The James L. Kinneavy Award
Each year at the meeting of the Association of Teachers of Advanced Composition at the
CCCC Convention, JAC presents The James L. Kinneavy Award for the most outstanding article published that year in JAC. The award was generously endowed by the late James Kinneavy, Bloomberg Centennial Professor at the University of Texas.
C. Kendall Theado, "Narrating the Nation: Second Wave Immigration, Literacy, and the Framing
of American Identity."
Stan Harrison, "Combined Development, Not Digital Divide: A Discourse on the Possibility of
Social-Linguistic Emergence in the Age of Viral Capitalism"
Brian Jackson, "Neuroscience and the New Urgency of Emotional Appeals."
Rob Boddice, “The Moral Status of Animals and the Historical Human Cachet.”
Diane Davis, “Greetings: On Levinas and the Wagging Tail.”
Mustapha Marrouchi, “Evental Sites of Resistance.”
Kory Lawson Ching, “Theory and Its Practice in Composition Studies.”
Mustapha Marrouchi, “Out of the Bazaar, into the Club and Far Beyond with
Monsieur Homi Bhabha.”
Karen L. Kopelson. “Tripping Over Our Tropes: Of ‘Passing’ and Postmodern Subjectivity—What’s in a Metaphor?”
Nancy K. Miller. “The Girl in the Photograph: The Vietnam War
and the Making of National Memory.”
Cynthia Haynes. “Writing Offshore: The Disappearing Coastline of Composition Theory.”
Marc Bousquet, “Composition as Management Science: Toward a University without a WPA.”
Susan Searls Giroux, “The Post-9/11 University and the Project of Democracy.”
Henry A. Giroux, “Private Satisfactions and Public Disorders: Fight Club, Patriarchy, and the Politics of Masculine Violence.”
Thomas Rickert, “‘Hands Up, You’re Free’: Composition in a Post-Oedipal World.”
Trimbur, John, “Agency and the Death of the Author: A Partial Defense of Modernism.”
Michael Bernard-Donals, “Ethos, Witness, and Holocaust ‘Testimony’:
The Rhetoric of Fragments.”
D. Diane Davis, “‘Addicted to Love’; Or, Toward an Inessential Solidarity.”
Susan C. Jarratt, “Beside Ourselves: Rhetoric and Representation in Postcolonial Feminist Writing.”
Bruce McComiskey, “Social-Process Rhetorical Inquiry: Cultural Studies Methodologies for Critical Writing about Advertisement.”
Honorable Mention: Pamela K. Gilbert, “Meditations upon Hypertext: A Rhetorethics for Cyborgs.”
Richard E. Miller, “What Does It Mean to Learn? William Bennett, the Educational Testing Service, and a Praxis of the Sublime.”
Honorable Mention: Nancy Welch, “Worlds in the Making: The Literacy Project as Potential Space."
David W. Smit, “Hall of Mirrors: Antifoundationalist Theory and the Teaching of Writing.”
George L. Pullman, “Rhetoric and Hermeneutics: Composition, Invention, and Literature."
Michael Murphy, “After Progressivism: Modern Composition, Institutional Service,and Cultural Studies.”
Honorable Mention: John Trimbur, “Articulation Theory and the Problem of Determination: A Reading of Lives on the Boundary.”
Jasper Neel, “Dichotomy, Consubstantiality, Technical Writing, Literary Theory:
The Double Orthodox Curse.”
Patricia A. Sullivan, “Writing in the Graduate Curriculum: Literary Criticism as Composition.”
Honorable Mention: Joseph Petraglia, “Interrupting the Conversation: The Constructionist Dialogue in Composition.”
Joy S. Ritchie, “Confronting the ‘Essential’ Problem: Reconnecting Feminist Theory and Pedagogy.”
Honorable Mention: Richard M. Coe, “Defining Rhetoric—and Us.”
David Bleich, “Genders of Writing.”
Reed Way Dasenbrock, “Becoming Aware of the Myth of Presence.”
Honorable Mention: William A. Covino, “Defining Advanced Composition: Contributions from the History of Rhetoric.”