WPA 27.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2003)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2003)

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Frontmatter

Lynch, Dennis. "Letter from the Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 6-8.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. "WPAs and/versus Administrators: Using Multimedia Rhetoric to Promote Shared Premises for Writing Instruction." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 9-22.

Latterell, Catherine. "Defining Roles for Graduate Students in Writing Program Administration: Balancing Pragmatic Needs with a Postmodern Ethics of Action." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 23-39.

Juzwik, Mary. "Handling Curricular Resources: An Examination of Two Teachers? Tactical Appropriation of First-Year Composition Curricula." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 40-58.

Grutsch McKinney, Jackie, and Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater. "Inventing a Teacherly Self: Positioning Journals in the TA Seminar." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 59-74.

Patton, Martha D. "Research or Faculty Development? A Study of WI Faculty Commenting Practices." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 75-91.

Hennessy, Michael. "'School Is Short and Life Is Long': Advice for TAs."  Review of The Allyn and Bacon Teaching Assistant's Handbook: A Guide for Graduate Instructors of Writing and Literature" by Stephen W. Wilhoit. WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.1-2 (2003): 92-94.

Backmatter

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