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Articles

"Class Consciousness and the Junior College Movement: Creating a Docile Workforce"
by William DeGenaro (unavailable online)

"You Say You Want a Revolution? 'Happenings' and the Legacy of the 1960s for Composition Studies" by Rebecca Brittenham

"Discourses of Disability in the Digest" by Ellen Barton

"Breaking into the Movies: Pedagogy and the Politics of Film" by Henry A. Giroux

Response Essays

"The Cash Value of Paradox: Žižek’s Rhetoric" by Jeffrey T. Nealon

"Passing on Popular Culture: 'Art for Lacan’s Sake'" by Robert Miklitsch

"Slavoj Žižek’s Naked Politics: Opting for the Impossible, A Secondary Elaboration"
by Peter McLaren

"Our Daily Fantasies and Fetishes" by Slavoj Žižek

"Writing the Act, Reading the Act: A Response to Thomas Rickert" by Judith Goleman

"Disrupting Understanding: The Critique of Writing as Process" by Debra Jacobs

Review Essays

"'It’s Messy but It Works': Talking About New Media" by Johndan Johnson-Eilola

"Exposing the Body" by Marika Seigel

Reviews

"Terms of Work for Composition: A Materialist Critique by Bruce Horner" by Dennis A. Lynch

"Class Politics: The Movement for the Students’ Right to Their Own Language by Stephen Parks" by Donald Lazere

"Class Politics: The Movement for the Students’ Right to Their Own Language by Stephen Parks" by Jerrie Cobb Scott and Valerie Felita Kinloch

"Beyond Ebonics: Racial Pride and Linguistic Prejudice by John Baugh" by Arthur L. Palacas

"'We Are Coming': The Persuasive Discourse of Nineteenth-Century Black Women by Shirley Wilson Logan" by Nan Johnson

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