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Composition Forum: Volume 35: Spring 2017

From the Editors
Christian Weisser, Mary Jo Reiff, and Anis Bawarshi


Kairos, Resilience, and Serendipity: An Interview with Elizabeth Flynn
Tiffany Bourelle

Generating the Field: The Role of Editors in Disciplinary Formation
Cynthia Selfe, Victor Villanueva, and Steve Parks


Proliferating Textual Possibilities: Toward Pedagogies of Critical-Creative Tinkering
Danielle Koupf

Composing Focus: Shaping Temporal, Social, Media, Social Media, and Attentional Environments
Jane Fife

Down the Rabbit Hole: Challenges and Methodological Recommendations in Researching Writing-Related Student Dispositions
Dana Lynn Driscoll, Gwen Gorzelsky, Jennifer Wells, Carol Hayes, Ed Jones, and Steve Salchak

Let’s Disagree (to Agree): Queering the Rhetoric of Agreement in Writing Assessment
Paul Walker

Toward a Pedagogy of Materially Engaged Listening
Christina M. LaVecchia

“Learning Shock” and Student Veterans: Bridging the Learning Environments of the Military and the Academy
Mark Blaauw-Hara

Writing and Rhetoric Majors, Disciplinarity, and Techne
J. Blake Scott and Lisa Meloncon

Program Profiles

Closing the Loop: Strengthening Disciplinary Writing in an English BA Program
Miranda Wilcox

Welcoming Linguistic Diversity and Saying Adios to Remediation: Stretch and Studio Composition at a Hispanic-Serving Institution
Bethany A. Davila and Cristyn L. Elder

Communication for the Health Professions: A Program Profile
Emily Harms, Debbi Johnson, and Sara Rabie

Review Essay

Trying to Contain Ourselves: A Dialogic Review of the MLA Handbook, Eighth Edition
Janice R. Walker and Erin E. Kelly


Review of Nancy Welch and Tony Scott’s Composition in the Age of Austerity
Amy Lynch-Biniek

Review of Sarah Hallenbeck’s Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America
Melissa Nivens

Previous issue: Vol 34, Fall 2016.