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Vol 11, No 1 (2013): Special Issue on the Future of Writing Centers

Table of Contents

Focus Articles

A Hybrid Discussion of Multiliteracy and Identity Politics PDF HTML
Timothy Ballingall
Who Are “We”? Examining Identity Using the Multiple Dimensions of Identity Model PDF HTML
Alanna Bitzel
Just Writing Center Work in the Digital Age: De Facto Multiliteracy Centers in Dialogue with Questions of Social Justice PDF HTML
Liliana M. Naydan
The Right Time and Proper Measure: Assessing in Writing Centers and James Kinneavy’s “Kairos: A Neglected Concept in Classical Rhetoric.” PDF HTML
Marc Scott
Two’s Company, Three’s a Conversation: A Study of Dialogue among a Professor, a Peer-Writing Fellow, and Undergraduates around Feedback and Writing PDF HTML
Alyssa-Rae Hug
“Should I Take Notes as You Brainstorm?” Examining Consultants’ In-Session Notes PDF HTML
Lamiyah Bahrainwala


From the Editors: Special Issue on The Future of Writing Centers PDF HTML
Sarah Orem, Jacob Pietsch
Translating Normalcy: Tutors Navigating Spaces between Expectations and Experiences for Non-Traditional Students PDF HTML
Jennifer P. Gray

Book Reviews

Review: A Synthesis of Qualitative Studies of Writing Center Tutoring, by Rebecca Day Babcock, Kellye Manning, Travis Rogers, and Courtney Goff PDF HTML
Roger Austin
Review: Peripheral Visions for Writing Centers, by Jackie Grutsch McKinney PDF HTML
Jeremy Smyczek


Call for Papers: Connected Writing PDF HTML

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