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1. Note from the Editors–Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor
2. Centers and Peripheries: Guest Editor's Introduction–Mark C. Long
3. Creativity and Collaboration in the Small College Department–Wendy Moffat
4. "Enough! or Too Much": The Blakean Paradox of the COPLAC English Department–Peg Downes
5. A Profession of Blended Beliefs: English at a Christian Liberal Arts College–Jeffry C. Davis
6. The Remaking of a Small College English Department–Stuart Y. McDougal
7. Here Comes Everybody: An Epistemic Approach to Teaching Ulysses in a Small College–Kathleen McCormick and Melissa Shofner
8. Where I Teach–William Conlogue
9. Stranger than Friction: Learning and Teaching Literary Studies Using Text Book–Robin Dizard
10. "We All Got History": Process and Product in the History of Composition
Review of Local Histories: Reading the Archives of Composition, by Patricia Donahue and Gretchen Flesher Moon–Cinthia Gannett, John C. Brereton, and Katherine E. Tirabassi
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