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Our stories matter : liberating the voices of marginalized students through scholarly personal narrative writing

Author: Robert J Nash; Sydnee Viray
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang Publishing, [2013]
Series: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), v. 446.
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Our Stories Matter explains and exemplifies the methodology of Scholarly Personal Narrative (SPN) writing for marginalized, underrepresented, and previously "disappeared" students at all levels of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert J Nash; Sydnee Viray
ISBN: 9781433121142 143312114X 9781433121135 1433121131
OCLC Number: 820942406
Description: xiii, 187 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The who, what, and why of scholarly personal narrative writing --
SPN empowerment for marginalized writers : our lives signify! --
Exploring the three metaphors of oppression in the academy --
How stories teach theories : Sydnee's personal reflections on social justice themes --
Introducing the ten general guidelines for writing scholarly personal narratives --
The four-fold path to liberation in SPN writing : generation, percolation, translation, publication --
The writer's toolbox : practical tips and questions for SPN writers, part one --
The writer's toolbox : practical tips and questions for SPN writers, part two --
Four authors who have lived on the margins and written about it on their own SPN terms, part one --
Four additional authors who have lived on the margins and written about it on their own SPN terms, part two --
Robert's and Sydnee's closing invitation to our readers.
Series Title: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), v. 446.
Other Titles: Liberating the voices of marginalized students through scholarly personal narrative writing
Scholarly personal narrative writing
Responsibility: Robert J. Nash and Sydnee Viray.

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