Archives of WPA: Writing Program Administration

The Council of Writing Program Administrators is pleased to make back issues of the journal, WPA: Writing Program Administration, available to WPA members and the reading public in digital format. Only WPA members are able to access issues published within the last two years. All others may see issues dating back to the formation of the Council in 1977. Issues are sequenced by year and volume number. Each issue has its own node.

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* Credits: Preparation of the journal's digital archives was undertaken by a number of people over the course of three years. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing and Rhetoric and Composition at Purdue University.

WPA 1.3 (1978)

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Masthead

Invitation

Wiener, Harvey. "WPA President's Message." WPA: Writing Program Administration 1.3 (1978): 4.

Membership Form

Bruffee, Kenneth. "Editorial." WPA: Writing Program Administration 1.3 (1978): 6-12.

Council of Writing Program Administrators."Bylaws." WPA: Writing Program Administration 1.3 (1978): 13-15.

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in course in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 3.1 (1979)

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Frontmatter

Editorial (Kenneth Bruffee)

Hairston, Maxine. "What Freshmen Directors Need to Know about Evaluating Writing Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.1 (1979): 11-16.

Lindemann, Erika. "Evaluating Writing Programs: What an Outside Evaluator Looks For." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.1 (1979): 17-24.

Larkin, Greg. "The Essential Unity of Language Arts Programs: Its Pedagogical Implications." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.1 (1979): 25-28.

Backmatter

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in course in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 3.2 (1979)

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Frontmatter

Woods, William F. "Industrial Management and Teaching Evaluation Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.2 (1979): 9-16.

Flanigan, Michael C.. "Observing Teaching: Discovering and Developing the Individual's Teaching Style." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.2 (1979): 17-24.

Findlen, George R.. "A Device for Interpreting the Results of Student Evaluation Forms." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.2 (1979): 25-30.

Backmatter

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in course in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 3.3 (Spring 1980)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.3 (Spring 1980)

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Frontmatter (including a WPA "Reader Survey")

President's Message (Harvey S. Wiener)

Jewell, Walter. "The Contribution of Administrative Leadership to Academic Excellence." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.3 (1980): 9-13.

Skerl, Jennie. "Training Writing Lab Tutors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.3 (1980): 15-18.

White, Edward M. "The California State University English Placement Test (EPT)--Purpose and Potential." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.3 (1980): 19-22.

Brekke, Alice. "The Impact of Testing on One California University Campus: What the EPT Has Done to Is and for Us." WPA: Writing Program Administration 3.3 (1980): 23-26.

Contributors, Announcements, Index to WPA volumes 1-3, and past members of the WPA Executive Committee and Editorial Board.

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 4.1 (Fall 1980)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.1 (Fall 1980)

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Dunn, Thomas M. "Writing in the Sciences." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.1 (1980): 11-15.

Bataille, Robert R. "Hiring Composition Specialists." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.1 (1980): 17-22.

Lyons, Robert. "The City University of New York Writing Assessment Test: A Faculty-Generated Model." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.1 (1980): 23-27.

Brick, Allan. "The CUNY Writing Assessment Test and the Teaching of Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.1 (1980): 28-34.

Contributors, Announcements, and Membership Form

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 4.2 (Winter 1980)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (Winter 1980)

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Frontmatter

Forum. Faculty Development in Composition

  • Marius, Richard. "Faculty Indifference to Writing: A Pessimistic View." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 7-11.
  • Lyons, Robert. "Faculty Development through Professional Collaboration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 12-18.
  • Nold, Ellen. "Helping Faculty Make Rewarding Assignments." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 19.
  • Bonner, Thomas, Jr. "Six Steps toward Departmental Engagement in Composition." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 20.
  • Brothers, Barbara. "Three Kinds of Writing Workshops for English Teachers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 21-22.

WPA Board of Consultant Educators. "Writing Program Evaluation: An Outline for Self-Study." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 23-28.

Rankin, David. Review of The Effective Administrator by Donald E. Walker. "A Common-Sense Approach to Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.2 (1980): 29-33.

Contributors, Announcements, and Membership Form

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 4.3 (Spring 1981)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.3 (Spring 1981)

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Frontmatter (including Harvey S. Wiener's "President's Message")

Maimon, Elaine P. "Writing in the Arts and Sciences: Getting Started and Gaining Momentum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.3 (1981): 9-13.

Fulwiler, Toby. "Writing across the Curriculum at Michigan Tech." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.3 (1981): 15-20.

Raimes, Ann. "Writing across the Curriculum: Comment." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.3 (1981): 21-22.

Furcron, Margaret. "The Writing Program Administration Guide to Planning and Organizing Regional Academic Conferences." WPA: Writing Program Administration 4.3 (1981): 23-51.

Contributors, Announcements, Index to Volume 4, "Council of Writing Program Administrators Bylaws" (Rev. June 1980) and Membership Form

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 5.1 (Fall 1981)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.1 (Fall 1981)

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Frontmatter (including Ken Bruffee's "Editorial")

Blank, Susan, and Beth Greenberg. "Living at the Bottom." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.1 (1981): 9-12.

McClelland, Ben W. "Part-Time Faculty in English Composition: A WPA Survey." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.1 (1981): 13-20.

Weinman, Geoffrey S. "A Part-Time Freshman Writing Staff: Problems and Solutions." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.1 (1981): 21-28.

McQuade, Donald A. "The Case of the Migrant Workers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.1 (1981): 29-34.

Booth, Wayne C. "A Cheap, Efficient, Challenging, Sure-Fire and Obvious Device for Combatting the Major Scandal in Higher Education Today." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.1 (1981): 35-40.

Contributors, Announcements, Membership List, and Membership Form

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 5.2 (Winter 1981)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.2 (Winter 1981)

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Frontmatter

Broder, Peggy. "Such Good Friends: Cooperation between the English Department and the Writing Labs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.2 (1981): 7-12.

Harris, Muriel. "The View from the Writing Lab: Another Way to Evaluate a Writing Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.2 (1981): 13-20.

Eastman, Arthur M. "Interviews and Expectations: Hiring for the 1980s." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.2 (1981): 21-24.

Hanlon, James. "Faculty Unions: Bargaining According to the Craft Model." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.2 (1981): 25-30.

Trimmer, Joseph. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.2 (1981): 31-48

Participating Publishers, Contributors, Announcements, and Membership Form

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 5.3 (Spring 1982)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.3 (Spring 1982)

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Frontmatter

Wiener, Harvey S. "President's Message." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.3 (1982): 7.

Coburn, Leon. "Notes of a Freshman Freshman Comp Director or lasciate ogni speranza voi ch'entrate." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.3 (1982): 9-14.

Peterson, Linda. "Getting a Little Help from Our (Literary) Friends." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.3 (1982): 15-20.

Gracie, William J., Jr. "Directing Freshman English: The Role of Administration in Freshman English Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.3 (1982): 21-24.

Gaus, Paula J. "Survival Kit for Part-Time Faculty." WPA: Writing Program Administration 5.3 (1982): 25-27.

Contributors, Announcements, Index of Volumes 1-5, and Membership Form

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer, coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 6.1-2 (Fall-Winter, 1982)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1982)

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Frontmatter

Lunsford, Andrea A.; R. Howard Cross. "Avoiding the Pitfalls: The North Vancouver Writing Project." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.1-2 (1982): 7-12.

North, Stephen. "Helping Ed." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.1-2 (1982): 13-20.

Tackach, James M. "I am not exploited." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.1-2 (1982): 21-24.

Weaver, Barbara T. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.1-2 (1982): 25-43.

Backmatter

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 6.3 (Spring 1983)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (Spring 1983)

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Wiener, Harvey. "President's Message." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (1983): 9.

Zelnick, Stephen C. "A Report on the Workshop on the Administration of Writing Programs, Summer, 1982." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (1983): 11-14.

Catano, James V. "Machines for the Garden." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (1983): 15-22.

Herzberg, Bruce. "A Primer on Computer Literacy for WPAs and Writing Instructors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (1983): 23-32.

Gendron, Dennis. "Educational software for Computers: Very pretty, but Can It teach?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (1983): 33-40.

Harris, Jeanette. "Expanding the Writing Center Audience." WPA: Writing Program Administration 6.3 (1983): 41-44.

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 7.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1983)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1983)

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Frontmatter

Bean, John C.; John Ramage. "An experimental program to increase the efficiency of freshman English at Montana State University: An initial report." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.1-2 (1983): 15-32.

Trimbur, John. "Students or staff: Thoughts on the use of peer tutors in writing centers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.1-2 (1983): 33-38.

Matalene, Carolyn. "The shadow of testing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.1-2 (1983): 39-46.

Potts, Maureen; David Schwalm. "A training program for teaching assistants in freshman English." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.1-2 (1983): 47-54.

Backmatter

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 7.3 (Spring 1984)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.3 (Spring 1984)

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Frontmatter

Lederman, Marie Jean; Michael Ribaudo; Susan Remmer Ryzewic. "A national survey on the assessment and improvement of the academic skills of entering freshman: Some implications for writing program administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.3 (1984): 11-16.

Gopen, George D. "Every spring a new haystack: A method for the annual evaluation of new composition texts." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.3 (1984): 17-26.

Gage, Thomas; John C. Schafer. "Humboldt State University's master's program in the teaching of writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.3 (1984): 27-34.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. "Review. Evaluating College Writing Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.3 (1984): 35-42.

Weaver, Barbara T. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 7.3 (1984): 43-56.

Backmatter

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 8.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1984)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1984)

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Frontmatter

Smith, Bill. "Editorial." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 5.

Hartzog, Carol P. "Freshman English 1984: Politics and Administrative Process." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 7-16.

Fishman, Judith. "Do You Agree or Disagree: The Epistemology of the CUNY Writing Assessment Test." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 17-26.

Troyka, Lynn Quitman. "The Phenomenon of Impact: The CUNY Writing Assessment Test." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 27-36.

White, Edward M., and Linda Polin. "Research on Composition Programs: Faculty Attitudes and Beliefs about the Teaching of Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 37-46.

Presley, John. "Evaluating Developmental English Programs in Georgia." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 47-56.

Gremore, Robert. "Community Faculty: Part-Time Teachers Who Connect the Composition Classroom to the World of Work." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 57-64.

Backmatter

View the entire issue of WPA 8.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1984) as one PDF file (2.48 MB).

* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 8.3 (Spring 1985)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.3 (Spring 1985)

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Frontmatter

Horner, Winifred Bryan. "President's Message." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.1-2 (1984): 5-6.

Harris, Jeanette, and Christina Hult. "Using a Survey of Writing Assignments to Make Informed Curricular Decisions." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.3 (1985): 7-14.

Covington, David, Ann E. Brown, and Gary Blank. "An Alternative Approach to Writing across the Curriculum: The Writing Assistance Program at North Carolina State University's School of Engineering." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.3 (1985): 15-24.

Polin, Linda, and Edward White. "Patterns of Composition Instruction." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.3 (1985): 25-34.

Wright, Richard. "The English Examiner: A Helpful Solution." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.3 (1985): 35-38.

Weaver, Barbara. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks (Spring 1985)." WPA: Writing Program Administration 8.3 (1985): 39-56.

Backmatter

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* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 9.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1985)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1985)

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Frontmatter

Bruffee, Kenneth A. "The WPA as (Journal) Writer: What the Record Reveals." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 5-10.

Trimmer, Joseph F. "Faculty Development and the Teaching of Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 11-18.

Polin, Linda, and Edward M. White. "Speaking Frankly: Writing Program Administrators Look at Instructional Goals and Faculty Retraining." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 19-30.

Greenberg, Karen L. "Writing Assessment Test Design: Response to Two Writing Program Administration Essays." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 31-40.

Hemmeter, Thomas. "Spreading the Good Word: The Peer-Tutoring Report and the Public Image of the Writing Center." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 41-50.

Corona, Laurel, and Bruce Keitel. "'ACCESS': Retaining Underprepared College Freshmen through Coordinated Instruction in Literacy Skills and General Education." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 51-58.

Trimbur, John. "Writing and Undergraduate Education: A Report on the First Annual NEWPA Fall Meetings." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.1-2 (1985): 59-62.

Backmatter

View the entire issue of WPA 9.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1985) as one PDF file (2.96 MB).

* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 9.3 (Spring 1986)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (Spring 1986)

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Frontmatter

Horner, Winifred Bryan. "President's Message." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 5-6.

Smith, Bill. "Editorial." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 7.

Maimon, Elaine P. "Collaborative Learning and Writing Across the Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 9-16.

Ede, Lisa S., and Andrea A. Lunsford. "Collaborative Learning: Lessons from the World of Work." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 17-26.

Belanoff, Pat, and Peter Elbow. "Using Portfolios to Increase Collaboration and Community in a Writing Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 27-40.

Strong, William. "Writing as Interior Mirror." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 41-49.

Weaver, Barbara T. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 51-68.

Backmatter

View the entire issue of WPA 9.3 (Spring 1986) as one PDF file (3.8 MB).

* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 10.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1986)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1986)

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Frontmatter

Wiener, Harvey. "Writing Assessment: An Evaluation Paradigm." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (1986): 13-16.

Spear, Karen, and Barbara Maloney. "Reading, Writing, and Thinking: High School/College Connections." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (1986): 17-26.

Daiker, Donald A., Mary Fuller, Max Morenberg, and Janet Ziegler. "Evaluating High School Writing: What Are Teachers Really Looking For?" WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (1986): 27-42.

Foster, David. "Training Writing Teachers in a Small Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (1986): 43-50.

Diogenes, Marvin, Duane Roen, and C. Jan Swearingen. "Creating the Profession: The GAT Training Program at the University of Arizona." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (1986): 51-60.

McCormick, Frank; Chris McCormick. "The Basic Writing Course at Eastern Illinois University: An Evaluation of Its Effectiveness." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.1-2 (1986): 61-66.

Backmatter

View the entire issue of WPA 10.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1986) as one PDF file (3.51 MB).

* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 10.3 (Spring 1987)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (Spring 1987)

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Frontmatter

Smith, Bill. "Editorial." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 9-10.

Peterson, Linda. "The WPA's Progress: A Survey, Story, and Commentary on the Career Patterns of Writing Program Administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 11-18.

Hult, Christine A. "Assessment Topics: The Importance of the Rhetorical Frame." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 19-28.

Gordon, Barbara L. "Another Look: Standardized Tests for Placement in College Composition Courses." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 29-38.

Weaver, Barbara. "Writing Assessment: Purposes, Problems, and Possibilities—A Review Essay." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 39-44.

Buckley, William K. "Linkage Grant for the Improvement of Composition Teaching." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 45-52.

Bloom, Lynn Z., and Richard C. Gebhardt. "Coming of Age: The Writing Program Administration Summer Workshop and Conference." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1987): 53-58.

Weaver, Barbara T. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 10.3 (1986): 59-78.

Backmatter

View the entire issue of WPA 10.3 (Spring 1987) as one PDF file (4.08 MB).

* Credits: Preparation of these digital archives was the result of work numerous people throughout the course of its three-year evolution. David Blakesley, WPA Web Developer (2004-2008), coordinated the effort with the generous assistance of many students in courses in Professional Writing at Purdue University.

WPA 11.1-2 (Fall 1987)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (Fall 1987)

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Frontmatter

Kail, Harvey, and John Trimbur. "The Politics of Peer Tutoring." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (1987): 5-12.

Bullock, Richard H. "When Administration Becomes Scholarship: The Future of Writing Program Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (1987): 13-18.

McLeod, Susan. "Defining Writing Across the Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (1987): 19-24.

Beene, LynnDianne, and Scott P. Sanders. "Writing Across the English Department." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (1987): 25-34.

Marting, Janet. "A Retrospective on Training Teaching Assistants." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (1987): 35-44.

Shook, Ronald. "Stalking the Wild TA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.1-2 (1987): 45-50.

Backmatter

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WPA 11.3 (Spring 1988)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (Spring 1988)

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Smith, Bill. "Editor's Note." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 7.

Hairston, Maxine. "Some Speculations about the Future of Writing Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 9-16.

Roy, Alice M. "ESL Concerns for Writing Program Administrators: Problems and Policies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 17-28.

Martin, Wanda. "Dancing on the Interface: Leadership and the Politics of Collaboration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 29-40.

Reagan, Sally Barr. "Teaching TAs to Teach: Show, Don't Tell." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 41-52.

Glick, Milton D. "Writing Across the Curriculum: A Dean's Perspective." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 53-58.

Weaver, Barbara T. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 11.3 (1988): 59-76.

Backmatter (includes index to volume 11)

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WPA 12.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1988)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1988)

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Hult, Christine. "Editor's Note." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (1988): 11-12.

Trimbur, John, and Barbara Cambridge. "The Wyoming Conference Resolution: A Beginning." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (1988): 13-18.

Olson, Gary A., and Evelyn Ashton-Jones. "Writing Center Directors: The Search for Professional Status." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (1988): 19-28.

Raines, Helon Howell. "Teaching Writing in the Two-Year College." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (1988): 29-38.

Howard, Rebecca M. "In Situ Workshops and the Peer Relationships of Composition Faculty." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (1988): 39-46.

Kirsch, Gesa. "Writing Across the Curriculum: The Program at Third College, University of California, San Diego." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.1-2 (1988): 47-55.

Backmatter

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WPA 12.3 (Spring 1989)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (Spring 1989)

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Fulwiler, Toby. "Writing Workshops and the Mechanics of Change." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (1989): 7-20.

Flinn, Jane Zeni, and Chris Madigan. "High Tech Staff Development." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (1989): 21-30.

Otte, George. "What Do Writing Teachers Think?" WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (1989): 31-42.

Fowler, Judy, and Stefan Martin. "School-College Partnerships and Their Impact on Writing Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (1989): 43-56.

Aschauer, Mary Ann. "Reinforcing Successive Gains: Collaborative Projects for Writing Faculty." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (1989): 57-61.

Notes on Contributors

Webb, Suzanne S. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 12.3 (1989): 57-63.

Backmatter

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WPA 13.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1989)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1989)

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Armstrong, Cherryl, and Sheryl J. Fontaine. "The Power of Naming: Names That Create and Define the Discipline." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (1989): 5-14.

Schwalm, David E. "Teaching Basic Writing: The Community College on the University Campus." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (1989): 15-24.

Grogan, Nedra, and Donald A. Daiker. "Team-Grading in College Composition." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (1989): 25-34.

Harris, Jeannette, Diana George, Christina Hult M., and Jimmie Killingsworth. "Computers in the Composition Curriculum: Looking Ahead." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (1989): 35-44.

McLeod, Susan, and Kathy Jane Garretson. "The Disabled Student and the Writing Program: A Guide for Administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (1989): 45-52.

Anderson, Chris. "Cold Fusion and the Road Less Travelled: A Review of Developing Successful College Writing Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.1-2 (1989): 53.

Backmatter

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WPA 13.3 (Spring 1990)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (Spring 1990)

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Gage, John T. "The Uses of a Handbook for Teachers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (1990): 5-16.

Clark, Beverly Lyon, and Roger D. Clark. "On Placing and Misplacing Students: Some Thoughts on Exemption." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (1990): 17-26.

Howard, Rebecca Moore, David J. Hess, and Margaret Flanders Darby. "Hiring Across the Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (1990): 27-36.

Broder, Peggy F. "Writing Centers and Teacher Training." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (1990): 37-46.

White, Edward M. "A Review of Mike Rose's Lives on the Boundary: The Struggles and Achievements of America's Underprepared. WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (1990): 47-.

Notes on Contributors

Webb, Suzanne S. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 13.3 (1990): 51-69.

Backmatter

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WPA 14.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1990)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1990)

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Cornell, Cynthia, and David J. Klooster. "Writing Across the Curriculum: Transforming the Academy?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 7-16.

McMullen, Judith Q., and J. Douglas Wellman. "Writing Programs Outside the English Department: An Assessment of a Five-Year Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 17-26.

Olds, Barbara M. "Does a Writing Program Make a Difference? A Ten-Year Comparison of Faculty Attitudes about Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 27-40.

Gale, Irene. "Conflicting Paradigms: Theoretical and Administrative Tensions in Writing Program Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 41-50.

Smit, David W. "Evaluating a Portfolio System." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 51-62.

Weiser, Irwin. "Surveying New Teaching Asistants: Who They Are, What They Know, and What They Want to Know." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 63-71.

Backmatter (includes notes on Contributors, Announcements, and Vol. Index)

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WPA 14.3 (Spring 1991)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (Spring 1991)

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Livingston-Webber, Joan. "Limits on the Power of Naming." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 7-20.

Thomas Recchio, and Lynn Z. Bloom. "Initiation Rites, Initiation Rights." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 21-26.

Cooper, Allene, and D. G. Kehl. "Development of Composition Instruction Through Peer Coaching." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 27-40.

Thomas, Trudelle. "The Graduate Student as Apprentice WPA: Experiencing the Future." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 41-52.

Leki, Ilona. "A New Approach to Advanced ESL Placement Testing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 53-68.

Beidler, Peter G. "The Writing Program Administration Evaluation: A Recent Case History." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 69-72.

McLeod, Susan H. "Requesting a Consultant-Evaluation Visit." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 73-79.

Webb, Suzanne S. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.3 (1991): 84-108

Backmatter (includes notes on Contributors, Announcements)

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WPA 15.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1991)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1991)

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White, Edward M. "Use It or Lose It: Power and the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 3-12.

Perdue, Virginia. "Writing-Center Faculty in Academia: Another Look at Our Institutional Status." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 13-24.

McLeod, Susan H., and Margot Soven. "What Do You Need to Start-and Sustain a Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Program?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 25-34.

Schildgen, Brenda Deen. "Master of Arts in Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 35-50.

Schwalm, David E. "High School/College Dual Enrollment." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 51-54.

Vivion, Michael J. "High School/College Dual enrollment and the Composition Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 55-59.

Janangelo, Joseph. "Somewhere Between Disparity and Despair: Writing Program Administrators, Image Problems, and the MLA job Information List." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 60-66.

Burnham, Christopher C. Review of How Writing Shapes Thinking: A Study of Teaching and Learning by Judith A. Langer and Arthur N. Appleby. WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 67-72.

Backmatter (includes notes on Contributors, Announcements, and Vol. Index)

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WPA 15.3 (Spring 1992)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (Spring 1992)

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McLeod, Susan H. "Responding to Plagiarism: The Role of the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 7-16.

Rafoth, Bennett A., and Donald L. Rubin. "Speaking-Writing Curricula: New Designs on an Old Idea." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 17-30.

Huot, Brian. "Finding Out What They Are Writing: A Method, Rationale and Sample for Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Research." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 31-40.

Leahy, Richard. "Competency Testing and the Writing Center." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 41-56.

Recchio, Thomas E. "Parallel Academic Lives: Affinities of Teaching Assistants and Freshman Writers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 57-61.

McBroom, Geraldine L. "A New Crop of Teaching Assistants and How They Grew." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 62-67.

Strenski, Ellen. "Helping TAs Across the Curriculum Teach Writing: An Additional Use for the TA Handbook." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 68-73.

Webb, Suzanne S. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.3 (1992): 78-98.

Backmatter (includes notes on Contributors, Announcements)

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WPA 16.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1992)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1992)

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Greenberg, Karen L. "Validity and Reliability Issues in the Direct Assessment of Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 7-23.

Despain, LaRene, and Thomas L. Hilgers. "Readers' Responses to the Rating of Non-Uniform Portfolios: Are There Limits on Portfolios' Utility?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 24-37.

Healy, Dave. "The Deprofessionalization of the Writing Instructor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 38-49.

Swilky, Jody. "Reconsidering Faculty Resistance to Writing Reform." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 50-61.

Rankin, Elizabeth. "In the Spirit of Wyoming: Using Local Action Research to Create a Context for Change." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 62-70.

Carter, Duncan, and Ben McClelland. "WPAs Assess the CCCC's 'Statement of Principles and Standards'." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 71-87.

Hult, Christine, and The Portland Resolution Committee. "The Portland Resolution." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.1-2 (1992): 88-94.

Backmatter (includes notes on Contributors, Announcements)

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WPA 16.3 (Spring 1993)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (Spring 1993)

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Seitz, James E. "Eluding Righteous Discourse: A Discreet Politics for New Writing Curricula." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 7-14.

Waldo, Mark. "The Last Best Place for WAC: The Writing Center." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 15-26.

Jeske, Jeff. "Creating the Institution-Specific Writing Center." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 27-36.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. "Power Revisited; Or, How We Became a Department." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 37-49.

Kearns, Edward A. "On the Running Board of the Portfolio Bandwagon." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 50-58.

Wells, Dorothy. "Causes of Unintentional Plagiarism." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 59-71.

Carter, Duncan. "The Transformation of Instruction in Writing: Implications for Class Size." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 72-75.

Contributors and Announcements

Smitten, Paige Dayton. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 78-98.

Backmatter (includes Ads)

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WPA 17.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1993)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1993)

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Sommers, Jeffrey, Laurel Black, Donald A.Daiker, and Gail Stygall. "The Challenges of Rating Portfolios: What WPAs Can Expect." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 7-30.

Faery, Rebecca Blevins. "Teachers and Writers: The Faculty Writing Workshop and Writing Across the Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 31-42.

Mahala, Daniel, and Michael Vivion. "The Role of AP and the Composition Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 43-57.

Soven, Margot. "Curriculum-Based Peer Tutoring Programs: A Survey." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 58-74.

Hall, Dennis R. "Compost: A Writing Program Newsletter and Its Rationale." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 75-82.

McLeod, Susan H., and Fred S. Schwarzbach. "What About the TAs? Making the Wyoming Resolution a Reality for Graduate Students." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 83-87.

Anonymous. "Draft Document: Guidelines for Self-Study to Precede WPA Visit." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 88-97.

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WPA 17.3 (Spring 1994)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (Spring 1994)

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Mendelson, Michael. "Professional Communication and the Politics of English Studies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1994): 7-21.

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Little, Sherry Burgus. "Developing a Technical Communication Program: The Role of the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1994): 22-34.

Carson, Jay. "Recognizing and Using Context as a Survival Tool for WAC." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1994): 35-48.

Huot, Brian. "A Survey of College and University Writing Placement Practices." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1994): 49-67.

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Wolf, Thia. Review of Writing Across the Curriculum: A Guide to Developing Programs, edited by Susan McLeod and Margot Soven. WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1994): 68-70.

Council of Writing Program Adminsitrators. "Guidelines for Affiliate Organizations." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1994): 71-73.

Contributors

Smitten, Paige Dayton. "Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 17.3 (1993): 75-94.

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WPA 18.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1994)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1994)

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Hesse, Douglas. "The Function of WPA at the Present Time." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 6-7.

Gunner, Jeanne. "Decentering the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 8-15.

Little, Sherry Burgus, and Shirley K Rose. "A Home of Our Wwn: Establishing a Department of Rhetoric and Writing Studies at San Diego State University." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 16-28.

Boardman, Kathleen A. "A Usable Past: Functions of Stories Among New TAs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 29-36.

Silva, Tony. "An Examination of Writing Program Administrators' Options for the Placement of ESL Students in First Year Writing Classes." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 37-43.

Haswell, Richard H., Lisa Johnson-Shull, and Susan Wyche-Smith. "Shooting Niagara: Making Portfolio Assessment Serve Instruction at a State University." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 44-55.

Robertson, Alice. "Teach, Not Test: A Look at a New Writing Placement Procedure." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.1-2 (1994): 56-63.

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WPA 18.3 (Spring 1995)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (Spring 1995)

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Shamoon, Linda K., Robert A. Schwegler, John Trimbur, and Patricia Bizzell. "New Rhetoric Courses in Writing Programs: A Report from a Conference for New England Writing Program Administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (1995): 7-25.

Healy, Dave. "Writing Center Directors: An Emerging Portrait of the Profession." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (1995): 26-43.

Hult, Christine. "Politics Redux: The Organization and Administration of Writing Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (1995): 44-52.

Barr-Ebest, Sally. "Gender Differences in Writing Program Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (1995): 53-73.

McClure, Lisa J. "Review. Teaching and Assessing Writing by Edward M. White." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (1995): 75-76.

Smitten, Paige Dayton. "Annual Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 18.3 (1995): 77-89.

Backmatter (includes Contributors, Ads, Announcements)

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WPA 19.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1995)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1995)

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Hesse, Doug. "Letter from the Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (1995): 7-23.

Reynolds, Nedra. "Dusting off Instructor's Manuals: The Teachers and Practices They Assume." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (1995): 7-23.

Anson, Chris M., David A. Jolliffe, and Nancy Shapiro. "Stories to Teach By: Using Narrative Cases in TA and Faculty Development." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (1995): 24-37.

Harrison, Suzan. "Portfolios Across the Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (1995): 38-49.

Burnham, Christopher C., and Cheryl Nims. "Closing the Circle: Outcomes Assessment, TQM [Total Quality Management] and the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (1995): 50-65.

Grego, Rhonda C., and Nancy S. Thompson. "The Writing Studio Program: Reconfiguring Basic Writing/Freshman Composition." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (1995): 66-79.

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WPA 19.3 (Spring 1996)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (Spring 1996)

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Frontmatter

Hesse, Doug. "Letter from the Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 6.

Latterell, Catherine G. "Training the Workforce: An Overview of GTA Education Curricula." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 7-23.

Swyt, Wendy. "Teacher Training in the Contact Zone." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 24-35.

Catalano, Timothy, Will Clemens, Julia Goodwin, Gary McMillin, Jeff White, and Stephen Wilhoit. "TA Training in English: An Annotated Biliography." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 36-54.

Yancey, Kathleen Blake. "Portfolio as Genre, Rhetoric as Reflection: Situating Selves, Literacies, and Knowledge." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 55-69.

Bishop, Wendy, and Gay Lynn Crossley. "How to Tell a Story of Stopping: The Complexities of Narrating a WPA's Experience." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 70-79.

Roen, Duane. Review of Resituating Writing: Constructing and Adminitering Writing Programs edited by Joseph Janangelo and Kristine Hansen. WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 80-82.

Martin, Eric. "The WPA Annual Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 19.3 (1996): 83-102.

Backmatter (includes Contributors, Ads, Announcements)

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WPA 20.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1996)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1996)

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Hesse, Doug. "Letter from the Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 6.

Taylor, Todd. "Computers in the Composition Curriculum: An Update." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 7-18.

Holdstein, Deborah H. "A Politics of Composition and Technology: Institutions and the Hazards of Making New." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 19-31.

Clark, Irene L., and Dave Healy. "Are Writing Centers Ethical?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 32-48.

Miller, Hildy. "Postmasculinist Directions in Writing Program Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 49-65.

Long, Mark C., Jennifer H. Holberg, and Marcy M.Taylor. "Beyond Apprenticeship: Graduate Students, Professional Development Programs and the Future(s) of English Studies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 66-78.

Glau, Gregory R. "The 'Stretch Program': Arizona State University's New Model of University-Level Basic Writing Instruction." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 79-91.

Council of Writing Program Administrators. "Evaluating the Intellectual Work of Writing Program Administrators: A Draft." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 92-103.

Sandy, Kristi. Review of Reconceiving Writing, Rethinking Writing Instruction edited by Joseph Petraglia. WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.1-2 (1996): 104-106.

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WPA 20.3 (Spring 1997)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (Spring 1997)

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Hesse, Doug. "Letter from the Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 6.

Gebhardt, Richard C. "Scholarship, Teaching, and the Future of Composition Studies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 7-16.

Boehm, Diane. "Traditional Criteria: Solution or Stumbling Block?" Response to "Evaluating the Intellectual Work of WPA: A Draft," WPA 20.1-2. WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 17-19.

Duffey, Suellynn. "Whose Work?" Response to "Evaluating the Intellectual Work of WPA: A Draft," WPA 20.1-2. WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 19-20.

Enos, Theresa. "A Reconsideration, a Redefinition." Response to "Evaluating the Intellectual Work of WPA: A Draft," WPA 20.1-2. WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 20-22.

Gunner, Jeanne. "Politicizing the Portland Resolution." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 23-30.

Uchmanowicz, Pauline. "Lessons from the Margins of the Academic Grove, or 'Hoop Dreams.'" WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 31-45.

Miraglia, Eric, and Susan McLeod. "Whither WAC? Interpreting the Stories/Histories of Enduring WAC Programs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 46-65.

Allen, Michael, Jane Frick, Jeff Sommers, and Kathleen Blake Yancey. "Outside Review of Writing Portfolios: An Online Evaluation." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 66-90.

Zimmerman, Ray, and Ellen Strenski. "Using the World Wide Web for Instruction Development: Writing Program Home Pages, Online Course Manuals, and Web-Archived Staff Listserves." WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 91-101.

Martin, Eric. "The WPA Annual Bibliography of Writing Textbooks."WPA: Writing Program Administration 20.3 (1997): 102-125.

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WPA 21.1 (Fall/Winter 1997)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (Fall/Winter 1997)

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Hesse, Doug. "Letter from the Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 6.

Bamberg, Betty. "Alternative Models of First-Year Composition: Possibilities and Problems." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 7-18.

Graham, Margaret Baker, Elizabeth Birmingham, and Mark Zachry. "Reinventing First-Year Composition at the First Land-Grant University: A Cautionary Tale." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 19-30.

Kearns, Judith; Brian Turner. "Negotiated Independence: How a Canadian Writing Program Became a Centre." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 31-43.

Chase, Geoffrey. "Redefining Composition, Managing Change, and the Role of the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 46-54.

Gradin, Sherrie. "What Happens to the Writing Program Administrator When the Writing Requirements Go Away?" WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 55-66.

McLeod, Susan H. "WAC at Century's End: Haunted by the Ghost of Fred Newton Scott." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 67-73.

Cogie, Jane. "Theory Made Visible: How Tutoring May Affect Development of Student-Centered Teachers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 76-84.

Bloom, Lynn Z. "Bloom's Laws." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 85-87.

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WPA 21.2-3 (Spring 1998)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (Fall/Winter 1998)

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Gunner, Jeanne. "Letter from the Guest Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1997): 7-8.

Meeks, Lynn, and Christine Hult. "A Co-Mentoring Model of Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 9-22.

Aronson, Anne, and Craig Hansen. "Doubling Our Chances: Co-Directing a Writing Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 23-32.

Keller, Katherine L., Jennie Lee, Ben W.McClelland, and Brenda Robertson. "Reconstituting Authority: Four Perspectives on a Team Approach to Writing Program Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 33-51.

Harrington, Susanmarie, Steve Fox, and Tere Molinder Hogue. "Power, Partnership, and Negotiations: The Limits of Collaboration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 52-64.

Schell, Eileen E. "Who's the Boss?: The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Collaborative Administration for Untenured WPAs." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 65-80.

Quiroz, Sharon. "Collaborating at the ECB [English Composition Board]: A Reflection." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 81-91.

Smoke, Trudy. "Collaborating with Power: Contradictions of Working as a WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 92-100.

Fitzgerald, Sallyanne H. "Pleasure and Pain: Faculty and Administrators in a Shared Governance Environment." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 101-105.

Anson, Chris M., and Carol Rutz. "Graduate Students, Writing Programs, and Consensus-Based Management: Collaboration in the Face of Disciplinary Ideology." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 106-120.

Peters, Bradley. "Enculturation, not Alchemy: Professionalizing Novice Writing Program Administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 121-136.

Blakemore, Peter. "An Intentionally Ecological Approach to Teacher Training." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 137-149.

Recchio, Tom. "WPA as Conversation." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 150-161.

Spellmeyer, Kurt. "Marginal Prospects." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 162-182.

Martin, Eric. "The WPA Annual Bibliography of Writing Textbooks." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.2-3 (1998): 188-214.

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WPA 22.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1998)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1998)

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Leverenz, Carrie Shively, and Amy Goodburn. "Professionalizing TA Training: Commitment to Teaching or Rhetorical Response to Market Crisis?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.1-2 (1998): 9-32.

Rose, Shirley K., and Margaret J. Finders. "Learning from Experience: Using Situated Performances in Writing Teacher Development." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.1-2 (1998): 33-52.

Harrington, Susanmarie. "New Visions of Authority in Placement Test Rating." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.1-2 (1998): 53-84.

Council of Writing Program Administrators. "Evaluating the Intellectual Work of Writing Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.1-2 (1998): 85-104.

Backmatter

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WPA 22.3 (Spring 1999)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.3 (Spring 1999)

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Trimbur, John. "The Problem of Freshman English (Only): Towards Programs of Study in Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.3 (1998): 9-30.

Gunner, Jeanne. "Identity and Location: A Study of WPA Models, Memberships, and Agendas." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.3 (1998): 31-54.

Bruffee, Kenneth. "Thoughts of a Fly on the Wall." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.3 (1998): 55-64.

Ebest, Sally Barr. "The Next Generation of WPAs: A Study of Graduate Students in Composition/Rhetoric." WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.3 (1998): 65-84.

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WPA 23.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1999)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1999)

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Borrowman, Shane. "The Trinity of Portfolio Placement: Validity, Reliability, and Curriculum Reform." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.1-2 (1999): 7-28.

Bushman, Donald. "The WPA as Pragmatist: Recasting 'Service' as 'Human Science.'"WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.1-2 (1999): 29-44.

Cain, Mary Ann, and George Kalamaras. "(Re)presenting the Work of Writing Program Administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.1-2 (1999): 45-58.

Council of Writing Program Administrators [with responses by Keith Rhodes; Mark Wiley; Kathleen Blake Yancey]. "The WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.1-2 (1999): 59-66.

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WPA 23.3 (Spring 2000)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (Spring 2000)

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Frontmatter (Includes 20th anniversary retrospective, with a repring of Kenneth Bruffee's 1980 "A Query to Readers")

Hindman, Jane E. "Fostering Liberatory Teaching: A Proposal for Revising Instructional Assessment Practices." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 11-31.

Coulter, Lauren Sewell. "Lean Mean Grading Machines? A Bourdieuian Reading of Novice Instructors in a Portfolio-Based Writing Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 33-49.

Rhodes, Keith. "Marketing Composition for the 21st Century."WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 51-69.

Kinkead, Joyce, and Jeanne Simpson "The Administrative Audience: A Rhetorical Problem." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 71-84.

Amorose, Thomas. "WPA Work at the Small College or University: Re-Imagining Power and Making the Small School Visible." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 85-103

Lalicker, William B. Review Essay. "Mothers, Researchers, and Mentors: Writing Program Administrators Redefining Their Professional Lives." WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 105-14.

Golson, Emily. "Reflection on the State of the Discipline: Administrative Problem-Solving and Good Intentions." Review of Good Intentions by Nancy Maloney Grimm and Administrative Problem-Solving for Writing Programs and Writing Centers edited by Linda Myers-Breslin. WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 115-20.

Harris, Joseph. "Unmanaged Care." Review of Know and Tell by David Bleich and The Mythology of Voice by Darsie Bowden. WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 121-26.

Rutz, Carol. "Objectivist and Constructivist Knowledge." Review of Ways of Thinking, Ways of Teaching by George Hillocks, Jr. WPA: Writing Program Administration 23.3 (2000): 127-29.

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WPA 24.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2000)

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Cover

Frontmatter

A Letter from the Editors
Marguerite Helmers and Dennis Lynch

Rhetorical Agency: Seeing the Ethics of It All
Carmer Werder

Constructing Composition: Reproduction and WPA Agency in Textbook Publishing
Libby Miles

More Than Meets the Eye: Teaching Portfolios as Sites of Institutional and Disciplinary Inquiry
Camille Newton and Ellen Schendel

Reviews

Suzanne Bordelon
Michelle Hall Kells and Valerie Balester, eds, Attending to the Margins: Writing, Researching, and Teaching on the Front Lines
Susan Gardner and Toby Fulwiler, eds. The Journal Book: For Teachers of At-Risk College Writers

Lisa J. McClure
Stephen M. North, et al. Refiguring the Ph.D. in English Studies: Writing, Doctoral Education, and the Fusion-Based Curriculum

Peter Sands
Sibylle Gruber, ed. Weaving a Virtual Web: Practical Approaches to New Information Technology

Announcements and Calls for Papers

Contributors

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WPA 24.3 (Spring 2001)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (Spring 2001)

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Helmer, Marguerite, Dennis Lynch, and David Blakesley. "Letter from the Editors: On Economy." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 7-9.

Malenczyk, Rita. "Fighting Across the Curriculum: The WPA Joins the AAUP." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 11-24.

Miller, Richard E. "From Intellectual Wasteland to Resource-Rich Colony: Capitalizing on the Role of Writing Instruction in Higher Education." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 25-40.

Miller, Thomas P. "Why Don’t Our Graduate Programs Do a Better Job of Preparing Students for the Work That We Do?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 41-58.

Balester, Valerie, and James C. McDonald. "A View of Status and Working Conditions: Relations Between Writing Program and Writing Center Directors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 59-82.

Schuster, Charles. "Confessions of an Associate Dean." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 83-99.

Gillam, Alice. "From Advanced Composition Courses to Advanced Writing Curriculum: The Difference between Lightning Bugs and Lightning." Review of Coming of Age: The Advanced Writing Curriculum by Linda K. Shamoon et al. WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 99-102.

Schlacks, Deborah Davis. "What's Personal." Review of Writing and Healing: Toward an Informed Practice by Charles M. Anderson, et al.; and Persons in Process: Four Stories of Writing and Personal Development by Anne J. Herringtton et al." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 103-108.

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WPA 25.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2001)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2001)

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Boehm, Diane; Eric Gardner; Deborah Huntley; Andrew Swihart; Gary M. Lange. "Teachers in the (Writing) Center." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.1-2 (2001): 9-23.

Hocks, Mary E. "Using Multimedia to Teach Communication Across the Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.1-2 (2001): 24-43.

Raymond, Richard C. "Shaping Consensus from Difference: Administering Writing Programs in Departments of Writing and English." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.1-2 (2001): 45-58.

Williams, Jessica; Jacqueline Evans. "How Useful are Handbooks for Second Language Writers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.1-2 (2001): 59-76.

Scholl, Carlann Fox. "Review. Worlds Apart: Acting and Writing in Academic and Workplace Contexts by Patrick Dias et al." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.1-2 (2001): 77-80.

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WPA 25.3 (Spring 2002)

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A Letter from the Editors
Marguerite Helmers, Dennis Lynch, and David Blakesley

Blakesley, David. "Directed Self-Placement in the University." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.3 (2002): 9-39.

Nicolay, Theresa Freda. "Placement and Instruction in Context: Situating Writing Within a First-Year Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.3 (2002): 41-59.

Grabill, Jeffrey T.; Lynée Lewis Gaillet. "Writing Program Design in the Metropolitan University: Toward Constructing Community Partnerships." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.3 (2002): 61-78.

Mirtz, Ruth; Keith Rhodes, Susan Taylor,and Kim van Alkemade. "The Power of "De-positioning": Narrative Strategies in Stories of Stopping." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.3 (2002): 79-96.

Stevens, Scott. "Review Essay. Starting over with Basic Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 25.3 (2002): 97-104.

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WPA 26.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2002)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2002)

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Helmer, Marguerite, Dennis Lynch, and David Blakesley. "Letter from the Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 24.3 (2001): 8-9.

O’Neill, Peggy; Ellen Schendel; Brian Huot. "Defining Assessment as Research: Moving from Obligations to Opportunities." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 10-26.

Ebest, Sally Barr. "When Graduate Students Resist." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 27-43.

Blattner, Nancy; Jane Frick. "Seizing the Initiative: The Missouri Model for Dual-Credit Composition Courses." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 44-56.

Bloom, Lynn Z. "Are We Having Fun Yet? Necessity, Creativity, and Writing Program Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 57-70.

White, Edward M. "Dangerous Reading: The Unabomber as College Freshman." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 71-73.

Kimme Hea, Amy C. "Problematics, Risks, and Interrogations: Retheorizing Personal Writing." Review of Personal Effects by Deborah Holdstein and David Bleich." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 74-76.

Gorrell, Donna. "Help for Professionals." Review of The Work of Writing by Elizabeth Rankin." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 77-79.

Hennessy, Michael. "Two Handbooks for a Maturing Profession." Review of The Allyn and Bacon Sourcebook for Writing Program Administrators. edited by Irene Ward and William J. Carpenter and Preparing College Teachers of Writing: Histories, Theories, Programs, Practices edited by Betty Pytlik and Sarah Liggett. WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 80-85.

Pennell, Michael. "Portrait of a Writing Program." Review of Writing and Revising the Disciplines by Jonathan Monroe." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 86-88.

Kerschbaum, Stephanie. "Situating the Public and Personal in Student Writing." Review of Public Works: Student Writing as Public Text edited by Emily J. Isaacs and Phoebe Jackson and I-Writing: The Politics and Practice of Teaching First-Person Writing by Karen Surman Paley. WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.1-2 (2002): 89-93.

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WPA 26.3 (Spring 2003)

Contents of Writing Program Administration 26.3 (Spring 2003)

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Farris, Christine. "Introduction: Changing the First-Year Writing Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 7-9.

Reid, E. Shelley. "A Changing for the Better: Curriculum Revision as Reflective Practice in Teaching and Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 10-27.

Royer, Diana, Moira Amado Miller, Meredith A. Love, Jennie Dautermann, Mary Jean Corbett, Rhoda Cairns, and Parag K. Budhecha. "Revisiting College Composition within a Local 'Culture of Writing'." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 28-48.

Himley, Margaret. "Writing Programs and Pedagogies in a Globalized Landscape." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 49-66.

Rodgers Comfort, Juanita, Karen Fitts, William B. Lalicker, Chris Teutsch, and Victoria Tischio. "Beyond First-Year Composition: Not Your Grandmother’s General Education Composition Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 67-86.

Dew, Debra Frank. "Language Matters: Rhetoric and Writing I as Content Course." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 87-104.

Moon, Gretchen Flesher. "First-Year Writing in First-Year Seminars: Writing across the Curriculum from the Start." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 105-118.

Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Heidi Estrem. "Rethinking Research Writing: Public Literacy in the Composition Classroom." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 119-132.

Brady, Laura. "Distance Education and the First-Year Writing Curriculum." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 132-148.

Lynch, Dennis A., and Anne Frances Wysocki. "From First-Year Composition to Second-Year Multiliteracies: Integrating Instruction in Oral, Written, and Visual Communication at a Technological University." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 149-171.

Duffey, Suellynn. "Remembering a Past--Revising the Present. Review of Visions and Revisions ed. James D. Williams." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 171-172.

Pauliny, Tara. "New Directions/Critical Reflections: The Past, Present, and Future of Writing Center Research. Review of Writing Center Research by Paula Gillespie, et al." WPA: Writing Program Administration 26.3 (2003): 173-174.

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WPA 27.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2003)

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

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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.

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WPA 27.3 (Spring 2004)

Contents of Writing Program Administration 27.3 (Spring 2004)

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Lynch, Dennis, and David Blakesley. "Letter from the Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 6.

Schneider, Barbara, and Richard Marback. "Judging WPAs by What They Say They Do: An Argument for Revising “Evaluating the Intellectual Work of Writing Administration." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 7-22.

Malenczyk, Rita. "Doin' the Managerial Exclusion: What WPAs Might Need to Know about Collective Bargaining." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 23-33.

Stephens, Patricia A. "A Move toward “Academic Citizenship”: Reading Emotion in the Narrative Structures of Part-Time Faculty." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 35-51.

Emerson, Lisa. "The WAC Matrix: Institutional Requirements for Nurturing a Team-Based WAC Program." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 53-68.

Jurecic, Ann. "Writing Beyond the Headline: Building a Writing Program at Princeton." WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 69-81.

Ianetta, Melissa, and Dana Oswald. Rev. of The Center Will Hold: Critical Perspectives in Writing Center Scholarship by Michael A. Pemberton and Joyce Kinkead. WPA: Writing Program Administration 27.3 (2004): 83-85.

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WPA 28.1-2 (Fall 2004)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (Fall 2004)

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Glau, Greg, Barry Maid, and Duane Roen. "Letter from the Managing Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 8.

Gresham, Morgan; Kathleen Blake Yancey. "New Studio Composition: New Sites for Writing, New Forms of Composition, New Cultures of Learning." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 9-28.

Hansen, Kristine, Jennifer Gonzalez, Suzanne Reeve, Patricia Esplin, Richard Sudweeks, William S. Bradshaw, and Gary L. Hatch. "An Argument for Changing Institutional Policy on Granting AP Credit in English: An Empirical Study of College Sophomores? Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 29-54.

Bedore, Pamela, and Deborah F. Rossen-Knill. "Informed Self-Placement: Is a Choice Offered a Choice Received?." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 55-78.

Brady, Laura. "A Case for Writing Program Evaluation." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 79-94.

Spigelman, Candace. "Politics, Rhetoric, and Service-Learning." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 95-113.

Bowden, Darsie. "Small Group Instructional Diagnosis: A Method for Enhancing Writing Instruction." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.1-2 (2004): 115-135.

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WPA 28.3 (Spring 2005)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005)

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Harrington, Susanmaire. "Learning to Ride the Waves: Making Decisions about Placement Testing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005): 9-29.

Dufflemeyer, Barb Blakely. " Not Just Showing Up to Class: New TAs, Critical Composition Pedagogy, and Multiliteracies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005): 31-56.

Martin, Amy. "Plagiarism and Collaboration: Suggestions for 'Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices.'" WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005): 57-72.

Rose, Jeanne Marie." Coming of Age as a WPA: From Personal and to Personnel." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005): 73-88.

Graban, Tarez Samra, and Kathleen J. Ryan. "From 'What Is' to "What is Possible': Theorizing Curricular Document Revision as In(ter)vention and Reform." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005): 89-112.

Borrowman, Shane. " Review of (Re)Articulating Writing Assessment for Teaching and Learning." WPA: Writing Program Administration 28.3 (Spring 2005): 113-16.

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WPA 29.1-2 (Fall 2005)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (Fall 2005)

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Glau, Greg, Barry Maid, and Duane Roen. “Letter from the Managing Editors.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 8-9.

Lovitt, Carl R. "Literature Requirements in the Curricula of Writing Degrees and Concentrations: Examining a Shifting Institutional Relationship." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 11-29.

Baker, Anthony, Karen Bishop, Suellynn Duffey, Jeanne Gunner, Rich Miller, and Shelley Reid. "The Progress of Generations." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 31-57.

Eng, Joseph. "Beyond Quality Control: Writing Assessment and Adjunct Accountability at a Small Public University." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 59-79.

Lerner, Neal. "Internal Outsourcing of Academic Support: The Lessons of Supervised Study." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 81-95.

Hebb, Judith. "Reenvisioning WPAs in Small Colleges as “Writing People Advocates.'" WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 97-113.

Lisa Cahill, Lisa. "Review of The Writing Program Administrator’s Resource: A Guide to Reflective Institutional Practice." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 111-13.

Beason, Larry. "Review of What We Really Value: Beyond Rubrics in Teaching and Assessing Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.1-2 (2005): 115-18.

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WPA 29.3 (Spring 2006)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006)

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Glau, Greg, Barry Maid, and Duane Roen. "Letter from the Managing Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 8-9.

Butler, Paul. "Composition as Countermonument: Toward a New Space in Writing Classrooms and Curricula." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 11-25.

Brady, Laura. "A Greenhouse for Writing Program Change." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 27-43

Ritter, Kelly. "Extra-Institutional Agency and the Public Value of the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 45-64.

Peckham, Irvin. "Turning Placement into Practice." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 65-83.

Endres, William. "Communicative Strategies for Administrative Practices: Evaluating Weblogs, Their Benefits and Uses." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 85-106.

McLeod, Susan H.  "Review of A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 107-10.

White, Edward M. "Review of The Outcomes Book: Debate and Consensus after the WPA Outcomes Statement." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 111-13.

Wiley, Mark. "Review of Preparing to Teach Writing: Research, Theory, and Practice." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 115-19.

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WPA 30.1-2 (Fall 2006)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006)

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Glau, Greg, Barry Maid, and Duane Roen. "Letter from the Managing Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 9-10

Matsuda, Paul Kei, Maria Fruit, Tamara Lee, and Burton Lamm. "Letter from Guest Editors: Second Language Writers and Writing Program Administrators." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 11-14.

Friedrich, Patricia. "Assessing the Needs of Linguistically Diverse First-Year Students: Bringing Together and Telling Apart International ESL, Resident ESL and Monolingual Basic Writers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 15-35.

Preto-Bay, Ana Maria, and Kristine Hansen. "Preparing for the Tipping Point: Designing Writing Programs to Meet the Needs of the Changing Population." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 37-57.

Shuck, Gail. "Combating Monolingualism: A Novice Administrator’s Challenge." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 59-82.

Phillips, Talinn, Candace Stewart, and Robert D. Stewart. "Geography Lessons, Bridge-Building, and Second Language Writers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 83-100.

Mangelsdorf, Kate. "Review of Controversies in Second Language Writing: Dilemmas and Decisions in Research and Instruction." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 101-5.

Kapper, Jessie Moore. "Review of Exploring the Dynamics of Second Language Writing." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 107-10

Ortmeier-Hooper, Christina. "Review of Teaching ESL Composition: Purpose, Process, and Practice." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 111-14.

Tardy, Christine. "Review of Second Language Writing Research: Perspectives on the Process of Knowledge Construction." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 115-19.

Thonus, Terese. "Review of ESL Writers: A Guide for Writing Center Tutors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (Fall 2006): 121-25.

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WPA 30.3 (Spring 2007)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 30.3 (Spring 2007)

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Letter from the Editors

What’s Theorizing Got to Do With It? Teaching Theory as Resourceful Conflict and Reflection in TA Preparation
Michael Stancliff and Maureen Daly Goggin

Becoming the Learner: Collaborative Inquiry, Reflection, and Writing- Program Assessment
Erik Juergensmeyer and Karen P. Peirce

Writing Outreach as Community Engagement
Nicole Amare and Teresa Grettano

Standardizing a First-year Writing Program: Contested Sites of Influence
Sheila Carter-Tod

Cooltown—The Place of Intellectual Work
Jeff Rice

The Burkean Jam: Rhet/Comp, Revision and Blues, and the Universal Chorus
Marvin Diogenes

Reviews

Beyond Outcomes: Assessment and Instruction within a Writing Program
Russel K. Durst

The Writing Center Director’s Resource Book
Eliana Schonberg

Discord and Direction: The Postmodern Writing Program Administrator
Rita Malenczyk

Coming to Terms: Theorizing Writing Assessment in Composition Studies
Deb Martin

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WPA 31.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2007)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 31.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2007)

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Letter from the Editors

The Definitive Article on Class Size, Alice Horning

Reading Practices in the Writing Classroom, Linda Adler-Kassner and Heidi Estrem

Memoranda of Fragile Machinery: A Portrait of Shaughnessy as Intellectual-Bureaucrat, Mark McBeth

Understanding ‘Transfer’ from FYC: Preliminary Results of a Longitudinal Study, Elizabeth Wardle

Insiders and Outsiders: Redrawing the Boundaries of the Writing Program, Cary Moskovitz and Michael Petit

Taking Stock: Surveying the Relationship of the Writing Center and TA Training, Melissa Ianetta, Michael McCamley, and Catherine Quick

Disciplinarity and Transfer: Students’ Perceptions of Learning to Write, Linda S. Bergmann and Janet S. Zepernick

Invisible Administrators: The Possibilities and Perils of Graduate Student Administration, Anthony Edgington and Stacy Hartlage Taylor

Split at the Root: The Vulnerable Writing Program Administrator, Donna Qualley and Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater

What in God’s Name? Administering the Conflicts of Religious Belief in Writing Programs, Elizabeth Vander Lei and Lauren Fitzgerald

Mainstreaming Diversity Writing, Philip P. Marzluf

Perceived Roadblocks to Transferring Knowledge from First-Year Composition to Writing-Intensive Major Courses: A Pilot Study, Gerald Nelms and Ronda Leathers Dively

Review Essay
Anxieties of Influencers: Composition Pedagogy in the 21st Century, E. Shelley Reid

  • Changing the Way We Teach: Writing and Resistance in the Training of Teaching Assistants, by Sally Barr Ebest
  • Don’t Call It That: The Composition Practicum, edited by Sidney I. Dobrin
  • Relations, Locations, Positions: Composition Theory for Writing Teachers, edited by Peter Vandenberg, Sue Hum, and Jennifer Clary-Lemon

Review
Melissa Ianetta

The Everyday Writing Center: A Community of Practice, by Anne Ellen Geller, Michele Eodice, Frankie Condon, Meg Carroll, and Elizabeth H. Boquet

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WPA 31.3 (Spring 2008)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 31.3 (Spring 2008)

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Letter from the Managing Editors

Letter from the Editors of the Special Issue

Lest We Go the Way of Vocational Training: Developing Undergraduate Writing Programs in the Humanist Tradition, Catherine Chaput

The Persistence of Institutional Memory: Genre Uptake and Program Reform, Dylan B. Dryer

Service vs. Subject Matter: Merging First-Year Composition and First-Year Experience, Kimberly A. Costino

Competing Interpretations of ‘Textual Objects’ in an Activity System: A Study of the Requirements Document in the ___ Writing Program, John Oddo and Jamie Parmelee

The Prospects for Rhetoric in a First-Year Composition Program: Deliberative Discourse as a Vehicle for Change?, M. J. Braun

Reviews

Thomas Deans, Mandy Suhr-Sytsma, and Alisande Pipkin review College Writing and Beyond: A New Framework for University Writing Instruction by Anne Beaufort

Brad E. Lucas reviews Local Histories: Reading the Archives of Composition edited by Patricia Donahue and Gretchen Flesher Moon

Duane Roen reviews Engaged Writers and Dynamic Disciplines: Research on the Academic Writing Life by Chris Thaiss and Terry Myers Zawacki

Bruce Horner reviews Teaching Writing with Latino/a Students: Lessons Learned at Hispanic-Serving Institutions edited by Cristina Kirklighter, Diana Cárdenas, and Susan Wolff Murphy

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WPA 32.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2008)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 32.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2008)

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Letter from the Editors

The Intelligent Design of Writing Programs: Reliance on Belief or a Future of Evidence, Chris Anson

Remediating Writing Program Administration, Carrie Leverenz

Self-Placement at a Distance: Challenge and Opportunities, Ed Jones

Predicting Success: Increasing Retention and Pass Rates in College Composition, Beth Brunk-Chavez and Elaine Fredericksen

From Incomes to Outcomes: FYW Students’ Prior Genre Knowledge, Meta-Cognition, and the Question of Transfer, Angela Rounsaville, Rachel Goldberg, and Anis Bawarshi

What WPAs Need to Know to Prepare New Teachers to Work with Adult Students, Michelle Navarre Cleary

Testing In and Testing Out, Edward M. White

Reviews

Dara Rossman Regaignon reviews Women and Literacy: Local and Global Inquiries for a New Century by Beth Daniell and Peter Mortensen

Kathleen J. Ryan reviews Girls, Feminism, and Grassroots Literacies: Activism in the GirlZone by Mary P. Sheridan-Rabideau

William DeGenaro reviews Rural Literacies by Kim Donehower, Charlotte Hogg, and Eileen E. Schell.

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WPA 32.3 (Spring 2009)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 32.3 (Spring 2009)

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Letter from the Editors

Consortia as Sites of Inquiry: Steps Toward a National Portrait of Writing Program Administration
Jill Gladstein, Lisa Lebduska, and Dara Rossman Regaignon

Fellowship for the Ring: A Defense of Critical Administration  in the Corporate University
Kelly Kinney

Examining the Presence of Advocacy and Commercial Websites in Research Essays of First-Year Composition Students
Randall McClure

Praxis and Allies: The WPA Board Game
Tom Sura, Jaclyn M. Wells, Megan Schoen, Cristyn Elder, and Dana Lynn Driscoll

Composing in a Digital World: The Transition of a Writing Program and Its Faculty
Pamela Takayoshi and Brian Huot

Writing Program Administration at the Two-Year College: Ghosts in the Machine
Tim Taylor

Review

Greene, Nicole Pepinster, and Patricia J. McAlexander, eds. Basic Writing in America: The History of Nine College Programs
Susan Naomi Bernstein

Review

Adler-Kassner, Linda. The Activist WPA: Changing Stories about Writing and Writers
Doug Downs

Review

Of Queen Bees and Queendoms: Fairy Tales, Resilience, and Women’s Ways of Making It in Rhetoric and Composition, Ballif, Michelle, Diane Davis, and Roxanne Mountford. Women’s Ways of Making It in Rhetoric and Composition
Kelly Kinney

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WPA 33.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2009)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 33.1.2 (Fall/Winter 2009)

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From the Editors

“Exploring Options for Students at the Boundaries of the “At-Risk” Designation”
Stuart Blythe, Rachelle Darabi, Barbara Simon Kirkwood, and William Baden

“What Do WPAs Need to Know about Writing Assessment? An Immodest Proposal”
Chris W. Gallagher

"Pedagogical Memory: Writing, Mapping, Translating”
Susan C. Jarratt, Katherine Mack, Alexandra Sartor, and Shevaun E. Watson

"Reformist Possibilities? Exploring Writing Program Cross-Campus Partnerships"
Marie Paretti, Lisa McNair, Kelly Belanger, and Diana George

“Twenty More Years in the WPA’s Progress”
Jonikka Charlton and Shirley K Rose

Reviews 

Before Shaughnessy: Basic Writing at Yale and Harvard, 1920–1960 by Kelly Ritter
Gregory R. Glau

“Power, Fear, and the Life of the Junior WPA: Directions for New Conversations" Untenured Faculty as Writing Program Administrators: Institutional Practices and Politics edited by Debra Frank Dew and Alice Horning | The Promise and Perils of Writing Program Administration edited by Theresa Enos and Shane Borrowman |
Susan Meyers

“A Symposium on Diversity and the Intellectual Work of WPAs”

“Literacy and Diversity: A Provocation”
Jonathan Alexander

“Embracing Linguistic Diversity in the Intellectual Work of WPAs"
Paul Kei Matsuda

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WPA 33.3 (Spring 2010)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 33.3 (Spring 2010)

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Letter from the Editors

On Custom: Revisiting the Relationship between Publishers and WPAs
Barclay Barrios

First Steps Beyond First Year: Coaching Transfer After FYC
Dan Fraizer

You Are What You Sell: Branding the Way to Composition's Better Future
Keith Rhodes

First-Year College Writing and the AP English Language Exam: How a High School/College Partnership Affected Exam Performance
James Warren

Hieroglyphic World: A Review of Five Background Readers for Novice Writing Teachers
Richard Haswell

Review

The Scholarship of Plagiarism: Where We've Been, Where We Are, What's Needed Next
Rebecca Moore Howard and Missy Watson

WPAs Respond to "A Symposium on Diversity and the Intellectual Work of WPAs"

  • Who Are We? What Do We Want to Become? A Response to Jonathan Alexander
    Jacqueline Rhodes
  • (Un)Standard Deviations: Observing Diversity / Enabling Divergence
    Mark McBeth
  • Engaging with Assessment Technologies: Responding to Valuing Diversity as a WPA
    Asao B. Inoue
  • The Woman Question in WPA Work
    Melissa Nicolas

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WPA 34.1 (Fall/Winter 2010)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 34.1 (Fall/Winter 2010)

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Letter from the Editors

Assess Locally, Validate Globally: Heuristics for Validating Local Writing Assessments
Chris W. Gallagher

Toward Rhetorical Source Use: Three Student Journeys         
Cynthia R. Haller

Undaunted, Self-Critical, and Resentful: Investigating Faculty Attitudes Toward Teaching Writing in a Large University Writing-Intensive Course Program        
Lori Salem and Peter Jones

Introducing “The CWPA Mentoring Project” and Survey Report 
Sheldon Walcher, Joseph Janangelo, and Duane Roen

Notes on Comp: When “WPA” Work Hints at Suspicion        
Joseph Janangelo

WPAs in Dialogue

Response to Keith Rhodes’s “You Are What You Sell: Branding the Way to Composition’s Better Future”
Linda Adler-Kassner

An Agreeable Response to Linda Adler-Kassner
Keith Rhodes

A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality

Larry Beason, “Fostering Quality through Sense of Place”
Beth Brunk-Chavez, “Embracing Our Expertise through Faculty and Instructional Development”
Diana Ashe, “Fostering Cultures of Great Teaching”
Clyde Moneyhun, “Performance Evaluation as Faculty Development”

Review Essays

The Promises and Perils of Writing Partnerships
Lorelei Blackburn and Ellen Cushman

  • Goldblatt, Eli. Because We Live Here: Sponsoring Literacy beyond the College Curriculum
  • Grabill, Jeffrey T. Writing Community Change: Designing Technologies for Citizen Action
  • Long, Elenore. Community Literacy and the Rhetoric of Local Publics
  • Mathieu, Paula. Tactics of Hope: The Public Turn in English Composition
  • Parks, Stephen. Gravyland: Writing beyond the Curriculum in the City of Brotherly Love

As Writing Professionalizes, Asking What, How, and Why
Douglas Hesse

  • Giberson, Gregory A. and Thomas A. Moriarty, eds. What We Are Becoming: Developments in Undergraduate Writing Majors.
  • McGurl, Mark. The Program Era: Postwar Fiction and the Rise of Creative Writing.
  • Menand, Louis. The Marketplace of Ideas: Reform and Resistance in the American University.
  • Scott, Tony. Dangerous Writing: Understanding the Political Economy of Composition.
  • Strickland, Donna, and Jeanne Gunner, eds. The Writing Program Interrupted: Making Space for Critical Discourse.
  • Vilardi, Teresa and Mary Chang, eds. Writing-Based Teaching: Essential Practices and Enduring Questions.

Conflicted Brokers: The Local, Historical, and Political of Basic Writing
Kelly Ritter

  • Carter, Shannon. The Way Literacy Lives: Rhetorical Dexterity in Basic Writing Instruction.
  • Mlynarczyk, Rebecca and George Otte. Basic Writing.
  • Stanley, Jane. The Rhetoric of Remediation: Negotiating Entitlement and Access in Higher Education. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 2009.

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WPA 34.2 (Spring 2011)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 34.2 (Spring 2011)

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Letter from the Editors

Addressing Instructor Ambivalence about Peer Review and Self-Assessment
Pamela Bedore and Brian O’Sullivan

Troubling the Boundaries: (De)Constructing WPA Identities at the Intersections of Race and Gender     
Collin Lamont Craig and Staci Maree Perryman-Clark

Lessons about Writing to Learn from a University-High School Partnership
Bradley Peters

Cohorts, Grading, and Ethos: Listening to TAs Enhances Teacher Preparation
Amy Rupiper Taggart and Margaret Lowry

WPAs Respond to “A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality”

Response to “A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality”
Sue Doe

Fostering Teacher Quality through Cultures of Professionalism
Claire Coleman Lamonica

Response to “A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality”
Mike Palmquist

Crabgrass and Gumbo: Interviews with 2011 WPA Conference Local Hosts about the Place of Writing Programs at their Home Institutions
Shirley K Rose, Irwin Peckham, and James C. McDonald

Review Essays

What Is Real College Writing? Let the Disagreement Never End
Peter Elbow

  • Sullivan, Patrick, and Howard Tinberg. What Is “College-Level” Writing?
  • Sullivan, Patrick, Howard Tinberg, and Sheridan Blau. What Is “College-Level” Writing? Volume 2: Assignments, Readings, and Student Writing Samples.

Reinventing Writing Assessment: How the Conversation Is Shifting
William Condon

  • Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Peggy O’Neill. Reframing Writing Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning.
  • Broad, Bob, Linda Adler-Kassner, Barry Alford, Jane Detweiler, Heide Estrem, Susanmarie Harrington, Maureen McBride, Eric Stalions, and Scott
  • Weeden. Organic Writing Assessment: Dynamic Criteria Mapping in Action.
  • Elliott, Norbert. On a Scale: A Social History of Writing Assessment in America.
  • Ericsson, Patricia Freitag, and Richard Haswell. Machine Scoring of Student Essays: Truth and Consequences.
  • Huot, Brian and Peggy O’Neill, eds. Assessing Writing: A Critical Sourcebook.
  • Huot, Brian. (Re)Articulating Writing Assessment for Teaching and Learning.
  • Lynne, Patricia. Coming To Terms: A Theory of Writing Assessment.
  • Neal, Michael R. Writing Assessment and the Revolution in Digital Texts and Technologies.
  • O’Neill, Peggy, Cindy Moore, and Brian Huot. A Guide to College Writing Assessment.
  • Paretti, Marie C. and Katrina M. Powell, eds. Assessment of Writing.
  • Weigle, Sara Cushing. Assessing Writing.
  • Wilson, Maja. Rethinking Rubrics in Writing Assessment.
  • Wolcott, Willa, with Sue M. Legg. An Overview of Writing Assessment: Theory, Research, and Practice.

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WPA 35.1 (Fall/Winter 2011)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 35.1 (Fall/Winter 2011)

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Letter from the Editors

Are We Having the Effect We Want? Implementing Outcomes Assessment in an Academic English Language-Support Unit Using a Multi-component Approach
Li-Shih Huang

Credentialing College Writing Teachers: WPAs and Labor Reform
Steve Lamos

For Slow Agency
Laura R. Micciche

Improving the Placement of L2 Writers: The Students’ Perspective
Todd Ruecker

Writing Programs Without Administrators: Frameworks for Successful Writing Programs in the Two-Year College
Carolyn Calhoon-Dillahunt

Research and Policy: Antithetical or Complementary?
Barbara Cambridge

A Symposium on Mentoring the Work of WPAs
Reflections on Year One as an Almost-WPA
Joyce Olewski Inman

Snapshot of a Tenure Decision
Kathryn Johnson Gindlesparger

The Pleasures and Perils of Being First
Darci L. Thoune

Hit the Ground Listening: An Ethnographic Approach to New WPA Learning
Collie Fulford

Boss of Me: When the Former Adjunct Runs the Writing Shop
Tim McCormack

Response to Peter Elbow’s Review of What Is College-Level Writing? Volumes 1 and 2
Kelly Ritter

Response to Kelly Ritter
Peter Elbow

Review Essays

Ecology and Concepts of Technology
Sidney I. Dobrin

  • Baron, Dennis. A Better Pencil: Readers, Writers, and the Digital Revolution. New York: Oxford UP, 2009. Print. 280 pages.
  • Blair, Kristine, Radhika Gajjalaand, and Christine Tulley. Webbing Cyberfeminist Practice: Communities, Pedagogies, and Social Action. Cresskill: Hampton Press, 2008. Print. 401 pages.
  • DeVoss, Dànielle Nicole, Heidi A. McKee, and Richard (Dickie) Selfe, eds. Technological Ecologies and Sustainability. Computers and Composition Digital Press. 2009. http://ccdigitalpress.org/tes/
  • Selber, Stuart, ed. Rhetorics and Technologies: New Directions in Writing and Communication. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2010. Print. 232 pages.

Second Language Writers in College Composition Programs: Toward Awareness, Knowledge and Action
Tanita Saenkhum and Paul Kei Matsuda

  • Ferris, Dana R. Teaching College Writing to Diverse Student Populations. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan P, 2009. 169 pages.
  • Leki, Ilona. Undergraduates in a Second Language: Challenges and Complexities of Academic Literacy Development. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007. 332 pages.
  • Roberge, Mark, Meryl Siegal, and Linda Harklau. Generation 1.5 in College Composition: Teaching Academic Writing to U.S.-Educated Learners of ESL. New York: Routledge, 2009. 288 pages.

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WPA 35.2 (Spring 2012)

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Pausing in the Whirlwind: A Campus Place-Based Curriculum in a Multimodal Foundation Communication Course
Barbara J. Blakely and Susan B. Pagnac

Cultivating Sensibility in Writing Program Administration
Matthew Heard

Writing Placement That Supports Teaching and Learning
Emily Isaacs and Catherine Keohane

Just Comp
Don J. Kraemer

Professional Identity in a Contingent-Labor Profession: Expertise, Autonomy, Community in Composition Teaching
Ann M. Penrose

Uncommon Conversations: How Nearly Three Decades of Paying Attention Allows One WAC/WID Program to Thrive
Martha A. Townsend, Martha D. Patton, and Jo Ann Vogt

On the Crossroads and at the Heart: A Conversation with the 2012 WPA Summer Conference Local Host about the Place of the Writing Program at the University of New Mexico
Shirley K Rose and Chuck Paine

WPA Symposium Response

Composition, Commonplaces, and Who Cares?
Melissa Ianetta

Kitchen Cooks, Plate Twirlers, and Posers; or, the I's Have It
Rita Malenczyk

Response Essay

Different Paths to the Same Goal: A Response to Barbara Cambridge
Randall McClure and Dayna V. Goldstein

Review Essay

Enhancing Learning and Thinking in Higher Education
Sherry Rankins-Robertson, Tiffany Bourelle, and Duane Roen

  • Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Peggy O'Neill. Reframing Writing Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning. Logan: Utah State UP, 2010. 180 pages.
  • Arum, Richard, and Josipa Roksa. Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2011. 259 pages.
  • Hacker, Andrew, and Claudia Dreifus. Higher Education? How Colleges are Wasting Our Money and Failing Our Kids—And What We Can Do about It. New York: Times Books, 2010. 271 pages.
  • Peckham, Irvin. Going North Thinking West: The Intersections of Social Class, Critical Thinking, and Politicized Writing Instruction. Logan: Utah State UP, 2011. 180 pages.
  • Scott, Tony. Dangerous Writing: Understanding the Political Economy of Composition. Logan: Utah State UP, 2009. 216 pages.

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WPA 36.1 (Fall 2012)

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"Recognizing Acts of Reading: Creating Reading Outcomes and Assessments for Writing"
Holly Middleton

"The Effects of Writing Pedagogy Education on Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Approaches to Teaching Composition"
E. Shelley Reid and Heidi Estrem, with Marcia Belcheir

"Thinking Ecologically: Rhetorical Ecological Feminist Agency and Writing Program Administration"
Kathleen J. Ryan

"The Problem of Graduate-Level Writing Support: Building a Cross-Campus Graduate Writing Initiative”
Steve Simpson

"The Companies We Keep or The Companies We Would Like to Try to Keep: Strategies and Tactics in Challenging Times”
Linda Adler-Kassner

"Let’s Face It: Language Issues and the Writing Program Administrator"
Paul Kei Matsuda

"Serving Those Who Have Served: Preparing for Student Veterans in our Writing Programs, Classes and Writing Centers”
Marilyn J. Valentino

"The Visual and Beyond: A Symposium on Rereading, Revising or Perhaps "Hacking the Source Code” of the CWPA Outcomes Statement”

"The Matters of Key Knowledge Domains and Transfer of Learning in the Outcomes Statement”
Anne Beaufort

"Genre Knowledge, Reading, and Faculty Development”
Barbara Little Liu

"Reading to Write and the Economy of Attention”
Deborah Mutnick

"Reading Matters: Thoughts on Revising the CWPA Outcomes Statement”
Cynthia R. Haller

"Engaging Queerness and Contact Zones, Reimagining Writing Difference”
Martha Marinara

"Queering Outcomes: Hacking the Source Code of the WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition”
William P. Banks

Reviews

"The WPA Outcomes Statement—Ten Years Later”
Reviewed by Shane Borrowman

"Making Our Brains”
Anne Ruggles Gere

"'Taking Care of’ Writing”
David Schwalm

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WPA 36.2 (Spring 2013)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 36.2 (Spring 2013)

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"The Preceptor Problem: The Effect of 'Undisciplined Writing' on Disciplined Instructors"
Faye Halpern

"Students in the First-Year ESL Writing Program: Revisiting the Notion of 'Traditional' ESL'"
Elena Lawrick

"'We Don’t Need Any More Brochures': Rethinking Deliverables in Service-Learning Curricula"
Kendall Leon and Thomas Sura

"Using Systems Thinking to Transform Writing Programs"
Dan Melzer

"Students’ Rights and the Ethics of Celebration"
Mark Mullen

"Negotiating Expertise: A Pedagogical Framework for Cross-curricular Literacy Work"
Sandra L. Tarabochia

"Low Country Boil with Peanuts: Interview with Michael Pemberton and Janice Walker"
Shirley K Rose

Reviews

"Review Essay: A Word for Peter"
Chris M. Anson

  • Elbow, Peter. Vernacular Eloquence: What Speech Can Bring to Writing

Review Essay: "Feminist WPA Work: Beyond Oxymorons"
Laura R. Micciche and Donna Strickland

  • Ratcliffe, Krista, and Rebecca Rickly, eds. Performing Feminism and Administration in Rhetoric and Composition Studies

"Review Essay: To Catch Lightning in a Bottle: Quests for Responsible Writing Assessment and for Definition of Our Discipline"
Chris Thaiss

  • Elliot, Norbert and Les Perelman, eds. Writing Assessment in the 21st Century: Essays in Honor of Edward M. White.
  • Massey, Lance and Richard C. Gebhardt, eds. The Changing of Knowledge in Composition: Contemporary Perspectives.

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WPA 37.1 (Fall 2013)

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WPAs, Writing Programs and the Common Reading Experience
Brad Benz, Denise Comer, Erik Juergensmeyer, and Margaret Lowry

The Research Paper and Why We Should Still Care
Douglass Brent

When the Writing Requirements Went Away: An Institutional Case Study of Twenty Years of Decentralization/Abolition
Duncan Carter, Christie Toth, and Hildy Miller

Taking the Long View: Investigating the History of a Writing Program’s Teacher Evaluation System
Laura J. Davies

WPA as Tempered Radical: Lessons from Occupy Wall Street
Casie Fedukovich

Magic, Agency and Power: Mapping Embodied Leadership Roles
Tina S.Kazan and Catherine Gabor

Creating Accessible Spaces for ESL Students Online
Fernando Sánchez

A Queer Eye for the WPA
Harry Denny

Queering the Writing Program: Why Now? How? And Other Contentious Questions
Karen Kopelson

WPAs in Dialogue

Response to Faye Halpern’s “The Preceptor Problem: The Effect of ‘Undisciplined Writing’ on Disciplined Instructors”
Andrea Scott

Response to Andrea Scott
Faye Halpern

Review Essays

In the Internet Age, Who Needs Textbooks?
Richard Colby

  • Moxley, Joseph, ed. Writing Commons: The Home for Writers Rhetoric and Composition WikiBook

Multimodality in Local and Disciplinary Praxes
Randall W. Monty

  • Bowen, Tracey, and Carl Whithaus. Multimodal Literacies and Emerging Genres
  • Miller, Suzanne M., and Mary B.McVee. Multimodal Composing in Classrooms: Learning and Teaching in the Digital World
  • Rowsell, Jennifer.Working with Multimodality: Rethinking Literacy in a Digital Age

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WPA 37.2 (Spring 2014)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 37.2 (Spring 2014)

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From the New Editors: Dear WPA Readers

Strengthening Graduate Student Preparation for WPA Work
Cristyn L. Elder, Megan Schoen, and Ryan Skinnell

A Bird's Eye View of Writing Centers: Institutional Infrastructure, Scope and Programmatic Issues, Reported Practices
Emily Isaacs and Melinda Knight

Writing Program Assessment and the Mission-Driven Institution
Kristine Johnson

To See What's Real and Sell It: The New Rhetoric, Writing in the Disciplines, and Value Judgments
Don J. Kraemer

Feminism, Mindfulness and the Small University jWPA
Christy Wenger

Flat and Fertile: A Conversation About the Writing Program at Illinois State University
Shirley K Rose and Joyce Walker

Review Essays

"All Things to All People": The Expanding Role of Writing Centers
Rebecca Lorimer Leonard and David Stock

  • Babcock, Rebecca Day, and Terese Thonus. Researching the Writing Center: Towards an Evidence-Based Practice
  • Geller, Anne Ellen, and Michele Eodice, eds. Working with Faculty Writers
  • Grutsch McKinney, Jackie. Peripheral Visions for Writing Centers
  • Lee, Sohui, and Russell Carpenter, eds. The Routledge Reader on Writing Centers & New Media

CWPA Postion Statement on Pre-College Credit for Writing
Kristine Hansen, Jeffrey Andelora, Heidi Estrem, Clint Gardner, Joe Janangelo, and Susan Miller-Cochran

Contributors

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WPA 38.1 (Fall 2014)

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People of Color Caucus Statement

Social Contexts of Writing Assessment: Toward an Ecological Construct of the Rater
Dylan B. Dryer and Irvin Peckham

Thinking Liminally: Exploring the (com)Promising Positions of the Liminal WPA
Talinn Phillips, Paul Shovlin, and Megan Titus

Understanding Why Linked Courses Can Succeed with Students but Fail with Institutions
Ann C. Dean

Relentless Engagement with State Educational Policy Reform: Collaborating to Change the Writing Placement Conversation
Heidi Estrem, Dawn Shepherd, and Lloyd Duman

Revising FYC Outcomes for a Multimodal, Digitally Composed World: The WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition (Version 3.0)
Dylan B. Dryer, Darsie Bowden, Beth Brunk-Chavez, Susanmarie Harrington, Bump Halbritter, and Kathleen Blake Yancey For the WPA Outcomes Statement Revision Task Force

WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition

Review Essay

Writing in Digital Environments: Everything Old Is New Again
Norbert Elliot

  • Alexander, Jonathan, and Jacqueline Rhodes. On Multimodality: New Media in Composition Studies
  • Barton, David, and Carmen Lee. Language Online: Investigating Digital Texts and Practices
  • Berry, Patrick W., Gail E. Hawisher, and Cynthia L. Selfe. Transnational Literate Lives in Digital Times
  • Borrowman, Shane, ed. On the Blunt Edge: Technology in Composition's History and Pedagogy
  • Braun, Catherine C. Cultivating Ecologies for Digital Media Work: The Case of English Studies
  • Delagrange, Susan H. Technologies of Wonder: Rhetorical Practice in a Digital World
  • Halbritter, Bump. Mics, Cameras, Symbolic Action: Audio-Visual Rhetoric for Writing Teachers
  • Journet, Debra, Cheryl Ball, and Ryan Trauman, eds. The New Work of Composing
  • McKee, Heidi A., and Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, eds. Digital Writing Assessment and Evaluation
  • National Writing Project (Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, and Troy Hicks). Because Digital Writing Matters: Improving Student Writing in Online and Multimedia Environments

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WPA 38.2 (Spring 2015)

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Letter from the Book Review Editors

"Singing Wonderfully": Remembering the Scholarship of Linda Bergmann
Lauren Fitzgerald, Rita Malenczyk, and Kelly Ritter

Disabling Writing Program Administration
Amy Vidali

How Do Dual Credit Students Perform on College Writing Tasks After They Arrive on Campus? Empirical Data from a Large-Scale Study
Kristine Hansen, Brian Jackson, Brett C. McInelly, & Dennis Eggett

Making the Most of Networked Communication in Writing Program Assessment
Sonya Lancaster, Heather Bastian, Justin Ross Sevenker, & E.A. Williams

Making Space for Service Learning in First-Year Composition
Thomas Sura

Plenary Addresses

The WPA as Worker: What Would John Ruskin Say? What Would My Dad?
Douglas D. Hesse

Absence and Action: Making Visible WPA Work
Melissa Ianetta

Writing Program Faculty and Administrators as Public Intellectuals: Opportunities and Challenges
Duane Roen

Travelogue

Imperative as a River: Interview with Heidi Estrem
Shirley K Rose

Reviews

Looking at Language to Learn about Race and Racism
Asao B. Inoue

  • Eddy, Robert, and Victor Villanueva, eds. A Language and Power Reader: Representations of Race in a "Post-Racist" Era

Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make
Irvin Peckham

  • Malenczyk, Rita, ed. A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators

Twelve Teachers Teaching
Jessica Nastal-Dema

  • Coxwell-Teague, Deborah, and Ronald F. Lunsford, eds. First-Year Composition: From Theory to Practice

Reconsidering Content in First-Year Composition: A Study of "Teaching for Transfer"
Mary Jo Reiff

  • Yancey, Kathleen Blake, Liane Robertson, and Kara Taczak. Writing across Contexts: Transfer, Composition, and Sites of Writing

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