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Using autobiographical incidents, the author argues that to reform our pedagogy we need to change our professional lives, abandoning our habits of solitary research for more direct and communal action. We must go beyond our disciplinary fields and enlist students as allies in changing their own...
This article examines the disappearance of the student as a site for theoretical investigation. It considers the ramifications of this development for the disciplinary self-identification of composition studies and for a larger understanding of pedagogy as self-reflexive praxis.
This article describes the current academic climate, among both faculty and students, as too harried and stressed for students to be really transformed by what they are learning. As a way to resist the neoliberalization of the university, it proposes that we rethink our relationship to enchantment.
In this article we focus on new methods of multimodal digital research and teaching that allow for the increasingly rich representation of language and literacy practices in digital and nondigital environments. These methodologies—inflected by feminist research, new literacy studies, critical...
This article examines the challenges of addressing pedagogically the international dialogue on queer sexual identities. It focuses on the essayist's experiences preparing an anthology proposal for a queer studies volume that embraces the field in its transnational complexity and richness, using...
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