Special Cluster in Memory of James L. Kinneavy
"Memories of Jim Kinneavy" by David Jolliffe
"Jim Kinneavy: Convivial Savant" by W. Ross Winterowd
"James Kinneavy and the Struggle over Composition" by Gary A. Olson
"Tribute to a Benevolent Patriarch" by Susan C. Jarratt
"James L. Kinneavy and the Ethical Imperative" by Phillip Sipiora
"Remembering Jim Kinneavy" by Thomas P. Miller
"Taming Multiculturalism: The Will to Literacy in Composition Studies" by Peter Vandenberg
"'Yes, We Eat Dog Back Home': Contrasting Disciplinary Discourse and Praxis on Diversity"
by Sue Hum
"Reading Student Resistance: The Case of the Missing Other" by Richard Boyd
"Composition, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, and the Postindustrial Concern" by Darin Payne
"'Addicted to Love'; Or, Toward an Inessential Solidarity" by D. Diane Davis
"From the Contact Zone to the City: Iris Marion Young and Composition Theory"
by Christy Friend
"A New Way of Doing Business: Articulating the Economics of Composition"
by Margaret Baker Graham, Elizabeth Birmingham, and Mark Zachry
"'The Wasteland Grows'; Or, What is 'Cultural Studies for Composition' and Why Must We Always Speak Good of It?: ParaResponse to Julie Drew" by Victor J. Vitanza
"On Critique, Cultural Studies, and Community: A Regular Sort of Reply to Victor Vitanza"
by Julie Drew
"On the Discipline and Pleasure of Perilous Acts" by Lynn Worsham
"On the Pleasure of Misreading: T. R. Johnson Replies to Lynn Worsham" by T. R. Johnson
"Intentions: Negotiated, Contested, and Ignored by Arabella Lyon" by James E. Seitz
"Composition in the University: Historical and Polemical Essays by Sharon Crowley"
by Raúl Sánchez
"The Resistant Writer: Rhetoric as Immunity, 1850 to the Present by Charles Paine"
by Donna Strickland
"Ethical Dilemmas in Feminist Research: The Politics of Location by Gesa E. Kirsch"
by Jane E. Hindman
"Reality by Design: The Rhetoric and Technology of Authenticity in Education by Joseph Petraglia" by Kate Ronald
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