The dissertation & the discipline : reinventing composition studies /
|Imprint:||Portsmouth, NH : Boynton/Cook, Heinemann, c2002.|
|Description:||ix, 163 p. ; 24 cm.|
CrossCurrents (Portsmouth, N.H.)
|Subject:||Dissertations, Academic -- United States.|
Academic writing -- United States.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Academic writing -- Study and teaching (Higher)
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4825875|
Table of Contents:
- 7. "She Herself Is the Writing," But the Form Doesn't Fit: The Dissertation as a Site of Becoming
- Part 3. Writing Between Tradition and Change
- 8. Writing Wrong: The Dissertation as Dissent
- 9. The Multiple Voices in the Dissertation and Beyond
- 10. The Personal Narrative in Dissertation Writing: A Matter of Academic Honesty
- 11. Dissertating in a Digital Age: The Future of Composition Scholarship
- Part 4. So What Is a Dissertation for--And What Comes Next?
- 12. Why Write a Dissertation?
- 13. "You Both Looked the Same to Me": Collaboration as Subversion
- 14. In Search of My "Jingle": Reconciling Voice and Identity After the Dissertation Defense
- Part 1. (Re)Writing the Dissertation Initiation Ritual
- Works Cited
- 1. Writing Selves, Establishing Academic Identity
- 2. Behind the Accordion-Shaped Door, or Living the Questions of a Personal Academic Dissertation
- 3. Participation: On an Ethics of Beginnings
- 4. Other Than Oedipus: Sideshadowing Tales of Dissertation Authority 34
- Part 2. Locating and Pluralizing Advising
- 5. Dissertation Writing and Advising in a Postmodern Age
- 6. Mothers, Spinsters, Othermothers: Metaphors for Women Mentors and Their Students