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Issue Briefs - Previous Revision

The following pages offer brief overviews of key issues in English Studies, as well as lists of relevant journals, professional organizations, Web sites, and email discussion lists. In some cases, bibliographies of key sources are included. Information on the following topics is available:

This collection of pages will grow in response to suggestions from readers. To suggest a topic, please contact Mike Palmquist at Mike.Palmquist@ColoState.edu.  Pages currently in development focus on writing across the curriculum, teaching with technology, radical pedagogy, class/race/difference, cultural studies, gay lesbian bisexual and transsexual/transgender issues, teaching in the two year college, empirical research, the status and working conditions of contingent faculty, writing program administration, basic writers, scholarly publishing, genre studies. critical discourse theory, critical thinking, program assessment, new media, multimodal composition, post-process theory, complexity and chaos theory, style, grammar, plagiarism and academic integrity, collaborative and cooperative work, and copyright and intellectual property.

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