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Part I: Appropriating Pedagogy
1. Who Writes in a Cultural Studies Class? or, Where is the Pedagogy?
Henry A. Giroux
2. Politics, Writing, Writing Instruction, Public Space, and the English Language
Part II: Expropriating the Powers of Language
3. Teaching "Myth, Difference, and Popular Culture"
Joseph C. Bodziock and Christopher Ferry
4. Gravedigging : Excavating Cultural Myths
Colleen M. Tremonte
5. Constructing Art & Facts: The Art of Composition, the Facts of (Material) Culture
6. Recovering "I Have a Dream"
Keith D. Miller, Gerardo de los Santos, and Ondra Witherspoon
Part III: (Re)Writing Cultural Texts
7. Making and Taking Apart "Culture" in the (Writing) Classroom
8. Monday Night Football : Entertainment or Indoctrination?
Todd Sformo and Barbara Tudor
9. Pee-Wee, Penley, and Pedagogy, or, Hands-On Feminism in The Writing Classroom
Part IV: Practicing Rhetorics
10. Feminists in Action: How to PracticeWhat We Teach
11. Teaching Rhetoric as a Way of Knowing
Peter J. Caulfield
12. Freirean Pedagogy, Cultural Studies, and the Initiation of Students to Academic Discourse
Raymond A. Mazurek
13. Teaching the Conflicts about Wealth and Poverty
Part V: Teaching for Social Change
14. Pedagogy, Resistance, and Critique in the Composition Class
15. The Pedagogy of Pleasure 2: The Me-in-Crisis
16. Contested Terms, Competing Practices: Language Education and Social Change
Mary Beth Hines
17. Teaching Against Racism in the Radical College Composition Classroom: A Reply to a Student
Robert Andrew Nowlan
18. A Ratio Studiorum for the Postcolonialist's Classroom
John C. Hawley, S.J.
Part VI: Rereading, Rethinking, Responding
19. Empty Pedagogical Space and Silent Students
20. The Dilemma of Oppositional Pedagogy: A Response
Colleen M. Tremonte, Paul Gutjahr, Kathleen Dixon, Christopher Wise, Peter J. Caulfield, Raymond A. Mazurek, Adam Katz, Mary Beth Hines, John C. Hawley, S.J.
Karen Fitts and Alan W. France
Notes and References