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Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor
Editors’ Dedication: For Marshall Gregory
Taking on “Best Practices”: A Novel Response to Managerialism in Higher Education
Alison J. Friedow, Erin E. Blankenship, Jennifer L. Green, and Walter W. Stroup
Learning Interdisciplinary Pedagogies
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The Digital Archive as a Tool for Close Reading in the Undergraduate Literature Course
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What New Writing Teachers Talk about When They Talk about Teaching
Adrienne P. Lamberti and Anne R. Richards
Gaming/Writing and Evolving Forms of Rhetorical Awareness: Potentials of Interactive Digital Media for Democratic Classrooms
Laura L. Aull
Students Creating Canons: Rethinking What (and Who) Constitutes the Canon
James J. Brown Jr., Andrew Engel, Whitney Hardin, Donora Hillard, Jason Kahler, Michael McGinnis, Derek Risse, and Conor Shaw-Draves
Interfaces and Infrastructures: Examining New Media Objects in the English Studies Classroom
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Introduction: Meeting Students Where They Are
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Course Theme and Ideology in the Freshman Writing Classroom
Daniel R. Mangiavellano
First Encounters with Pride and Prejudice in the Composition Classroom
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Sports and the Life of the Mind: Sports Media in the Freshman Composition Classroom
Ryan K. McBride
Quintilian in New Orleans: Post-Katrina Service-Learning in an Advanced Writing Course
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A Textbook Argument: The Success of Thank You for Arguing and Its Pedagogical Implications
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Integrating Writing, Thinking, and Learning: A New Edition of a Faculty Development Treasure
Class Considerations: An Exploration of Literacy, Social Class, and Family
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