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  • Front Matter

    Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor

    Editors' Introduction: Righting the Ship

    Articles

    Lisa King

    Rhetorical Sovereignty and Rhetorical Alliance in the Writing Classroom: Using American Indian Texts

    Andrew Hock Soon Ng

    Teaching the Intangible: Reading Asian American Literature in the Classroom through the Gothic

    Staci M. Perryman-Clark

    Africanized Patterns of Expression: A Case Study of African American Students' Expository Writing Patterns across Written Contexts

    Karen Manarin

    Reading Value: Student Choice in Reading Strategies

    Becky Adnot-Haynes and Tessa Mellas

    Knocking Sparks: Demystifying Process in Graduate Fiction Workshops

    Sheldon George

    The Performed Self in College Writing: From Personal Narratives to Analytic and Research Essays

    From the Classroom

    Rob Faunce

    Teaching Querelle in the Composition Classroom

    Octavia Davis

    Talking Back to the Regents

    Beth Lewis Samuelson and Cathy Hicks-Kennard

    Poster Presentations in an Introductory Linguistics Course: Designing Meaningful Assignments for Pre-service Teachers

    Tara Robbins Fee

    Computer Surveillance in the Classroom; or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Panopticon

    Contributors

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