Writing ourselves into the story : unheard voices from composition studies /

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Imprint:Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, ©1993.
Description:1 online resource (vii, 383 pages)
Language:English
Subject:English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
English language -- Composition and exercises.
Report writing -- Study and teaching.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Rhetoric.
REFERENCE -- Writing Skills.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Composition & Creative Writing.
English language -- Composition and exercises.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
Report writing -- Study and teaching.
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Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11106019
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Other authors / contributors:Fontaine, Sheryl I., 1955-
Hunter, Susan, 1948-
ISBN:058520182X
9780585201825
0809318261
080931827X
9780809318261
9780809318278
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
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Other form:Print version: Writing ourselves into the story. Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, ©1993 0809318261
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Taking the Risk to Be Heard / Sheryl I. Fontaine and Susan Hunter
  • pt. 1. Lives Under Cover. 1. Tosca Was a Woman / Susan Pepper Robbins. 2. Invisible Diversity: Gay and Lesbian Students Writing Our Way into the Academy / Sarah Sloane. 3. Freeway Flyers: The Migrant Workers of the Academy / Frances Ruhlen McConnel. 4. Looking for a Gate in the Fence / Clare A. Frost. 5. The Dangers of Teaching Differently / Susan Hunter
  • At the Risk of Being Personal ... Hearing Our Own Voices: Life-saving Stories / Lynn Z. Bloom
  • pt. 2. Seduction and Suspicion. 6. The Fate of the Wyoming Resolution: A History of Professional Seduction / Jeanne Gunner. 7. Composition Teaching as "Women's Work": Daughters, Handmaids, Whores, and Mothers / Cynthia Bell. 8. Directing Without Power: Adventures in Constructing a Model of Feminist Writing Programs Administration / Marcia Dickson. 9. Tales Too Terrible to Tell: Unstated Truths and Underpreparation in Graduate Composition Programs / Michael A. Pemberton
  • At the Risk of Being Personal ... Seeking Aunt Beast: A Collage Essay / Jean Fairgrieve
  • pt. 3. "But You Never Asked!" 10. Students' Stories and the Variable Gaze of Composition Research / Wendy Bishop. 11. Student Voices: How Students Define Themselves as Writers / Carol Lea Clark / Students of English 1803. 12. Privacy, Peers, and Process: Conflicts in the Composition Classroom / Patricia Prandini Buckler, Kay Franklin and Thomas E. Young. 13. Rites of Passage: Reflections on Disciplinary Enculturation in Composition / Chris M. Anson
  • At the Risk of Being Personal ... Appearance as Shield: Reflections about Middle-Class Lives on the Boundary / Irene Papoulis
  • pt. 4. Staking a Claim. 14. Writing in the Margins: A Search for Community College Voices / Elizabeth A. Nist and Helon Howell Raines. 15. Resuscitating a Terminal Degree: A Reconceptualization of the M.A. in Composition / Sheryl I. Fontaine. 16. Robert Zoellner's Talk-Write Pedagogy / Gary Layne Hatch and Margaret Bennett Walters. 17. Gender in Composition Research: A Strange Silence / Nancy Mellin McCracken, Lois I. Green and Claudia M. Greenwood
  • At the Risk of Being Personal ... "As We Share, We Move into the Light" / Penelope Dugan.