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Archives and Archival Research

Biesecker, Barbara A. “Of Historicity, Rhetoric: The Archive as Scene of Invention.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9.1 (2006).

Brereton, John C.  “Rethinking Our Archive:  a Beginning.”  College English 61.5 (May 1999):  574-576.

Buehl, John, Tamar Chute, and Anne Fields. “Training in the Archives: Archival Research as Professional Development.” College Composition and Communication 64.2 (Dec. 2012).

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.

Certeau, Michel.  The Writing of History.  Trans. Tom Conley.  New York:  Columbia UP, 1988.

Connors, Robert J. “Dreams and Play: Historical Methods and Methodology.” Methods and Methodology in Composition Research. Ed. Gesa Kirsch and Patricia A. Sullivan. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1992.

Derrida, Jacques.  Archive Fever:  A Freudian Impression.  U Chicago P, 1998.

Enoch, Jessica. “Changing Research Methods, Changing History: A Reflection on Language, Location, and Archive.” Composition Studies 38. 2 (Fall 2010): 47-73,145.

Ferreira-Buckley, Linda.  “Rescuing the Archives from Foucault.”  College English 61.5 (May 1999):  577-583.

Finnegan, Cara A. “What Is This a Picture Of?: Some Thoughts on Images and Archives.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9.1 (2006).

Folsom, Ed. “Database as Genre: The Epic Transformation of Archives.” PMLA 122.5 (Oct. 2007): 1571-1579.

Glenn, Cheryl, and Jessica Enoch. “Drama in the Archives: Rereading Methods, Rewriting History.” College Composition and Communication 61.2 (Dec. 2009).

Graban, Tarez Samra, Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne, and Whitney Myers. “In, Through, and About the Archive: What Digitization (Dis)Allows.” Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities. Ed. Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson. U Chicago P, 2015. 233-244.

Hawhee, Debra, and Christa J. Olson. “Pan-Historiography: The Challenges of Writing History across Time and Space.” Theorizing Histories of Rhetoric. Ed. Michelle Ballif. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP.

Hilberg, R. The Politics of Memory. Chicago, 1996.

Kirsch, Gesa E., and Liz Rohan, eds. Beyond the Archives: Research as a Lived Process. Southern Illinois UP, 2008.

L’Eplattenier, Barbara. “An Argument for Archival Research Methods: Thinking Beyond Methodology.” College English 72.1 (Sept. 2009).

Mailloux, Steven.  “Reading Typos, Reading Archives.”  College English 61.5 (May 1999):  584-590.

Manoff, Marlene. “Archive and Database as Metaphor: Theorizing the Historical Record.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 10.4 (2010): 385-98.

Miller, Thomas P., and Melody Bowdon.  “A Rhetorical Stance on the Archives of Civic Action.”  College English 61.5 (May 1999):  591-598.

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.

Montgomery, Michael B.  “The Formation of American English.”  American Speech 75.4 (2000):  380-382.  <>

Morris, Charles E. “Archival Queer.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9.1 (2006)

Morris, Charles E. “The Archival Turn in Rhetorical Studies; Or, the Archive’s Rhetorical (Re)turn.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9.1 (2006)

Parks, Stephen. Class Politics: The Movement for the Students’ Right to Their Own Language. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2000.

Pemberton, Michael A.  “The Writing Lab Newsletter as History:  Tracing the Growth of a Scholarly Community.”  The Center Will Hold:  Critical Perspectives on Writing Center Scholarship.  Ed. Michael A. Pemberton and Joyce Kinkead.  Logan:  Utah State UP, 2003.  21-40.

Peters, Brad. “Documentation Strategies and the Institutional Socialization of Writing Centers.” The Writing Center Director’s Resource Book. Ed. Christina Murphy and Byron L. Stay. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006. 103-114.

Potts, Liza. “Archive Experiences: A Vision for User-Centered Design in the Digital Humanities.” Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities. Ed. Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson. U Chicago P, 2015. 255-263.

Ramsey, Alexis E., Wendy B. Sharer, Barbara L’Eplattenier, and Lisa S. Mastrangelo, eds. Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2009.

Rawson, K.J. “Archive This! Queering the Archive.” Practicing Research in Writing Studies: Reflexive and Ethically Responsible Research. Ed.Katrina Powell and Pamela Takayoshi. Hampton, 2012. 237-50.

Rice, Jenny, and Jeff Rice. “Pop-Up Archives.” Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities. Ed. Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson. U Chicago P, 2015. 245-254.

Rohan, Liz. “Reseeing and Redoing: Making Historical Research at the Turn of the Millenium.” Writing Studies Research in Practice: Methods and Methodologies. Ed. Lee Nickoson and Mary P. Sheridan. Southern Illinois UP, 2012.

Rose, Shirley K.  “Preserving Our Histories of Institutional Change:  Enabling Research in the Writing Program Archives.”  The Writing Program Administrator as Researcher: Inquiry in Action and Reflection. Ed. Shirley K. Rose and Irwin Weiser. Westport, CT: Heinemann Boynton/Cook, 1999.  107-118.

Rose, Shirley K., and Irwin Weiser.  “The WPA as Researcher and Archivist.”  The Writing Program Administrator’s Resource: A Guide to Reflective Institutional Practice.  Ed. Stuart C. Brown, Theresa Enos, and Catherine Chaput.  Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.  275-290.

Shetty, Sandhya, and Elizabeth Jane Bellamy.  “Postcolonialism’s Archive Fever.”  diacritics 30.1 (2000):  25-48.  <>

Steedman, Carolyn. “Archival Methods.” Research Methods for English Studies. Ed. Gabriele Griffin. Edinburgh University P, 2005. 17-30.

Wentworth, Donna.  “‘Creative Archive’ Poised for a Trip Back to the Future.”  Weblog entry.  10 Apr. 2005.  Copyfight.  11 Apr. 2005 <>.