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The Rhetoric of Remediation

The Rhetoric of Remediation

American universities have long professed dismay at the writing proficiency of entrants. Jane Stanley examines the “rhetoric of remediation” at the University of California, Berkeley, and reveals the definition of a high need for remediation as a tool by which Cal encouraged or discouraged enrollments in direct correlation to social, economic and political currents throughout the University’s history.

Winner, 2010 MLA Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize

(Re)Writing Craft

(Re)Writing Craft

Composition, Creative Writing, and the Future of English Studies

Tim Mayers explores the nature of the contemporary English department with the intent of drawing connections between the usually separate fields of creative writing and composition studies.

Writing at the End of the World

Writing at the End of the World

Richard E. Miller questions the current views of the relationship between the humanities and daily life, and proposes that, in the face of increasing violence, the humanities should become more important, not less.

Winner of the 2006 CEE James H. Britton Award

Language Of Experience

Language Of Experience

Literate Practices And Social Change

Relying on Gestalt theory, this work describes the relationship between literacy and change in both personal and social situations. It presents historical and contemporary case studies, emphasizing the ways language interacts with perception.

School Choice In Chile

School Choice In Chile

Two Decades of Educational Reform

School Choice in Chile examines the dramatic educational decentralization and privatization of schools in Chile. Given the lack of experience the United States has with school choice, Gauri presents a necessary report that parents, policy analysts in education and social welfare, as well as students of political science, public policy, and education, will find extremely useful.

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