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College English, Vol. 64, No. 5, May 2002

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  • OPINION: The Cultures of Literature and Composition: What Could Each Learn from the Other?

    Peter Elbow

    Abstract: Considers how the history of relations between composition and literature has involved a vexed tangle of misunderstanding and hurt. Suggests that both fields would benefit from thinking through some of the vexations. Argues for maintaining the marriage between composition and literature. Admires the situation in schools where there is no tension between literature and composition.

    Keywords: College, Literature

  • Service-Learning, 1902

    Julia Garbus

    Abstract: Argues that Vida Dutton Scudder's pedagogy predicted a college-community connection increasingly popular one hundred years later: service-learning. Outlines Scudder's teaching, settlement work, and the ideologies underlying both; critiques her work with the benefit of 21st-century hindsight; and concludes by reaffirming that in the context of her times she was a remarkable figure.

    Keywords: College, Pedagogy

  • Breaking Ground in Ecocomposition: Exploring Relationships between Discourse and Environment

    Sidney I. Dobrin and Christin R. Weisser

    Abstract: Hopes to promote recognition of the importance of the intersections between discourse, place, and environment through theoretical examinations and pedagogical approaches. Offers some preliminary working definitions for ecocomposition and examines the evolution of ecocomposition; distinguishes between ecocomposition and ecocriticism; and offers some perspectives on ecocomposition pedagogy.

    Keywords: College, Pedagogy

  • Herm Choppers, the Adonia, and Rhetorical Action in Ancient Greece

    James Fredal

    Abstract: Presents a debate between traditionalist ideas from Xin Lin Gale and postmodern ideas from Cheryl Glenn and Susan Jarratt. Quotes Gale who says that you cannot have it both ways, foundational and antifoundational: using the historical evidence to champion Aspasia while at the same time "reclaiming" her from the biases of those very documents. Notes Jarratt's response to the contrary.

    Keywords: College

  • REVIEW: Material Matters: Bodies and Rhetoric

    Krista Ratcliffe

    Abstract: Abstract for this article is currently not available.

    Keywords: College

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