Computers and Writing: The Cyborg Era

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Defining Computers and Writing: Defining the Cyborg Era 1
  • Community Voices 27
  • Joe Amato 29
  • Daniel Anderson 30
  • Judy Arzt 31
  • Anthony T. Atkins 32
  • Anthony T. Atkins 33
  • Alexandra Babione 34
  • Cheryl E. Ball 35
  • John F. Barber 36
  • David Barndollar 38
  • Eva Bednarowicz 39
  • Stephen A. Bernhardt 40
  • Kristine Blair 41
  • David Blakesley 42
  • Shelley Rodrigo Blanchard 43
  • Karin Mårdsjö Blume 44
  • Chip Bruce 45
  • Hugh Burns 46
  • Nick Carbone 47
  • Paul Carson 48
  • Joanna Castner 49
  • Pamela Childers 50
  • Kate Coffield 51
  • Dagmar Stuehrk Corrigan 52
  • Eric Crump 53
  • Karen D'Agostino 54
  • Michael Day 56
  • 2 - Computers and Writing from 1960 to 1979: Cyborg History 59
  • Community Voices 73
  • Christy Desmet 75
  • Danielle Nicole Devoss 77
  • Bradley Dilger 78
  • Christa Ehmann 79
  • Patricia Ericsson 80
  • Douglas Eyman 81
  • Dawn Formo and Kimberly Robinson Neary 82
  • Lisa Gerrard 84
  • Paula Gillespie 85
  • Morgan Gresham 86
  • Dene Grigar 87
  • Sibylle Gruber 88
  • Christina Haas 89
  • Marcia Peoples Halio 90
  • Carolyn Handa 91
  • Linda Hanson 92
  • Muriel Harris 93
  • Bill Hart-Davidson 95
  • Gail E. Hawisher 97
  • Byron Hawk 98
  • Cynthia Haynes 99
  • Tyanna Herrington 100
  • Brooke Hessler 101
  • Beth L. Hewett 102
  • Krista Homicz 103
  • Christine Hult 104
  • Sue Hum 105
  • James A. Inman 106
  • 3 - Recasting Canonized Computers and Writing Scholarship, 1979–2000: Cyborg Narratives 107
  • Community Voices 125
  • Donna Marie Jarma 127
  • Cynthia Jenéy 128
  • Sara D. Jenkins 130
  • Billie Jones 131
  • Amy C. Kimme Hea 132
  • Judith Kirkpatrick 133
  • Karla Saari Kitalong 134
  • Michael Knievel 136
  • Josephine A. Koster 137
  • Steven D. Krause 138
  • Deena Larsen 139
  • Lisa Lebduska 140
  • Paul Leblanc 141
  • Bruce Leland 142
  • Bernadette Longo 143
  • Jane Love 144
  • Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink 145
  • Karen J. Lunsford 146
  • Barry Maid 147
  • Nick Mauriello 148
  • Leland Mccleary 150
  • Dan Melzer 151
  • Barbara Monroe 152
  • Virginia Montecino 153
  • Michael R. Moore 154
  • Charles Moran 155
  • Paul “skip” Morris 156
  • Joe Moxley 157
  • 4 - Integrated Meaning-Making Systems in Computers and Writing: Cyborg Literacy 159
  • Community Voices 175
  • Ted Nellen 177
  • Robert Nideffer 178
  • Catherine Null 179
  • Gian S. Pagnucci 180
  • Mike Palmquist 182
  • Veronica Pantoja 183
  • Elizabeth R. Pass 184
  • Nancy Patterson 185
  • Michael A. Pemberton 186
  • Victoria Ann Ramirez 187
  • Clancy Ratliff 188
  • Donna Reiss 189
  • Ben Reynolds 190
  • Jeff Rice 191
  • Rich Rice 193
  • Rebecca Rickly 194
  • Dawn Rodrigues 195
  • Raymond J. Rodrigues 196
  • Liz Rohan 197
  • Temi Rose 198
  • Albert Rouzie 199
  • Robert D. Royar 200
  • Stuart Selber 201
  • Cynthia L. Selfe 202
  • Bonita R. Selting 204
  • Donna N. Sewell 205
  • Victoria Sharpe 206
  • Mike Sharples 207
  • 5 - Challenging Material Conditions and the Nature of Teaching and Learning in Computers and Writing: Cyborg Pedagogy 209
  • Community Voices 229
  • Michelle Sidler 231
  • Greg Siering 232
  • Geoffrey Sirc 233
  • John Slatin 234
  • Sarah Jane Sloane 235
  • Ilana Snyder 236
  • Elizabeth A. Sommers 237
  • Terry Tannacito 238
  • Jonathan Taylor 239
  • Sue Thomas 240
  • Alice L. Trupe 241
  • Gregory Ulmer 242
  • Victor J. Vitanza 244
  • Zach Waggoner 245
  • Cynthia L. Walker 246
  • Janice R. Walker 247
  • John Paul Walter 249
  • Cindy Wambeam 250
  • Patricia Webb 251
  • Bob Whipple 252
  • Helen Whitehead 253
  • Carl Whithaus 254
  • Debbie J. Williams 255
  • Sean D. Williams 256
  • Katherine V. Wills 257
  • Sherri Winans 258
  • Art Young 259
  • 6 - Setting an Agenda for the Future in and Beyond Computers and Writing: Cyborg Responsibility 261
  • References 289
  • Author Index 299
  • Subject Index 303
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