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Editors' Introduction-Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor
Going Public: From the Perspective of the Classroom-Teresa Mangum
Students Study Up the University: Perspectives Gained in Student Research on the University as Institution-Gina Hunter
Writing Time: Composing in an Accelerated World-Jeanne Marie Rose
Productive Paradoxes: Vernacular Use in the Teaching of Composition and Literature-Dohra Ahmad and Shondel J. Nero
Reprivileging Reading: The Negotiation of Uncertainty-Ira James Allen
Critical Editing and Close Reading in the Undergraduate Classroom-Erick Kelemen
The Twain Shall Meet: Rethinking the Introduction to Graduate Studies Course as Interdisciplinary Pedagogy-Margaret M. Strain and Rebecca Potter
From the Classroom
Investigating College Campus Conflicts: Possibilities for Tapping into Genuine Student Interest-Sean Murray
Painting as a Reading Practice-Paul T. Corrigan
The Student Text as Center-Elizabeth Hatmaker
Teaching with Student Texts: Essays toward an Informed Practice. Edited by Harris Joseph Miles John D. Paine Charles. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2010.
If I Don't Know What I'm Teaching, How Can I Make the Best of It?-Adam Pacton
Teaching What You Don't Know. By Huston Therese. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2009.
The Canon and the Cutting Edge: On Teaching the Graphic Novel-Jennifer H. Williams
Teaching the Graphic Novel. Edited by Tabachnick Stephen E.. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2009.
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