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  Volume 11, Issue 1, Autumn 2016

Table of Contents

Introduction: Envisioning Engaged Infrastructures for Community Writing

pp. 1-9
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Write. Persist. Struggle: Sponsors of Writing and Workers’ Education in the 1930s

pp. 10-21
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A Constructive Approach to Infrastructure: Infrastructure ‘Breakdowns’ and the Cultivation of Rhetorical Wisdom

pp. 22-32
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Cultivating the Flow of Community Literacy

pp. 33-40
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The Powerful Potential of Relationships and Community Writing

pp. 41-53
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Keep Writing Weird: A Call for Eco-Administration and Engaged Writing Programs

pp. 54-63
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Against Infrastructure: Curating Community Literacy in a Jail Writing Program

pp. 64-75
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Unmasking Corporate-Military Infrastructure: Four Theses

pp. 76-93
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From Reciprocity to Interdependence: Mass Incarceration and Service-Learning

pp. 94-105
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Designing an Engaged Swarm: Toward a Techne for Multi-Class, Interdisciplinary Collaborations with Nonprofit Partners

pp. 106-117
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Working within the System: The Effects of Standardized Testing on Education Outreach and Community Writing

pp. 118-126
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Staging Stories that Heal: Boal and Freire in Engaged Composition

pp. 127-137
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Narrative Medicine: Community Poetry Heals Young and Old

pp. 138-145
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Building Infrastructures for Community Engagement at the University of Louisville: Graduate Models for Cultivating Stewardship

pp. 146-156
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A Writing Retreat at the Intersection of WAC and Civic Engagement

pp. 157-163
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Conference on College Composition and Communication: April 2016 (replaces the CCCC Position Statement on Faculty Work in Community-Based Settings, November 2014)

pp. 164-170
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