Friday, October 19, 2018

First-Year Composition


Artman, Margaret, Erica Frisicaro-Pawlowski, and Robert Monge. “Not Just One Shot: Extending the Dialogue about Information Literacy in Composition Classes.” Composition Studies 38.2 (2010): 93-109.

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

Beason, Larry.  “Composition as Service:  Implications of Utilitarian, Duties, and Care Ethics.”  The Ethics of Writing Instruction:  Issues in Theory and Practice.  Ed. Michael A. Pemberton.  Norwood, NJ:  Ablex, 2000.  105-138.

Beauvais, Paul Jude.  “First Contact:  Composition Students’ Close Encounters with College Culture.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 15.1 (1996):  25-50.

Bender, Thomas.  Intellect and Public Life:  Essays on the Social History of Academic Intellectuals in the United States.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins UP, 1997.

Bergmann, Linda S.  “Funny Papers:  Initiation and Subversion in First-Year Writing.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 15.1 (1996):  141-60.

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Braun, M.J., and Sarah Prineas.  “First-Year Composition as an Introduction to Academic Discourse.”  Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition.  Ed. Duane Roen, Veronica Pantoja, Lauren Yena, Susan K. Miller, and Eric Waggoner. Urbana, IL:  NCTE, 2002.  569.

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

Brent, Doug.  “Reinventing WAC (Again):  The First-Year Seminar and Academic Literacy.”  College Composition and Communication 57.2 (Dec. 2005):  253-276.

Brooks, Kevin.  “Composition’s Abolitionist Debate:  A Tool for Change.”  Composition Studies 30.2 (Fall 2002):  27-42.

Canagarajah, A. Suresh. “The Place of World Englishes in Composition: Pluralization Continued.” College Composition and Communication 57.4 (June 2006).

Carroll, Lee Ann.  “Pomo Blues:  Stories from First-Year Composition.”  College English 59.8 (December 1997):  916-933.  Rpt. Dialogue on Writing:  Rethinking ESL, Basic Writing, and First-Year Composition.  Ed. Geraldine DeLuca, Len Fox, Mark-Ameen Johnson, and Myra Kogen.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.

Carroll, Lee Ann.  Rehearsing New Roles:  How College Students Develop as Writers.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 2002.

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Comfort, Juanita Rodgers, 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 (Spring 2003):  7-86.

Connors, Robert J.

Copeland, Charles Townsend, and H.M. Rideout.  Freshman English and Theme-Correcting in Harvard College.  New York:  Silver, 1901.

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De, Esha Niyogi, and Donna Uthus Gregory.  “Decolonizing the Classroom:  Freshman Composition in a Multicultural Setting.”  Writing in Multicultural Settings.  Ed. Carol Severino, Juan C. Guerra, and Johnnella E. Butler.  New York:  MLA, 1997.  118-32.

DeLuca, Geraldine, Len Fox, Mark-Ameen Johnson, and Myra Kogen, eds.  Dialogue on Writing:  Rethinking ESL, Basic Writing, and First-Year Composition.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.

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

Dively, Ronda Leathers, and R. Gerald Nelms. “Perceived Roadblocks to Transferring Knowledge from First-Year Composition to Writing-Intensive Major Courses: A Pilot Study.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 31 (2007): k214-245.

Dombek, Kristin, and Scott Herndon.  Critical Passages:  Teaching the Transition to College Composition. New York:  Teachers College P, 2004.

Downs, Douglas, and Elizabeth Wardle. “Teaching about Writing, Righting Misconceptions: (Re)Envisioning ‘First-Year Composition’ as ‘Introduction to Writing Studies.'” College Composition and Communicataion 58.4 (June 2007): 552-584.

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Eurich, Alvin C.  “Should English Composition Be Abolished?”  English Journal coll. ed. 21 (1932):  211-19.

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

Fox, Tom.  “Change and Complicity.” College Composition and Communication 49.2 (May 1998):  256-259.

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): 15-36.

Goggin, Maureen Daly and Susan Kay Miller. “What is New About the ‘New Abolitionists’: Continuities and Discontinuities in the Great Debate.” Composition Studies 28.2 (Fall 2000): 85-112.

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

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 (Fall 1997):  19-31.

Grego, Rhonda, and Nancy Thompson.  “The Writing Studio Program:  Reconfiguring Basic Writing/Freshman Composition.”  WPA:  Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1995):  66-89.

Grimm, Nancy Maloney.  “In the Spirit of Service:  Making Writing Center Research a ‘Featured Character.'”  The Center Will Hold:  Critical Perspectives on Writing Center Scholarship.  Ed. Michael A. Pemberton and Joyce Kinkead.  Logan:  Utah State UP, 2003.  41-57.

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Himley, Margaret. “Response to Phillip P. Marzluf, “Diversity Writing: Natural Languages, Authentic Voices.'” College Composition and Communication 58.3 (2007): 449-463.

Horner, Bruce, Samantha NeCamp, and Christiane Donahue. “Toward a Multilingual Composition Scholarship: From English Only to a Translingual Norm.” College Composition and Communication 63.2 (Dec. 2011).

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Kent, Thomas, ed.  Post-Process Theory:  Beyond the Writing-Process Paradigm.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1999.

Kill, Melanie. “Acknowledging the Rough Edges of Resistance: Negotiation of Identities for First-Year Composition.” College Composition and Communication 58.2 (Dec. 2006).

Lang, Susan. “New Process, New Product: Redistributing Labor in a First-Year Writing Program.” Market Matters: Applied Rhetoric Studies and Free Market Competition. Ed. Locke Carter. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton P, 2005. 187-204.

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Lovett, Carl R., and Art Young.  “Rethinking Genre in the First-Year Composition Course:  Helping Student Writers Get Things Done.”  Profession 1997:  113-125.

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McCurrie, M. Kilian.  “Crossing Boundaries:  Reflective Practice, FYC, and General Education.”  Composition Studies 30.1 (Spring 2002):  83-96.

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Mirtz, Ruth M.  “WPAs as Historians:  Discovering a First-Year Writing Program by Researching Its Past.”  The Writing Program Administrator as Researcher. Ed. Shirley K. Rose and Irwin Weiser. Westport, CT: Heinemann Boynton/Cook, 1999.  119-130.

Moghtader, Michael, Alanna Cotch, and Kristen Hague.  “The First-Year Composition Requirement Revisited:  A Survey.”  College Composition and Communication 52.3 (February 2001):  455-467.

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

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