restricted access   Volume 5, Issue 2, Spring 2005

Table of Contents

From: Pedagogy

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Editors' Introduction: Vision, Excellence, and the Values of Being Difficult

pp. 167-174


Myths and Realities for Today's College Professors; or, Et in Arcadia Ego

pp. 175-197


Uncommon Ground: Narcissistic Reading and Material Racism

pp. 195-212

Taking Whiteness Personally: Learning to Teach Testimonial Reading and Writing in the College Literature Classroom

pp. 213-246

The Reader's Apprentice: Making Critical Cultural Reading Visible

pp. 247-273

Calling Off the Hounds: Technology and the Visibility of Plagiarism

pp. 275-296

From the Classroom

Reading Students Reading in the Post-Canonical Age

pp. 297-307

Grammar Matters: A Creative Writer's Argument

pp. 304-307

Our Disconnect in Training Teachers

pp. 309-315



Persuasion and Argument: Coterminous?

pp. 317-323

Getting a Clue: Gerald Graff and the Life of the Mind

pp. 323-330

Getting Real about Failure in the Classroom

pp. 331-336


Finding Connections, Seeking Reciprocity: Toward an Inclusive Community of Writing Teachers--Kindergarten to College and Beyond

pp. 339-344

Let Me Tell You about My Perfect Pair of Shoes: Katie Wood Ray and the Urban Elementary Writing Classroom

pp. 344-348

"Layers and Layers" of Teaching Writers' Worskshop: A Response to Katie Wood Ray's The Writing Workshop

pp. 348-352

An (Im)Perfect Match: Katie Wood Ray, English-Education Scholarship, and the Teaching of College Composition

pp. 353-357

Finding Commonalities in a Sea of Difference: A Rhetorician Discovers New Worlds of Writing in Katie Wood Ray's The Writing Workshop

pp. 357-360



pp. 362-364