Clearing the Air: WAC Myths and Realities
Susan McLeod and Elaine Maimon
Argues a need to reposition Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) theory. Examines current myths about WAC. Discusses what WAC is, what it does, and what it can become.
Writing beyond the Curriculum: Fostering New Collaborations in Literacy
Steve Parks and Eli Goldblatt
Urges compositionists to reframe Writing across the Curriculum (WAC) to reach beyond university boundaries. Reviews calls for an expanded conception of WAC, describes a program that carries writing instruction and literacy research beyond university boundaries, and suggests problems and benefits that may accompany this change of orientation for writing programs.
Visualizing English: Recognizing the Hybrid Literacy of Visual and Verbal Authorship on the Web
Argues that the current electronic environment forces English studies into competition and combination with extra-verbal codes and languages. Describes a specific approach to reading, composing, and teaching the problematic combination of verbal and nonverbal features in texts conceived for or in electronic environments. Describes continuities between visual digitality and the verbal literacy currently taught within English Studies curricula.
REVIEW: Spectacles of Identity and Difference
Wendy S. Hesford
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REVIEW: Archivists with Different Attitudes
COMMENT & RESPONSE: A COMMENT ON “BRAVE NEW UNIVERSITY” AND “WHO KILLED SHAKESPEARE?”
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