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Composition Forum: Volume 29: Spring 2014

From the Editors
Christian Weisser and Mary Jo Reiff


Feminist Rhetorical Studies—Past, Present, Future: An Interview with Cheryl Glenn
Jessica Enoch


Research as a Recursive Process: Reconsidering The Composing Processes of Unskilled College Writers 35 Years Later
Sondra Perl


Environmental Flux and Locally Focused College Writing
Nathan Shepley

The Costs of Sharing: Attending to Contact in Composition Practices
Matthew Heard

Breaking the Silence: Toward Improving LGBTQ Representation in Composition Readers
John Hudson

Are They Empowered Yet?: Opening Up Definitions of Critical Pedagogy
Heather Thomson-Bunn

Can They Tutor Science? Using Faculty Input, Genre, and WAC-WID to Introduce Tutors to Scientific Realities
Liberty L. Kohn

Writing as Embodied, College Football Plays as Embodied: Extracurricular Multimodal Composing
J. Michael Rifenburg

Getting By: A “Lost Generation” Member’s Local History of the College Extracurriculum
Liz Rohan

Program Profiles

Performing the Groundwork: Building a WEC/WAC Writing Program at The College of St. Scholastica
Heather Bastian

Writing Program Building in a Compromised Space: Relative Agency in a Small College in a Public University System
Michael J. Cripps and Heather M. Robinson

The Graduate Writing Program at the University of Kansas: An Inter-Disciplinary, Rhetorical Genre-Based Approach to Developing Professional Identities
Christine Jensen Sundstrom


Review of Jeff Rice’s Digital Detroit: Rhetoric and Space in the Age of the Network
Liz Rohan

Review of Jill M. Gladstein and Dana Rossman Regaignon’s Writing Program Administration at Small Liberal Arts Colleges
Mark C. Long

Review of Kristin L. Arola and Anne Frances Wysocki’s Composing (Media) = Composing (Embodiment): Bodies, Technologies, Writing, The Teaching of Writing
Jason Palmeri

Previous issue: Vol 28, Fall 2013.