"Fish Tales: A Conversation with 'The Contemporary Sophist'" by Gary A. Olson
"The Annotated Space: A Dialogue on the Marriage of Composition and Literary Theories"
by Arnold Edelstein and Jeffrey Carroll
"What Counts as Writing: An Argument From Engineers' Practice" by Dorothy A. Winsor
"Magic And/As Rhetoric: Outlines of a History of Phantasy" by William A. Covino
"Inquiry as a Human Process: Interviews with Researchers Across the Disciplines"
by John Reiff and Judith Kirscht
"Evaluating Writing Programs: Paradigms, Problems, Possibilities" by Susan H. McLeod
"Toward an Ethics of Teaching Writing in a Hazardous Context—The University"
by Sandy Moore and Michael Kleine
"Rendering the 'Text' of Composition" by Sheryl I. Fontaine and Susan Hunter
"A Response to Gary Olson's Interview with Paulo Freire" by C. H. Knoblauch
"Freirean Pedagogy in the U.S.: A Response" by James A. Berlin
"A Note to JAC Readers" by Janice M. Lauer
"The Agon Continues: A Reply to Janice Lauer" by Phillip Arrington
"Thomas Kent and Donald Davidson: The Peril of Communication" by Alan G. Gross
"The Hope of Communication" by Thomas Kent
Special Cluster in Memory of Donald C. Stewart
"Letters to Norma and Ross from Don" by W. Ross Winterowd
"Don Stewart: A Personal Memoir" by Winifred Bryan Horner
"Donald C. Stewart: A Colleague" by David Smit
"Rhetoric and Irony: Wesern Literacy and Western Lies by C. Jan Swearingen"
by Elizabeth Giddens
"Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric in North America by Nan Johnson" by Virginia Allen
"An Introduction to Composition Studies by Erika Lindemann and Gary Tate, eds."
by William J. Rouster
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