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CCCC Richard Braddock Award - Previous Revision

The Richard Braddock Award is presented to the author of the outstanding article on writing or the teaching of writing in the CCCC journal, College Composition and Communication, during the year ending December 31 before the annual CCCC Convention (i.e., articles published in 2011 will be eligible for the award in 2012).  The award was created to honor the memory of Richard Braddock, University of Iowa.  Richard Braddock was an extraordinary person and teacher who touched the lives of many people in ways that this special award established in his name can only suggest.

Because the Braddock Award committee considers all refereed articles published in CCC during the calendar year preceding the presentation of the award, nominations for this award are not accepted.

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Braddock Award Winners: Best CCC Article of the Year

2011
Anne-Marie Pedersen, “Negotiating Cultural Identities through Language: Academic English in Jordan," December 2010

2010
Shevaun E. Watson, "Good Will Come of This Evil”: Enslaved Teachers and the Transatlantic Politics of Early Black Literacy," September 2009

2009 
Ellen Barton, “Further Contributions from the Ethical Turn in Composition/Rhetoric: Analyzing Ethics in Interaction," June 2008

2008
Michael Carter, "Ways of Knowing, Doing, and Writing in the Disciplines," February 2007

2007
A. Suresh Canagarajah, “The Place of World Englishes in Composition: Pluralization Continued," June 2006

2006
Jenn Fishman, Andrea Lunsford, Beth McGregor, and Mark Otuteye, “Performing Writing, Performing Literacy,” December 2005

2005
Min-Zhan Lu, "An Essay on the Work of Composition: Composing English against the Order of Fast Capitalism," September 2004

2004
Karen Kopelson, "Rhetoric on the Edge of Cunning; Or, The Performance of Neutrality (Re)Considered As a Composition Pedagogy for Student Resistance,” September 2003
 
2003
Bruce Horner and John Trimbur, "English Only and U.S. College Composition," June 2002
 
2002
Kathryn Fitzgerald, "A Rediscovered Tradition:  European Pedagogy and Composition in Nineteenth-Century Midwestern Normal Schools," December 2001
 
2001
James E. Porter, Patricia Sullivan, Stuart Blythe,  Jeffrey T. Grabill, and Libby Miles,  "Institutional Critique: A Rhetorical Methodology for Change," June 2000
 
2000
Jacqueline Jones Royster and Jean C. Williams, "History in the Spaces Left: African American Presence and Narratives of Composition Studies," June 1999
 
1999
Catherine Prendergast, "Race: The Absent Presence in Composition Studies," September 1998
 
1998
Arnetha Ball and Ted Lardner,  "Dispositions Toward Language: Teacher Constructs of Knowledge and the Ann Arbor Black English Class," December 1997

Dennis Lynch, Diana George, and Marilyn Cooper, "Moments of Argument: Agonistic Inquiry and Confrontational Cooperation," February 1997
 
1997
Ellen Cushman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, "The Rhetorician as an Agent of Social Change," February 1996
 
1996
Mary N. Muchiri, Nshindi G. Mulamba, Greg Myers, and Deoscorous B. Ndoloi,  "Importing Composition: Teaching and Researching Academic Writing Beyond North America," May 1995
 
1995
Cheryl Glenn "sex, lies, and manuscript: Refiguring Aspasia in the History of Rhetoric," May 1994
 
1994
Peter Mortensen, and Gesa E. Kirsch,  "On Authority in the Study of Writing," December 1993
 
1993
Nancy Sommers,  "Between the Drafts," February 1992
 
1992
Marisa Castellano, Glynda Hull, Kay Losey Fraser, and Mike Rose,  "Remediation as Social Construct: Perspectives from an Analysis of Classroom Discourse," October 1991
 
1991
Glynda Hull, and Mike Rose,  "`This Wooden Shack Place': The Logic of an Unconventional Reading," October 1990
 
1990
Joseph Harris,  "The Idea of Community in the Study of Writing," February 1989
 
1989
Christina Haas and Linda Flower, "Rhetorical Reading Strategies and the Construction of Meaning," May 1988
 
1988
Robert Brooke,  "Underlife and Writing Instruction," May 1987
 
1987
Linda Flower, John R. Hayes, Linda Carey, Karen Schriver, and James Stratman, "Detection, Diagnosis, and the Strategies of Revision," February 1986
 
1986
Peter Elbow, "The Shifting Relationships Between Speech and Writing," October 1985
 
1985
Lisa Ede, and Andrea Lunsford,  "Audience Addressed/Audience Invoked: The Role of Audience in Composition Theory and Pedagogy," May 1984
 
1984
Stephen P. Witte,  "Topical Structure and Revision: An Exploratory Study," October 1983
 
1983
Nancy Sommers,  "Responding to Student Writing," May 1982
 
1982
Robert J. Connors, "The Rise and Fall of the Modes of Discourse," December 1981
 
1981
David Bartholomae, "The Study of Error," October 1980
 
1980
Lee Odell,  "Teachers of Composition and Needed Research in Discourse Theory," February 1979
 
1979
Mary P. Hiatt,  "The Feminine Style: Theory and Fact," October 1978
 
1978
Richard Gebhardt,  "Balancing Theory with Practice in the Training of Writing Teachers," May 1977
 
1977
Frank D'Angelo, "The Search for Intelligible Structure in the Teaching of Composition," May 1976

Glenn Matott,  "In Search of a Philosophical Context for Teaching Composition," February 1976

1976
James Corder, "What I Learned at School," December 1975
 
1975
Richard Braddock: "The Frequency and Placement of Topic Sentences in Expository Prose," Winter 1974 (Research in the Teaching of English)

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