From the Editor
Symposium: How I Have Changed My Mind
Chris Anson, Marilyn Cooper, Gaurav Desai, Anne Ruggles Gere, Pamela Gilbert, Keith Gilyard, Joseph Harris, Valerie Lee, Susan Miller, Peter Mortensen, David Shumway, Nancy Sommers, Victor Vitanza
Contributors to this symposium recall and reflect on changes of mind they have experienced, noting the relationship of these to larger concerns of English studies as a profession.
Joseph V. Denney, the Land-Grant Mission, and Rhetorical Education at Ohio State: An Institutional History
Annie S. Mendenhall
Traditional narratives about composition and rhetoric in modern American universities need to be complicated through analyses of what has happened to these subjects at particular institutions. For a case study, the author examines Joseph Villiers Denney’s work in establishing and sustaining a department of rhetoric at The Ohio State University.
College English’s Precursor: Excerpts from the College Edition of the English Journal
In honor of NCTE’s centennial, we present excerpts from the College Edition of the English Journal, which ran from 1928 to 1938 and served as a precursor to College English.
Review: Assent among Modern Indigenous Peoples
Resa Crane Bizzaro
Reviewed is X-Marks: Native Signatures of Assent by Scott Richard Lyons.
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