Friday, April 20, 2018

Textbooks


Alred, Gerald J., and Erik A. Thelen.  “Are Textbooks Contributions to Scholarship?”  College Composition and Communication 44 (December 1993): 466-77.

Baronov, David. “Navigating the Hidden Assumptions of the Introductory Research Methods Text.” Radical Pedagogy 2004.

Bartlett, Thomas.  “Selling Out:  A Textbook Example.”  Chronicle of Higher Education 27 June 2003.  <http://chronicle.com/weekly/v49/i42/42a00801.htm>.  Accessed 23 June 2003.

Bauman, M. Garrett. “Textbook Writing 101.”  Chronicle of Higher Education 49.43 (4 July 2003):  B5.  <http://chronicle.com/weekly/v49/i43/43b00501.htm>.  Accessed 2 July 2003.

Beason, Larry.  “A Canon for Argumentation?” Composition Chronicle 10.2 (March 1997): 5-7.

Beason, Larry.  “Textbooks on Argumentative Writing.”  Composition Chronicle 8.2 (1995):  1-4.

Beason, Larry.  “Warriner’s, Textbooks, and the Alleged Focus on Student Writing.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 16.2 (2000):  273-94.

Blair, Kristine.  “Ideology, Textbook Production, and the Expert Reading of Popular Culture.” TETYC 22 (1995): 179-86.

Bleich, David.  “In Case of Fire, Throw In (What to Do with Textbooks Once You Switch to Sourcebooks).”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  15-44.

Bloom, Lynn Z.  “The Essay Canon.”  College English 61 (March 1999): 401-30..

Britton, Bruce K., Arthur Woodward, and Marilyn Binkley.  Learning from Textbooks:  Theory and Practice.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 1993.

Bryant, Lizbeth A.  “A Textbook’s Theory:  Current Composition Theory in Argument Textbooks.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  113-136.

Byrnes, Robert, and Brian Turner.  “What’s Wrong with WAC Anthologies?”  Journal of Teaching Writing 14.1-2 (1995):  129-46.

Campbell, Anne L.  Rev. Basic Skills for Basic WritingCLA Journal 3.2 (December 1959):  123-125.

Carpenter, Charles.  History of American Schoolbooks.  Philadelphia:  U Pennsylvania P, 1963.

Carr, Jean Ferguson, Stephen L. Carr, and Lucille Schultz. Archives of Instruction: Nineteenth-Centuyry Rhetorics, Readers, and Composition Books in the United States. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2005.

Clifford, John.  “The Subject in Discourse.”  Contending with Words:  Composition and Rhetoric in a Postmodern Age.  Ed. Patricia Harkin and John Schilb.  New York:  Modern Language Association, 1991.  38-51.

Connors, Robert J.  Composition-Rhetoric:  Backgrounds, Theory, and Pedagogy.  U Pittsburgh P, 1997.

Connors, Robert J.  “Current-Traditional Rhetoric:  Thirty Years of Writing with a PurposeRhetoric Society Quarterly 4 (1981):  208-221.

Connors, Robert J.  “Textbooks and the Evolution of the Discipline.”  College Composition and Communication 37 (1986): 178-94.

Dean, Leonard F., Walker Gibson, and Kenneth G. Wilson, eds. The Play of Language.  New York:  Oxford UP, 1971.

DelFattore, Joan.  What Johnny Shouldn’t Read:  Textbook Censorship in America.  New Haven, CT:  Yale UP, 1992.

Emig, Janet.  “The Relation of Thought and Language Implicit in Some Early American Rhetoric and Composition Texts.”  The Web of Meaning.  Ed. Dixie Goswami and Maureen Butler.  Upper Montclair, NJ:  Boynton/Cook, 1983.  3-43.

Faigley, Lester.  Fragments of Rationality:  Postmodernity and the Subject of Composition.  U Pittsburgh P, 1992.

Ford, Nick Aaron, and Waters Turpin.  Basic Skills for Better Writing.  New York:  G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1959.

Fraizer, Dan.  “Textbooks and Writing in the 1990s: The Commodification of Process and What Teachers and Students Can Do about It.”  The Writing Instructor 12 (1993): 134-43.

Gale, Fredric G.  “Imitations of Life:  Technical Writing Textbooks and the Social Context.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  163-184.

Gale, Xin Liu, and Fredric G. Gale, eds.  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.

Gale, Xin Liu.  “The ‘Full Toolbox’ and Critical Thinking:  Conflicts and Contradictions in The St. Martin’s Guide to Writing.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  185-216.

Garnes, Sara, David Humphries, Vic Mortimer, Jennifer Phegley, and Kathleen R. Wallace.  “Writing Writing Lives:  The Collaborative Production of a Composition Text in a Large First-Year Writing Program.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  249-266.

Gilfus, Jonna. “Students and Authors in Introductory Composition Textbooks.” Authorship in Composition Studies Ed. Tracy Hamler Carrick and Rebecca Moore Howard. New York: Wadsworth, 2006. 57-74.

Glau, Gregory R.  “Mirroring Ourselves? The Pedagogy of Early Grammar Texts.”  Rhetoric Review 11 (Spring 1993): 418-35.

Heilenman, L. Kathy.  “Of Cultures and Compromises:  Publishers, Textbooks, and the Academy.”  Publishing Research Quarterly 9.2 (Summer 1993):  55-67.

Heller, Scott.  “Essays That Live On:  A Scholar Examines an Overlooked Canon.”  Chronicle of Higher Education 45.30 (2 April 1999):  A20-A21.

Holdstein, Deborah H. “Corporate Textbook Production, Electronic Resources, and the Responsible Curriculum.” Beyond English Inc.: Curricular Reform in a Global Economy. Eds. David B. Downing, Claude Mark Hurlbert, and Paula Mathieu. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2002. 52-61.

Jamieson, Sandra. “Composition Readers and the Construction of Identity.” Writing in Multicultural Settings. Ed. Carol Severino, Juan C. Guerra, and Johnnella E. Butler. New York: MLA, 1997. 150-71.

Janangelo, Joseph.  “Appreciating Narratives of Containment and Contentment::  Reading the Writing Handbook as Public Discourse.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  93-112.

Jasken, Julia.  “What’s So Funny about Peace, Love, and . . . Media Studies?”  Conference on College Composition and Communication.  New York.  21 March 2003.

Johannessen, Larry R.  “The Roots of a Dynasty: The Rise of Warriner’s Grammar and Composition.”  Eric ED 372 409.  71 pp.  1994.

Jordan, Jay.  “Rereading the Multicultural Reader:  Toward More ‘Infectious’ Practices in Multicultural Composition.”  College English 68.2 (Nov. 2005):  168-185.

Jung, Julie. “Textual Mainstreaming and Rhetorics of Accommodation.” Rhetoric Review 26.2 (2007): 160-178.

Kameen, Paul.  “Rewording the Rhetoric of Composition.”  Pre/Text 1-2 (1980):  73-92.

Kleine, Michael W.  “Teaching from a Single Textbook ‘Rhetoric’:  The Potential Heaviness of the Book.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  137-162.

Lalicker, William. “The Writing Program Administrator and the Challenge of Textbooks and Theory.” The Writing Program Administrator as Theorist. Ed. Shirley K. Rose and Irwin Weiser. Westport, CT: Heinemann Boynton/Cook, 2002.  54-66.

LaSpina, James Andrew.  The Visual Turn and the Transformation of the Textbook.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998.

Leight, David.  “Plagiarism as Metaphor.”  Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World.  Ed. Alice Roy and Lise Buranen.  Albany, NY:  SUNY P, 1999.  221-230.

Liu, Yameng.  “Self, Other, In-Between:  Cross-Cultural Composition Readers and the Reconstruction of Cultural Identities.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  69-92.

Luke, Allan.  Literacy, Textbooks and Ideology:  Postwar Literacy Instruction and the Mythology of Dick and Jane.  London:  The Falmer Press, 1988.

Marinara, Martha, Jonathan Alexander, William P. Banks, and Samantha Blackmon. “Cruising Composition Texts: Negotiating Sexual Difference in First-Year Readers.” College Composition and Communication 61.2 (Dec. 2009).

Marsh, Bill. Plagiarism: Alchemy and Remedy in Higher Education. Albany: SUNY P, 2007.

McCormick, Kathleen.  “‘On a topic of your own choosing . . .'”  Writing Theory and Critical Theory.  Ed. John Clifford and John Schilb.  New York:  Modern Language Association, 1994.  33-52.

Michael, Ian.  Early Textbooks of English.  Reading, Eng.:  Reading & Language Information Centre, 1993.  [file Textbooks]

Miles, Libby.  “Coherent Contradictions: Product Analyses in a Process-Oriented Field.”  Presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication, Phoenix AZ, March 12-15, 1997.  ERIC ED 406 675.

Miles, Libby.  “Constructing Composition: Reproduction and WPA Agency in Textbook Publishing.”  WPA:  Writing Program Administration 24.1/2 (Fall/Winter 2000): 29-54.

Miles, Libby.  “Globalizing Professional Writing Curricula: Positioning Students and Re-Positioning Textbooks.” Technical Communication Quarterly 6.2 (1997):  179-200.

Miles, Libby.  “Production and Consumption of Composition Textbooks: What Can We Do?”  Presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication, Milwaukee WI, March 27-30, 1996. ERIC ED 397 404.

Miller, Susan.  “‘Is There a Text in This Class?'”  Freshman English News 11 (1982):  22-33.

Miranda, Deborah A.  “‘A String of Textbooks’: Artifacts of Composition Pedagogy in Indian Boarding Schools.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 16.2 (2000): 213-32.

Moffett, James.  Teaching the Universe of Discourse.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1968.

Mortensen, Peter.  “Of Handbooks and Handbags:  Composition Textbook Publishing after the Deal Decade.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  217-230.

Mullen, Jean S. “Women Writers in Freshman Textbooks.”  College English 34 (1972): 79-84.

Mullin, Joan.  “The Use of Grammar Texts:  A Call for Pedagogical Inquiry.”  The Place of Grammar in Writing Instruction.  Ed. Susan Hunter and Ray Wallace.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 1995.  103-113.

Neitz, John A.  The Evolution of American Secondary School Textbooks.  Rutland, VT:  Tuttle, 1966.

Neitz, John A.  Old Textbooks.  Pittsburgh:  U Pittsburgh P, 1961.

Otte, George.  “Why Read What?:  The Politics of Composition Anthologies.”  Journal of Advanced Composition 12 (1992):  137-149.

Ramanathan, Vai, and Robert B. Kaplan. “Audience and Voice in Current L1 Composition Texts: Some Implications for ESL Student Writers.” Journal of Second Language Writing 5.1 (1996): 21-34.

Rankin, Elizabeth.  Seeing Yourself as a Teacher:  Conversations with Five New Teachers in a University Writing Program.  Urbana, IL:  NCTE, 1994.

Ratliff, Clancy. “Free and Open Textbooks in Rhetoric and Writing Studies.” The CCCC-IP Annual: Toop Intelletual Property Developments of 2010. Intellectual Property Caucus of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2010.

Reynolds, Nedra.  “Dusting Off Instructor’s Manuals:  The Teachers and Practices They Assume.”  WPA:  Writing Program Administration 19.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1995):  7-23.

Root, Robert L.  “Once More to the Essay:  Prose Models, Textbooks, and Teaching.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 14.1-2 (1995):  87-110.

Rose, Mike.  “Sophisticated, Ineffective Books: The Dismantling of Process in Composition Texts.”  College Composition and Communication 32 (1981): 65-73.

Rose, Mike.  “Speculations on Process Knowledge and the Textbook’s Static Page.”  College Composition and Communication 34 (May 1983): 208-13.

Ross, Christine.  “Education Reform and the Limits of Discourse:  Rereading Collaborative Revision of a Composition Program’s Textbook.”  College Composition and Communication 55.2 (Dec. 2003):  302-329.

Schnakenberg, Karen Rossi.  “Classical Rhetoric in American Writing Textbooks, 1950-1965.”  Inventing a Discipline:  Rhetoric Scholarship in Honor of Richard E. Young.  Ed. Maureen Daly Goggin.  Urbana, IL:  National Council of Teachers of English, 2000.  146-172.

Schultz, Lucille M.  “Elaborating Our History:  A Look at Mid-19th Century First Books of Composition.”  College Composition and Communication 45.1 (February 1994):  10-30.

Segal, Judy Z.  “Textbooks and Subtexts or How to Choose a Handbook.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 14.1-2 (1995):  111-28.

Simmons, Sue Carter.  “Competing Notions of Authorship:  A Historical Look at Students and Textbooks on Plagiarism and Cheating.”  Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World.  Ed. Alice Roy and Lise Buranen.  Albany, NY:  SUNY P, 1999.  41-54.

Spellmeyer, Kurt.  “The Great Way:  Reading and Writing in Freedom.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY P, 1999.  45-68.

Stewart, Donald C.  “Composition Textbooks and the Assault on Tradition.”  College Composition and Communication 29 (1978): 171-76.  Rpt. The Writing Teacher’s Sourcebook.  Ed. Gary Tate and Edward P.J. Corbett.  New York:  Oxford UP, 1981. 180-86.

Stewart, Donald C.  “Textbooks Revisited.”  Research in Composition and Rhetoric: A Bibliographic Sourcebook.  Ed. Michael G. Moran and Ronald F. Lunsford.  Westport CT: Greenwood P, 1984.  453-468.

Welch, Kathleen E.  “Ideology and Freshman Textbook Production: The Place of Theory in Writing Pedagogy.”   College Composition and Communication 38 (1987): 269-382.

Winterowd, W.  Ross.  “Composition Textbooks: Publisher-Author Relationships.”  College Composition and Communication 40 (1989): 139-51.

Winterowd, W. Ross.  The English Department:  A Personal and Institutional History.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1998.

Woods, William.  “Composition Textbooks and Pedagogical Theory, 1960-1980.”  College English 43 (1981): 393-409.

You, Xiaoye.  “Ideology, Textbooks, and the Rhetoric of Production in China.”  College Composition and Communication 56:4 (June 2005):  632-653.

Zebroski, James Thomas.  “Textbook Advertisements in the Formation of Composition:  1969-1990.”  (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks:  Conflicts of Culture, Ideology, and Pedagogy.  Ed. Xin Liu Gale and Fredric G. Gale.  Albany:  SUNY UP, 1999.  231-248.