Vol 1, No 1 (2013)

The symposium that launches this inaugural issue speaks to our concerns and raises new ones. The symposium call invited writers to submit short essays that addressed the current intersections between Literacy Studies and Composition and the implications of Literacy Studies research, theory, and practice for Composition Studies. Respondents were then asked to extend the conversation about issues raised or neglected in the symposium.

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Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

Editors' Introduction PDF
  i-vi

Articles

Ideologies of Literacy, “Academic Literacies,” and Composition Studies PDF
Bruce Horner 1-9
Sponsoring Literacy Studies HTML PDF
Morris Young 10-14
The Legacies of Literacy Studies PDF
Harvey Graff 15-17
Constricting Keywords: Rhetoric and Literacy in our History Writing PDF
Brenda Glascott 18-25
On the Social Consequences of Literacy PDF
Kate Vieira 26-32
Babies and Bath Water PDF
Kathryn Flannery 33-37

Symposium

Symposium Comments PDF
Brian Street 38-41
Beginnings of a Polemic: Shaking the Borders of a Literate Education PDF
Steve Parks 42-44
Moving Beyond Place in Discussions of Literacy PDF
Jennifer Trainor 45-47
Writing a Self In/Outside School PDF
Mary Soliday 48-50
After Words: Some Thoughts PDF
Donna Qualley 50-52
Locating Ourselves and Our Work PDF
Eli Goldblatt 53-55
Literacy and Consequences: A Response to Kate Vieira PDF
Robert P Yagelski 56-59
Relating “Literacy,” “Rhetoric,” and “Composition”: Notes on Glascott, Graff, and Horner PDF
Patricia Bizzell 60-62
Literacy/Literacies Studies and the Still-Dominant White Center PDF
Carmen Kynard 63-65
New Literacy Studies: Some Matters of Concern PDF
Mariolina Salvatori 66-69
Undoing Composition? PDF
Allan Luke 70-74

Announcements & Submission Information

Announcements and Submission Information PDF
  75-76


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