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Genre and writing : issues, arguments, alternatives

Genre and writing : issues, arguments, alternatives

Author: Wendy Bishop; Hans A Ostrom
Publisher: Portsmouth, NH : Boynton/Cook-Heinemann, ©1997.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy Bishop; Hans A Ostrom
ISBN: 0867094214 9780867094213
OCLC Number: 37341205
Description: xv, 311 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom --
pt. I. Setting the Scene: Genre and Composition --
1. Preaching What We Practice as Professionals in Writing / Wendy Bishop --
pt. II. Understanding and (Re)Defining Genre --
2. Life of Genre, the Life in the Classroom / Charles Bazerman --
3. Subject of Genre / Thomas P. Helscher --
4. Yin and Yang of Genres / Irvin Peckham --
5. Genre as Language Standard / Amy J. Devitt --
6. Boundary Rhetoric and Disciplinary Genres: Redrawing the Maps in Interdisciplinary Writing / Debra Journet --
Response to Bazerman, Helscher, Peckham, Devitt, and Journet / Carrie Shively Leverenz --
pt. III. Intersection of Politics and Genre: Race and Class Inside and Outside of Classrooms --
7. White Purposes / William Lyne --
8. Deep-Rooted Cane: Consanguinity, Writing, and Genre / Monifa A. Love and Evans D. Hopkins --
pt. IV. Telling Genres: Narratives of Literary History, Rhetoric, and Research --
9. Countee Cullen: How Teaching Rewrites the Genre of "Writer" / Hans Ostrom --
10. (Re)making of Genres: The Heian Example / Lynn K. Miyake --
11. Resisting Consolation: Early American Women Poets and the Elegiac Tradition / Allison Giffen --
12. Genre as Relation: On Writing and Reading as Ethical Interaction / Gregory Clark --
13. Narratives of the Novice: Genres of Naturalistic Research as "Storied Inquiry" / Jane Detweiler --
Response to Jane Detweiler / Carol Severino --
pt. V. Intersection of Politics Within a Genre: Autobiography, Feminism, and Teaching --
14. American Autobiography and the Politics of Genre / Lynn Z. Bloom --
15. Autobiography and Feminist Writing Pedagogy / Wendy S. Hesford --
Response to Wendy Hesford / Eileen Schell --
pt. VI. Genre on Academic Sites: Students, Teachers, and Technologies --
16. Situating "Genre" and Situated Genres: Understanding Student Writing from a Genre Perspective / Aviva Freedman --
17. Territorial Demands of Form and Process: The Case for Student Writing as a Genre / Ruth M. Mirtz --
18. Genre, Antigenre, and Reinventing the Forms of Conceptualization / Brad Peters --
19. Genre in Writing Workshops: Identity Negotiation and Student-Centered Writing / Robert Brooke and Dale Jacobs --
20. Postings on a Genre of Email / Myka-Michael Spooner and Kathleen Yancey --
pt. VII. Intersection of Politics and Genre: Shares and Futures for Graduate Education --
21. Role of Writing in English Graduate Education and the "Nexus of Discourses" / Stephen M. North, Lori Anderson and Barbara Chepaitis --
22. Alternative Genres for Graduate Student Writing / JoAnn Campbell.
Responsibility: edited by Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom.


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