Friday, October 19, 2018


Bevir, Mark.  “Foucault and Critique: Deploying Agency Against Autonomy.” Political Theory 27.1 (February 1999):  65-84.  [file Plagiarism:Autonomy]

Bunker, Matthew D.  Critiquing Free Speech:  First Amendment Theory and the Challenge of Interdisciplinarity.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 2001.

Carino, Peter.  “Reading Our Own Words:  Rhetorical Analysis and the Institutional Discourse of Writing Centers.”  Writing Center Research:  Extending the Conversation.  Ed. Paula Gillespie, Alice Gillam, Lady Falls Brown, and Byron Stay. Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.  91-110.

Dewey, John.  Construction and Criticism.  New York:  Columbia UP, 1930.

Downing, David B., Claude Mark Hurlbert, and Paula Mathieu, eds.  Beyond English Inc.:  Curricular Reform in a Global Economy.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2002.

Ede, Lisa, and Andrea Lunsford. “Representing Audience: ‘Successful’ Discourse and Disciplinary Critique.” College Compositon and Communication 47.2 (May 1996): 167-179.

Farber, Jerry.  Student as Nigger:  Essays and Other Stories.  New York:  Pocket Books, 1970.

Gee, James Paul.  “Progressivism, Critique, and Socially Situated Minds.”  The Fate of Progressive Language Policies and Practices.  Ed. Curt Dudley-Marling and Carole Edelsky.  Urbana, IL:  National Council of Teachers of English, 2001.  31-58.

Hall, Donald E. “Professional Self-Reflexivity.” ADE Bulletin 129 (Fall 2001): 31-34.

Hessler, H. Brooke.  “Product Versus Product:  The Occupational Rhetoric of Academic Work.”  Diss. Texas Christian U, 2001.

Huckin, Thomas.  “Critical Discourse Analysis and the Discourse of Condescension.” Discourse Studies in Composition.  Eds. Ellen L. Barton and Gail Stygall.  Cresskill, NJ:  Hampton P, 2002.

Hutcheon, Linda.  “Rhetoric and Competition:  Academic Agonistics.”  Common Knowledge 9.1 (Winter 2003):  42-49.

Kuczynski, Alex.  “Too Good Not to Be True.”  New York Times 25 April 2004.  <>.

Latour, Bruno.  “Why Has Critique Run Out of Steam?  From Matters of Fact to Matters of Concern.”  Critical Inquiry 30.2 (Winter 2004):  225-248.

Lynch, John. “Institution and Imprimatur: Institutional Rhetoric and the Failure of the Catholic Church’s Pastoral Letter on Homosexuality.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 8.3 (Fall 2005).

Miles, Libby.  “Disturbing Practices:  Toward Institutional Change in Composition Scholarship and Pedagogy.”  College English 62.6 (July 2000):  756-765.

Miller, Richard E. “Critique’s the Easy Part:  Choice and the Scale of Relative Oppression.”  Kitchen Cooks, Plate Twirlers and Troubadours: Writing Program Administrators Tell Their Stories. Ed. Diana George. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1999.  3-13.

Phelps, Louise Wetherbee.  “Becoming a Warrior:  Lessons of the Feminist Workplace.”  Feminine Principles and Women’s Experience in American Composition and Rhetoric.  Ed. Louise Wetherbee Phelps and Janet Emig.  Pittsburgh:  U Pittsburgh P, 1995.  289-339.

Porter, James E., Patricia Sullivan, Stuart Blythe, Jeffrey T. Grabill, and Libby Miles.  “Institutional Critique:  A Rhetorical Methodology for Change.”  College Composition and Communication 51.4 (June 2000):  610-642.

Sosnoski, James J.  Token Professionals and Master Critics:  A Critique of Orthodoxy in Literary Studies.  Albany:  SUNY P, 1994.

Trachsel, Mary.  “A Conflict of Personal and Institutional Ethics:  Writing Instruction and Composition Scholarship.”  The Ethics of Writing Instruction:  Issues in Theory and Practice.  Ed. Michael A. Pemberton.  Norwood, NJ:  Ablex, 2000.  167-190.

Wittenberg, David H..  Philosophy, Revision, Critique:  Rereading Practices in Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Emerson.  Palo Alto, CA:  Stanford UP, 2001.

Zebroski, James Thomas.  “Composition and Rhetoric, Inc.:  Life after the English Department at Syracuse University.”  Beyond English Inc.:  Curricular Reform in a Global Economy.  Ed. David B. Downing, Claude Mark Hurlbert, and Paula Mathieu.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2002.  164-180.