"Writing in the Graduate Curriculum: Literary Criticism as Composition" by Patricia A. Sullivan
"Brecht and His Friends: Writing as Critique" by Amitava Kumar
"Professing Literacy: A Review Essay" by Patricia Bizzell
"The Recent Rise of Literary Nonfiction: A Cautionary Assay" by Douglas Hesse
"Reading for Points and Purposes" by Thomas Huckin and Linda Flower
"Peter Elbow, Kenneth Burke, and the Idea of Magic" by John C. Briggs
"The Agon Over What 'Composition Research' Means" by Phillip Arrington
"Social Cognition, Emotions, and the Psychology of Writing" by Alice Brand
"Habermas' Varieties of Communicative Action: Controversy Without Combat"
by Patricia Roberts
"Language and the Facilitation of Authority: The Discourse of Noam Chomsky"
by Robert de Beaugrande
"Defining Affect in Relation to Cognition: A Response to Susan McLeod"
by Kristie S. Fleckenstein
"Reply to Kristie Fleckenstein" by Susan H. McLeod
"Textual Carnivals: The Politics of Composition by Susan Miller" by Michael Feehan
"On Literacy and Its Teaching: Issues in English Education by Gail E. Hawisher and Anna O. Soter, eds." by Christopher C. Burnham
"Rhetoric in American Colleges, 1850–1900 by Albert R. Kitzhaber" by Kerri K. Morris
"The Writing Teacher as Researcher by Donald A. Daiker and Max Morenberg, eds."
by Michael Flanigan
"Forms of Wondering: A Dialogue on Writing, for Writers by William A. Covino"
by Elizabeth Giddens
"Second Language Writing: Research Insights for the Classroom by Barbara Kroll, ed. "
by Emily Carlson Ware
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