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  • Editors' Introduction–Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor


    Education after an Earthquake: Emerson's Lessons in Panic and Pedagogy– Sean Ross Meehan


    Unprincipled Pedagogy: Casuistry and Postprocess Teaching– Paul Lynch

    Beyond Grammar: Linguistics in Language and Writing Courses– Ann Evans

    Clarity, George Orwell, and the Pedagogy of Prose Style; or, How Not to Teach "Shooting an Elephant"– Nils Clausson

    Reading the New Yorker: Serialized Texts and the Performative Present in the Writing Classroom– Joseph J. Letter

    Teaching and (Re)Learning the Rhetoric of Emotion– Shari Stenberg

    Mocking Discourse: Parody as Pedagogy– David Seitz

    From the Classroom

    The Undergraduate Literature Conference: A Report from the Field–Cara Hersh, Molly Hiro, and Herman Asarnow

    This One Is for the Groundlings–Cameron Hunt McNabb

    The Ethics of Violence: Representing Inner-City Communities and the Case of Boaz Yakin's Fresh– Tom O'Connor


    The Divine Error

    Dead Letters: Error in Composition, 1873 – 2004. By Tracy Santa. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2008.–Andrea Olinger

    What's Right and Wrong with the Workshop: A New Collection of Essays Examines the Effectiveness of the Creative Writing Workshop

    Does the Writing Workshop Still Work? Edited by Dianne Donnelly. Tonawanda, NY: Multilingual Matters, 2010–Adam Breckenridge

    "Buck"ing the System: Gertrude Buck's Contribution to Composition and Rhetoric

    A Feminist Legacy: The Rhetoric and Pedagogy of Gertrude Buck. By Suzanne Bordelon. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2007.–Susan Pagnac

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