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  • 1. Editors' Introduction—Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor

    2. Guest Editor's Introduction: Perspectives on a Master Teacher—James Phelan

    3. Old School—William Monroe

    4. The Field of Selves: Wayne Booth's Defense of Hypocrisy Upward—Robert D. Denham

    5. Revisiting the "Visitable Past": Reflections on Wayne Booth's Teaching after Twenty-Nine Years—Meri-Jane Rochelson

    6. The Unbroken Continuum: Booth/Gregory on Teaching and Ethical Criticism—Marshall Gregory

    7. The Pleasure of His Company—Walter A. Davis

    8. Wayne Booth, the Feminists, and Feminist Criticism—Elizabeth Langland

    9. Wayne C. Booth: The Effect of His Being—James Phelan

    10. Progress on Both Sides: Wayne C. Booth as Mentor and the Pedagogy of Transformative Engagement—Frederick J. Antczak

    11. "Authorities Speak" Power and Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom: The Authority Project, Anna Leahy—Eric Burger

    12. Moving Against and Beyond Boundaries—Nicole Walker

    13. What Creative Writing pedagogy Might Be—Paul Ketzle

    14. "A Call to Action: Teaching, Researching, and Documenting Literacies in the Twenty-First Century" Literate Lives in the Information Age: Narratives of Literacy from the United States, Cynthia Selfe and Gail Hawishe—Abby M. Dubisar

    15. "Shifting Paradigms: Assessment and Technology in the Composition Classroom" Teaching and Evaluating Writing in the Age of Computers and High-Stakes Testing, Carl Whithaus—Paul L. Yoder

    16. Contributors

    17. Call for Papers

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    This special issue of Pedagogy examines the work of master teacher Wayne Booth through the testimony of eight of his students. The result is a compelling and illuminating collection of personal narrative, argument, and analysis that points to the depth and range of Booth’s achievements as well as to the overall coherence of his pedagogical commitments.

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