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Composition Theory – 1979-1990: Berlin to Fulkerson

Writing from 1979, James Berlin identified the following ideological divergence in contemporary composition theory, “Rhetorical theories differ from each other in the way writer, reality, audience, and language are conceived–both as separate units and in the way the units relate … Continue reading

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Literatures of ‘Contact Zones’

The readings for this week seemed to be primarily concerned with classifications of pedagogies. What kinds of teachers are we? What kinds of teachers should we be? Berlin[1], in particular, set out somewhat rigid categories of pedagogical style; but the … Continue reading

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