Feminism and Composition: A Critical Sourcebook / Edition 1

Feminism and Composition: A Critical Sourcebook / Edition 1

by Gesa E. Kirsch, Faye Spencer Maor, Lance Massey, Lee Nickoson-Massey
     
 

ISBN-10: 0312407645

ISBN-13: 9780312407643

Pub. Date: 05/28/2003

Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's

Feminism and Composition collects the most influential and frequently cited articles published in feminist composition over the last 25 years. A valuable reference, the volume surveys the history of feminist pedagogy, theory, and research, as well as the politics of the profession.  See more details below

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Feminism and Composition collects the most influential and frequently cited articles published in feminist composition over the last 25 years. A valuable reference, the volume surveys the history of feminist pedagogy, theory, and research, as well as the politics of the profession.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312407643
Publisher:
Bedford/St. Martin's
Publication date:
05/28/2003
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
631
Product dimensions:
6.33(w) x 8.88(h) x 0.98(d)

Table of Contents

Dedication

Acknowledgments

FOREWORD
Forwarding a Feminist Agenda in Writing Studies
GAIL E. HAWISHER

INTRODUCTION
Charting Our Ways in Feminism and Composition
GESA E. KIRSCH, FAYE SPENCER MAOR, LANCE MASSEY, LEE NICKOSON-MASSEY, AND MARY P. SHERIDAN-RABIDEAU


SITUATING THE FIELD
Feminism in Composition: Inclusion, Metonymy, and Disruption
JOY S. RITCHIE AND KATHLEEN BOARDMAN


Part One EARLY FEMINIST VOICES AND VISIONS

Introduction
FAYE SPENCER MAOR

1 Identity and Expression: A Writing Course for Women
FLORENCE HOWE

2 The Feminine Style: Theory and Fact
MARY P. HIATT

3 Teaching Griselda to Write
JOAN BOLKER

4 The Womanization of Rhetoric
SALLYMILLER GEARHART

5 Style as Politics: A Feminist Approach to the Teaching of Writing
PAMELA J. ANNAS

Part Two FEMINIST THEORIES AND RESEARCH


Introduction
MARY P. SHERIDAN-RABIDEAU

6 Confronting the "Essential" Problem: Reconnecting Feminist Theory and Pedagogy
JOY S. RITCHIE

7 Writing Against Writing: The Predicament of Écriture Féminine in Composition Studies
LYNNWORSHAM

8 Feminism and Methodology in Composition Studies
PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN

9 Beyond the Personal: Theorizing a Politics of Location in Composition Research
GESA E. KIRSCH AND JOY S. RITCHIE

10 Beside Ourselves: Rhetoric and Representation in Postcolonial Feminist Writing
SUSAN C. JARRATT

11 Rhetoric, Feminism, and the Politics of Textual Ownership
ANDREA ABERNETHY LUNSFORD

12 Feminist Methods of Research in the History of Rhetoric: What Difference Do They Make?
PATRICIA BIZZELL

13 A View from a Bridge: Afrafeminist Ideologies and Rhetorical Studies
JACQUELINE JONES ROYSTER

REFLECTIVE ESSAY
Revisiting "Confronting the 'Essential' Problem"
JOY S. RITCHIE AND BARBARA DIBERNARD


Part Three GENDER AND FORMS OF WRITING


Introduction
LANCE MASSEY

14 Composing as a Woman
ELIZABETH A. FLYNN

15 Rhetoric in a New Key: Women and Collaboration
ANDREA ABERNETHY LUNSFORD AND LISA EDE

16 Feminism and Composition: The Case for Conflict
SUSAN C. JARRATT

17 Beyond Argument in Feminist Composition
CATHERINE E. LAMB

18 Discourse and Diversity: Experimental Writing Within the Academy
LILLIAN BRIDWELL-BOWLES

19 Recomposing as a Woman—An Essay in Different Voices
TERRY MYERS ZAWACKI

20 Writing Multiplicity: Hypertext and Feminist Textual Politics
DONNA LECOURT AND LUANN BARNES

REFLECTIVE ESSAY
Contextualizing "Composing as a Woman"
ELIZABETH A. FLYNN

REFLECTIVE ESSAY
Reflections on "Feminism and Composition: The Case for Conflict"
SUSAN C. JARRATT

Part Four GENDER, TEACHING, AND IDENTITY


Introduction
FAYE SPENCERMAOR

21 The Other "F" Word: The Feminist in the Classroom
DALE M. BAUER

22 A Symposium on Feminist Experiences in the Composition Classroom
JILL EICHHORN, SARA FARRIS, KAREN HAYES, ADRIANA HERNÁNDEZ, SUSAN C. JARRATT, KAREN POWERS-STUBBS, AND MARIAN M. SCIACHITANO

23 Participatory Rhetoric and the Teacher as Racial/ Gendered Subject
CHERYL L. JOHNSON

24 Rend(er)ing Women's Authority in the Writing Classroom
MICHELLE PAYNE

25 Coming Out in the Classroom: A Return to the Hard Place
MARY ELLIOTT

26 "When and Where I Enter": Race, Gender, and Composition Studies
SHIRLEY WILSON LOGAN

27 Reading and Writing Differences: The Problematic of Experience
MIN-ZHAN LU

28 On Becoming a Woman: Pedagogies of the Self
SUSAN ROMANO

29 Bi, Butch, and Bar Dyke: Pedagogical Performances of Class, Gender, and Sexuality
MICHELLE GIBSON, MARTHA MARINARA, AND DEBORAH MEEM

REFLECTIVE ESSAY
Masks and Other Drapings: A Reconsideration (or Reconciliation?) of "Participatory Rhetoric and the Teacher as Racial/Gendered Subject"
CHERYL L. JOHNSON

Part Five FEMINISM AND THE POLITICS OF THE PROFESSION


Introduction
LEE NICKOSON-MASSEY

30 Learning Our Own Ways to Situate Composition and Feminist Studies in the English Department
WENDY BISHOP

31 Composing "Composing as a Woman": A Perspective on Research
ELIZABETH A. FLYNN

32 The Feminization of Composition
SUSANMILLER

33 Teaching College English as a Woman
LYNN Z. BLOOM

34 The Feminization of Rhetoric and Composition Studies?
JANICE M. LAUER

35 The Feminization of Composition: Questioning the Metaphors That Bind Women Teachers
EILEEN E. SCHELL

36 Gender and Publishing Scholarship in Rhetoric and Composition
THERESA ENOS

REFLECTIVE ESSAY
On "Learning Our Own Ways"
WENDY BISHOP

A Selected Annotated Bibliography in Feminism and Composition

Further Readings in Feminism and Composition

Notes on the Authors

Notes on the Editors

Index

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