LiCS 6.1 New Issue


We are delighted to announce the publication of the spring issue of Literacy in Composition Studies. This issue features the following pieces:

  • “College Writing and Campus Values: The Nixon Library Debate at UC Irvine” by Jens Lloyd

  • “Diminishing Returns at Corporate U: Chinese Undergraduates and Composition’s Activist Legacy” by Tom McNamara

  • “To Whom Do We Have Students Write?”: Exploring Rhetorical Agency and Translanguaging in an Indonesian Graduate Writing Classroom” by Amber Engelson

  • “Research, Writing, and Writer/Reader Exigence: Literate Practice as the Overlap of Information Literacy and Writing Studies Threshold Concepts” by Jerry Stinnett and Marcia Rapchak

  • “Holding on to Literacies: Older Adult Narratives of Literacy and Agency”  by Suzanne Kesler Rumsey

Also included are book reviews of Stacey Waite’s Teaching Queer: Radical Possibilities for Writing and Knowing by Jean Bessette, of Michael Harker’s The Lure of Literacy: A Critical Reception of the Compulsory Composition Debate by Meaghan H. Brewer, and of Iris D. Ruiz’s Reclaiming Composition for Chicano/as and Other Ethnic Minorities by Jasmine Villa.  

We hope you enjoy the read!

Posted: 2018-05-03
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ISSN: 2326-5620