Posted by – June 24, 2010
The newest volume of Composition Forum is now available!
Volume 22 features an interview with Susan Jarratt and articles focusing on pedagogical theory in composition. This volume also includes two program profiles describing writing programs at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and at Oakland University.
Along with the interview, case articles, and program profiles, CF 22 offers five reviews of new texts of interest to writing scholars and teachers.
Thanks for visiting the journal! We welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.
Posted by – March 16, 2010
Composition Forum will participate in the Research Network Forum at this year’s CCCC Convention in Louisville, KY. Join us on Wednesday, March 17th from 1:30-2:45 in Ballroom V at the Louisville Marriott.
We would love to hear about your scholarly work and to tell you a bit about Composition Forum‘s features and future plans. Look for CF Editor Christian Weisser at the Editors’ Roundtable.
The newest volume of Composition Forum is now available at the “Current Issue” link above.
This volume features an interview with Gary Olson and three articles focusing on different dimensions of the academic work of writing specialists. CF 20 also includes two Program Profiles describing the first year writing programs at California State University, for sale Fresno and Eastern Michigan University. In addition, Volume 20 contains reviews of three new books in rhetoric and composition.
Thanks for visiting the journal, and we welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.
Posted by – October 9, 2008
It is a great pleasure to welcome Mary Jo Reiff to the Composition Forum staff. Mary Jo will join Anis Bawarshi as a Programs Editor, mind and she will help Anis develop and publish more great Program Profiles in the future. Mary Jo brings to the position her expertise as Director of Composition at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
Welcome, Mary Jo!
We’ve just finished creating Volume 18 of Composition Forum, which contains three essays, two program profiles, and four book reviews. In my completely biased opinion, this is one of our best volumes yet.
I’m also thrilled to announce the appointment of Michelle Ballif as Managing Editor and Anis Bawarshi as Programs Editor. Michelle has been with the journal for several years and has graciously agreed to take on more responsibility, while Anis has just begun working with us. Welcome, Anis!
For more information about the contents of this newest volume and about the changes taking place at CF, please visit our From the Editors page. And don’t forget to bookmark our new location: http://compositionforum.com/
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