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From the PublisherThis slim but powerful volume deserves the attention of anyone who assigns essays, particularly to first-year college students. But it also raises a variety of fundamental questions about teaching and learning in theology and religion.— Teaching Theology and Religion
"The Way Literacy Lives ... presents a groundbreaking new perspective to Basic Writing Studies and to the field of Rhetoric and Composition."— Issues in Writing
"...Carter provides a powerful lens to refocus the way literacy is taught and learned ... A challenging but worthwhile book."— CHOE
"This book is a critical addition to research in literacy studies and basic writing. Weaving together contemporary theory with rich personal experiences, Carter's text offers a fresh perspective that is sure to engage many teachers and researchers."— Laura Gray-Rosendale, author of Pop Perspectives: Readings to Critique Contemporary Culture"