ncte.org/ cccc/resources/positions/scholarshipincomp)....
From the Editor
We teach and research writing in interesting times.Texts are everywhere. Writing and composing technologies seem ubiquitous. Multiple modalities of communication make possible the composing, designing, and curating of many different ways of reaching...
"Gifts" of the Archives: A Pedagogy for Undergraduate Research
In their 2011 article "Remembering Sappho: New Perspectives on Teaching (and Writing) Women's Rhetorical History," Jessica Enoch and Jordynn Jack describe pedagogical projects that invite undergraduate students both to participate in and to question...
Local Examples and Master Narratives: Stanley Fish and the Public Appeal of Current-Traditionalism
Scholars who believe the field of composition is making-or needs to make- a public turn are troubled by our scarcity of prominent public intellectuals (Butler 59). Elsewhere, where the local turn crosses the archival turn, David Gold argues that archival...
Sponsors and Activists: Deborah Brandt, Sponsorship, and the Work to Come
Sponsors and Activists: Deborah Brandt, Sponsorship, and the Work to Come Literacy, Economy, and Power: Writing and Research after Literacy in American Lives John Duffy, Julie Nelson Christoph, Eli Goldblatt, Nelson Graff, Rebecca S. Nowacek, and Bryan...
Writing about Writing and the Multimajor Professional Writing Course
IntroductionThis article is motivated by what we believe is a fairly common experience in the broad universe that is composition studies, that of teaching what Donna Kain and Elizabeth Wardle have dubbed the introductory "multi-major professional communication...
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