WPA 36.2 (Spring 2013)

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

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Frontmatter

From the Editors

"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.

Contributors

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