Writing Together: Collaboration in Theory and Practice / Edition 1

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Overview

Friends since graduate school, Andrea A. Lunsford and Lisa Ede have spent much of their careers writing together. Along the way, they have laid important theoretical groundwork for plural authorship in the humanities. Writing Together features their ground-breaking scholarship on collaboration, audience, rhetorics and feminisms, and writing centers. Five new pieces written especially for this collection reflect on thirty years of co-authorship while looking forward to the changing face of writing and collaboration in the age of participatory media.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312601782
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
  • Publication date: 9/7/2011
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Lisa Ede is Professor of English at Oregon State University and Andrea A. Lunsford is Professor of English at Stanford University. In thirty years of writing together, Ede and Lunsford have co-authored twenty-three articles and book chapters. “Audience Addressed/Audience Invoked: The Role of Audience in Composition Theory and Pedagogy” won the CCCC’s Richard Braddock Award in 1985 and has since been reprinted in ten anthologies on rhetoric and writing. With Robert J. Connors, Ede and Lunsford co-edited Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse, which received the Modern Language Association’s Mina P. Shaughnessy Award. Their first co-authored book, Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing, appeared in 1990.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Confluences 
 
ARTIFACTS OF COLLABORATION

Archival Photographs (1982-2009) 
Four Drafts of a First Page (1993-1995) 
Writing Together Across Technologies (1983-2008)  
Writer’s Block (1991)  
 
Part One WHY WRITE TOGETHER?  
 
1. Why Write…Together? (1983) 
2. Collaboration and Compromise: The Fine Art of Writing with a Friend (1988) 
3. An Interview with Andrea Lunsford and Lisa Ede: Collaboration as a Subversive Activity, interview by Alice Heim Calderonello, Donna Beth Nelson, and Sue Carter Simmons (1991) 
4. Dear Lisa/Dear Andrea: On Friendship and Collaboration (2011)  
 
 Part Two ON COLLABORATION 
 
5. Why Write…Together?: A Research Update (1986) 
6. Intertexts (1990) 
7. Old Beginnings (1990) 
8. Collaborative Writers at Work (1990) 
9. New Beginnings (1990) 
10. Collaborative Authorship and the Teaching of Writing (1992) 
11. Collaboration and Concepts of Authorship (2001) 
12. Collaboration and Collaborative Writing: The View from Here (2011)  
 
Part Three  ON AUDIENCE  
 
13. Audience Addressed/Audience Invoked: The Role of Audience in Composition Theory and Pedagogy (1984) 
14. Representing Audience: “Successful” Discourse and Disciplinary Critique (1996) 
15. “Among the Audience”: On Audience in an Age of New Literacies (2011) 
 
Part Four ON RHETORICS AND FEMINISMS

 
16. On Distinctions Between Classical and Modern Rhetoric (1984) 
17. Rhetoric in a New Key: Women and Collaboration (1990) 
18. Border Crossings: Intersections of Rhetoric and Feminism, with Cheryl Glenn (1995) 
19. Crimes of Writing and Reading (2006) 
20. The First Rhetoric(s) and Feminism(s) Conference and Its Legacy (2011) 
 
Part Five ON WRITING CENTERS  
 
21. Writing as a Social Process: A Theoretical Foundation for Writing Centers? (1989)   [Lisa Ede wrote this piece as a single author.]
22. Collaboration, Control, and the Idea of a Writing Center  (1991)    [Andrea A. Lunsford wrote this piece as a single author.]
23. Some Millennial Thoughts about the Future of Writing Centers (2000)  
24. Collaboration, Community, and Compromise: Writing Centers in Theory and Practice (2011)

 

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