This volume is perhaps the most important and significant contribution yet made in rhetoric and composition to critical race studies.
Table of Contents
1. Blood and Scholarship: One Mixed-Blood's Story, M. Powell
News-Surfing the Race Question: Of Bell Curves, Words, and Rhetorical Metaphors, M. Carstarphen
Terrorists, Madmen, and Religious Fanatics? Revisiting Orientalism and Racist Rhetoric, A. Wardi
Higher Learning: Composition's Racialized Reflection, K. Gilyard
Fighting Back by Writing Black: Beyond Racially Reductive Composition Theory, D. Holmes
Racing (Erasing) White Privilege in Teacher/Research Writing About Race, A. Goodburn
Power, Conflict, and Contact: Re-constructing Authority in the Classroom, R. Murray, Jr.
Coming to Voice: "Anger Disguised and Complex, Not Anger Simple and Open," B. Peters
Removing Masks: Confronting Graceful Evasion and Bad Habits in a Graduate English Class, G. Okawa
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