Oops, we forgot to announce the August 2011 publication of Composition Forum 24 here. Better late than never! Check it out, if you haven’t already–we’ve got a great interview with Jonathan Alexander, a review essay on e-books, three strong articles and two very useful Program Profiles, and three reviews, including one of Wardle & Downs’s Writing about Writing.
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, articles, and program profiles, CF 22 offers five reviews of new texts of interest to writing scholars and teachers.
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Composition Forum 21 is now available.
This volume features an interview with Cindy Selfe and articles focusing on web literacy and on sustainability in composition. CF 21 also includes two Program Profiles describing writing programs at SUNY Binghamton and the University of Minnesota Duluth. In addition, Volume 21 contains three book reviews and a review essay that examines recent books on activist rhetorics.
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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, Fresno and Eastern Michigan University. In addition, Volume 20 contains reviews of three new books in rhetoric and composition.
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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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