FSE Library Holdings by Subject


Administering Writing Programs [AWP]

  • Bridges, Charles W., ed. Training the New Teacher of College Composition. (2c.)
  • Connolly, Paul & Vilardi, eds. New Methods in College Writing Programs: Theories in Practice.
  • Hilgers, Thomas L., & Marsella, Joy. Making Your Writing Program Work: A Guide to Good Practices.
  • Janagelo, J. & Hansen, Kristine, eds. Resituating Writing: Constructing and Administering Writing Programs.
  • Ohio State University Center for Teaching Excellence. Employment and Education of Teaching Assistants.
  • Smagorinsky, Peter & Whiting, Melissa E. How English Teachers Get Taught: Methods of Teaching the Methods Class.
  • White, Edward M. Developing Successful College Writing Programs. (2c.)
  • Witte, Stephen Pl & Faigley, Lester. Evaluating College Writing Programs.

Basic Writing [BW]

  • Bartholomae, D. & Petrosky, A. Facts, Artifacts, and Counterfacts.
  • Dragga, Sam & Gong, Gwendolyn. A Writer's Repertoire.
  • Enos, Thersa, ed. A Sourcebook for Basic Writing Teachers. (2c.)
  • Gorrell, Donna. Copy/Write: Basic Writing Through Controlled Composition.
  • Kasden, Lawrence N. & Hoeber, eds. Basic Writing: Essays for Teachers, Researchers, Administrators. (2c.)
  • Rubin, Donald. Talking Into Writing.
  • Shaugnessy, Mina P. Error and Expectations. (3c.)

Collaborative Learning [CL]

  • Barr-Reagan, Sally et. al eds.. Writing With: New Directions in Collaborative Teaching, Learning and Research.
  • Brooke, Robert et al. Small Groups in Writing Workshops: Invitations to a Writer's Life.
  • Ede, Lisa & Lunsford, Andrea. Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing.
  • Golub, Jeffrey N., ed. Focus on Collaborative Learning.
  • Spear, Karen. Sharing Writing: Peer Response Groups in English Classes. (2c.)

Composition Theory [CT]

  • Anson, Chris M., ed. Writing and Response: Theory Practice, and Research.
  • Babin, Emily and Kimberly Harrison. Contemporary Composition Studies: a Guide to Theorists and Terms.
  • Benesch, Sarah. Critical English for Academic Purposes: Theory, Politics, and Practice.
  • Berlin, James A. Rhetoric and Reality: Writing Instruction in American Colleges 1900-1985.
  • Bitzer, Lloyd F. & Black, E., eds. The Prospect of Rhetoric.
  • Clifford and Schilb. Writing Theory and Critical Theory.
  • Connors, Robert, Ede, Lisa S., & Lunsford, Andrea, eds. Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse.
  • Crowley, Sharon. Composition and the University: Historical and Polemical Essays.
  • Crusius, Timothy W. Discourse: A Critique and Synthesis of Major Theories. (2c.)
  • D'Angelo, Frank J. A Conceptual Theory of Rhetoric.
  • Devitt, Amy J. Writing Genres.
  • Devitt, Amy, Reiff, Mary Jo, & Bawarshi, Anis. Scenes of Writing: Strategies for Composing with Genres.
  • Ede, Lisa. Work in Progress: A Guide to Writing and Revising.
  • Ede, Lisa. The Braddock Essays: 1975-1998.
  • Elbow, Peter. Writing With Power.
  • Farmer, Frank. Saying and Silence: Listening to Composition with Bakhtin.
  • Farris, Christine, & Anson, Chris A., eds. Under Construction: Working at the Intersections of Composition Theory, Research, and Practice.
  • Flower, Linda. Problem-Solving Strategies for Writing. 3rd ed.
  • Foss, Sonja K., Foss, Karen A., & Trapp, Robert. Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric. 2nd ed.
  • Freedman, Aviva, & Pringle, Ian, eds. Reinventing the Rhetorical Tradition.
  • Friere, Paulo. Pedagogy of the Oppressed.
  • Goggin, Maureen Daly, ed. Inventing a Discipline: Rhetoric Scholarship in Honor of Richard E. Young.
  • Harkin, Patricia & Schilb, John. Contending With Words.
  • Harris, Joseph. A Teaching Subject: Composition since 1996.
  • Hartwell, Patrick. Open to Language.
  • Hartwell, Patrick, & BENTLEY, Robert H. Open to Language: A New College Rhetoric.
  • Hays, Janice. The Writer's Mind.
  • Hedengren, Beth Finch. A TA’s Guide to Teaching Writing in All Disciplines.
  • Hirsch, E. D., Jr. The Philosophy of Composition.
  • Johnson, Michael L. Education on the Wild Side.
  • Kinneavy, James L. A Theory of Discourse. (2c.)
  • Knoblauch, C. H. and Lillian Brannon. Rhetorical Traditions and the Teaching of Writing.
  • Lunsford, Andrea, & Ede, Lisa. Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing.
  • Michaels, Leonard & Ricks, C., eds. The State of the Language.
  • MILLER, Susan, ed. The Norton Book of Composition Studies.
  • Murphy, James, ed. A Short History of Writing Instruction: From Ancient Greece to Modern America. 2nd ed.
  • North, Stephen M. Making of Knowledge in Composition.
  • Olson, Gary & Dobrin, Sidney, eds. Composition Theory for the Postmodern Classroom.
  • Owens, Derek. Composition and Sustainability: Teaching for a Threatened Generation.
  • Perl, Sondra, ed. Landmark Essays on Writing Process.
  • Rose, Mike. Possible Lives: The Promise of Public Education in America.
  • Russell, David R. Writing in the Academic Disciplines 1870-1990: A Curricular History. 
  • Sanchez, Raul. The Function of Theory in Composition Studies.
  • Swales, John M. Genre Analysis: English in the Academic and Research Settings.
  • Tanner, William E., & Bishop, J. Dean, eds. Rhetoric and Change.
  • Tassoni, John P. and William Thelin. Blundering for a Change: Errors and Expectations in Critical Pedagogy.
  • Tate, Gary et. al. eds. A Guide to Composition Pedagogies.
  • Taylor, Todd. Take 20: Teaching Writing A Film.
  • Toulmin, Stephen. The Uses of Argument.
  • Villanueva, Victor ed. Cross-Talk in Comp Theory: a Reader. 2nd ed.
  • Walvoord, Barbara E, & McCarthy, Lucille P. Thinking and Writing in College: A Naturalistic Study of Students in Four Disciplines.
  • Winterwood, W. Ross and Blum, Jack. Composition in the Rhetorical Tradition.

Creative and Critical Thinking [CCT]

Belenky, Mar Field, et al. Women's Ways of Knowing: Development of Self, Voice and Mind.

Berthoff, Ann E. forming, thinking, writing: the Composing Imagination.

Brannon et. al. Writers Writing

Jaynes, Julian. Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind.

LeFevre, Daren Burke. Invention as a Social Act.

Perl, Sondra. Felt Sense: Writing with the Body.

Rico, Gabreile Lusser. Writing the Natural Way.

Root, Robert L., & Steinberg, Michael, eds. The Fourth Genre: Contemporary Writers of/on Creative Nonfiction. 2nd ed.

Shor, Ira. Empowering Education: Critical Teaching for Social Change.

Starkey, David ed. Teaching Writing Creatively.


Curriculum Issues [CI]

  • Barnet, Sylvan & Bedau, Hugh. Current Issues and Enduring Questions.
  • Beckett, Frederic E. College Composition: The Course Where a Student Doesn't Learn to Write.
  • Hillocks, George Jr., ed. English Curriculum Under Fire: What Are the Real Basics?
  • Huff, Roland & Kline, Charles R. Contemporary Writing Curriculum: Rehearsing, Composing, and Valuing. (2c.)
  • Shamoon, Linda K., et al., eds. Coming of Age: The Advanced Writing Curricular.

Learning Disabilities [LD]

  • Bond, Guy L., et al. Reading Difficulties: Their Diagnosis and Correction.
  • Newton, Margaret & Thomson, Michael. Dyslexia: A Guide for Teachers and Parents.
  • Roueche, John E. & Snow, Jerry. Overcoming Learning Problems. (2c.)

Language [LG]

  • Allen, Harold B. & Linn, Michael. Readings in Applied English Linguistics. 3rd ed.
  • Bakhtin, M.M., & Holquist, M., eds. The Dialogic Imagination.
  • Bakhtin, M.M., Caryl, Emerson, Holquist, M., eds; trans. Vern McGEE. Speech Genres and Other Late Essays.
  • Bolton, W.F. A Living Language: The History and Structure of English.
  • Britto, James. Language and Learning: The Importance of Speech in Children’s Development.
  • Brown, Gillian, & Yule, George. Discourse Analysis.
  • Clark, Katerina, & Holquist, Michael. Mikhail Bakhtin.
  • Cooper, Charles R. & Greenbaum, S., eds. Studying Writing: Linguistic Approaches.
  • de Beaugrande, Robert, & Dressler, Wolfgang. Introduction to Text Linguistics.
  • Dillard, J.L. Black English: Its History and Usage in the United States.
  • Fabb, Nigel, et al., eds. The Linguistics of Writing: Arguments Between Language and Literature.
  • Foucault, Michael; trans. A. M. Sheridan Smith. The Archaeology of Knowledge and the Discourse on Language.
  • Giglioli, Pier Paolo, ed. Language and Social Context.
  • Gill, Ann. Rhetoric and Human Understanding.
  • Halliday, M.A.K., & Hasan, R. Cohesion in English.
  • Halliday, M.A.K. Language as Social Semiotic: The Social Interpretation of Language and Meaning. [LG]
  • Halliday, M.A.K., & Hasan, Ruqaiya. Language, Context, and Text: Aspects of Language in a Social-Semiotic Perspective.
  • Heath, Shirley. Ways with Words: Language, Life, and Work in Communities and Classrooms.
  • Heatherington, Madelon E. How Language Works.
  • Holquist, M. Dialogism: Bakhtin and His World.
  • Labov, William. Sociolinguistic Patterns. [LG]
  • Laird, Charlton. Language in America.
  • Lakoff, George, & Johnson, Mark. Metaphors We Live By. [LG]
  • Lester, Mark. Grammar in the Classroom.
  • Lightfoot, David. The Language Lottery: Toward a Biology of Grammars
  • Liles, Bruce L. A Basic Grammar of Modern English.
  • Mencken, H.L. The American Language.
  • Milroy, James, & Milroy, Lesley. Authority in Language: Investigating Language Prescription and Standardisation.
  • Morson, Gary Saul, ed. Bakhtin: Essays and Dialogues on His Work.
  • Nystrand, Mark. What Writer's Know: The Language, Process and Structure of Written Discourse.
  • Squire, James R., ed. The Dynamics of Language Learning.

Literacy [LY]

  • Bailey, Richard W. & Fosheim, ed. Literacy for Life: The Demand for Reading and Writing. (3c.)
  • Barton, David et. al, eds. Situated Literacies: Reading and Writing in Context.
  • Copperman, Paul. Literacy Hoax: The Decline of Reading, Writing, and Learning in the Public Schools.
  • Hawisher, Gail E. & Soter, eds. On Literacy and Its Teaching.
  • Hourigan, Maureen M. Literacy as Social Change: Intersections of Class, Gender, and Culture.
  • Lanham, Richard A. Literacy and the Survival of Humanism.
  • Lunsford, A., Moglen, H., & Slevin, eds. The Right to Literacy.
  • Massaro, Toni Marie. A Core Curriculum for Constitutional Literacy: A Multicultural Nation.
  • Ochsner, Robert S. Physical Eloquence and the Biology of Writing.
  • Olson, David R., et al, eds. Literacy, Language, and Learning.
  • Pattison, Robert. On Literacy: The Politics of the Word from Homer to Age of Rock.
  • Stuckey, Elspeth. The Violence of Literacy.
  • Tibbetts, Arn & Charlene. What's Happening to American English?
  • Walvoord, Barbara E. Fassler. Helping Students Write Well: A Guide for Teachers in All Disciplines.
  • Ward, Irene. Literacy, Ideology, and Dialogue: Towards a Dialogic Pedagogy.
  • Wheeler, Thomas C. The Great American Writing Block: Causes and Cures of the New Illiteracy.

Literature [LT]

  • Atkins, G. Douglas, & Morrow, Laura, eds. Contemporary Literary Theory.
  • Bakhtin, M.M., & Medvedev, P.N.; trans. Albert Wehrle. The Formal Method in Literary Scholarship: A Critical Introduction to Sociological Poetics.
  • Bakhtin, Mikhail; trans. Caryl Emerson, ed. Problems of Dosteovsky’s Poetics.
  • Birkerts, et. al. Literature: The Evolving Canon.
  • Davis, James E. & Salamone, Ronald E. Teaching Shakespeare Today: Practical Approaches and Productive Strategies.
  • Fish, Stanley. Is There a Text in This Class?: The Authority of Interpretive Communities.
  • Fish, Stanley. Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.
  • Lohafer, Susan & Clarey, Jo, eds. Short Story Theory at a Crossroads.
  • Lopate, Phillip, ed. The Art of the Personal Essay: An Anthology from the Classical Era to the Present.
  • Neumann, Bonnie H. & McDonnell, Helen M. Teaching the Short Story: A Guide to Using Stories from Around the World.
  • Oliver, Eileen Iscoff. Crossing the Mainstream: Multicultural Perspectives in Teaching Literature.
  • Roberts, Philip Davies. How Poetry Works.
  • Rosenblatt, Louise M. Literature as Exploration.
  • Rosenthal, M. L. The Modern Poets
  • Rosenthal, M. L. The New Poets
  • Scholes, Robert, Comley, Nancy R., & Ulmer, Gregory L. Text Book: Writing through Literature.
  • Todorov, Tzvetan; trans. Catherine Porter. Literature and Its Theorists: A Personal View of Twentieth-Century Criticism. [LT]
  • Todorov, Tzvetan; trans. Wlad Godzich. Mikhail Bakhtin: The Dialogical Principle.

Miscellaneous [M]

  • Beardsley, Monroe C. Modes of Argument.
  • Berger, Peter L. & Luckmann, Thomas. The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge.
  • Graff, Gerald, & Gibbons, Reginald, eds. Criticism in the University.
  • Fulwiler, Toby. College Writing.
  • Klement and Matalene. Telling Stories/Taking Risks: Journalism Writing at the Century's Edge.
  • Macrorie, Ken. Telling Writing.
  • McWhorter, Kathleen T. College Reading and Study Skills, 6th ed.
  • Tate, Gary & Corbett, Edward, eds. Teaching High School Composition.
  • Walter/Smith. The Mountain is High (Unless You Take the Elevator).
  • Wright, Mary. Thompson Handbook Workbook. (2 c.)

Professional and Technical Writing [PTW]

  • Davis, Michael. Manuals That Work.
  • Frank, F.W. & Treichler, P.A. Language, Gender, and Professional Writing: Theoretical Approaches.
  • Hult, Christine A. Research and Writing in the Sciences and Technology.
  • Kogen, Myra, ed. Writing in the Business Professions.
  • Matalene, Carolyn B., ed. Worlds of Writing: Teaching and Learning in Discourse Communities of Work.
  • Michaelson, Herbert B. How to Write and Publish Engineering Paper and Reports. 3rd ed.
  • Odell, Lee, & Goswami, Dixie, eds. Writing in Nonacademic Settings.
  • Oliu, Walter E., et al. Writing That Works. 3rd ed.
  • Reynolds, John Frederick, et al. Professional Writing in Context: Lessons from Teaching and Consulting in Worlds of Work.
  • Spilka, Rachel, ed. Writing in the Workplace: New Research Perspectives.
  • Winsor, Dorothy A. Writing Like an Engineer: A Rhetorical Education.

Professional Issues

  • Applebee, Arthur N. Tradition and Reform in the Teaching of English: A History.
  • Bazerman, Charles, ed. The Informed Reader: Contemporary Issues in the Disciplines.
  • Berube, Michael, & Nelson, C., eds. Higher Education Under Fire: Politics, Economics, and the Crises of the Humanities.
  • Bestor, Dorothy K. Aside from Teaching English, What in the World Can You Do? (2c.)
  • Bullock, Richard and John Trimbur, eds. Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary.
  • Dethier, Brock. The Composition Instructor's Survival Guide
  • Geisler, Cheryl. Academic Literacy and the Nature of Expertise.
  • Hult, Christine A. Evaluating Teachers of Writing.
  • Kernan, Alvin. In Plato's Cave.
  • Lloyd-Jones, Richard & Lunsford, Andrea, eds. The English Coalition Conference: Democracy Through Language.
  • Marshall, Margaret. Response to Reform: Composition and Professionalization of Teaching.
  • Ohmann, Richard. English in American: A Radical View of the Profession.
  • Rose, Mike. Lives on the Boundary.
  • Schell, Eileen and Patricia Lambert, eds. Moving a Mountain: Transforming the Role of Contingent Faculty in Composition Studies in Higher Education.
  • Van Note Chism, Nancy. Instructional Responsibilities and Response in the Employment and Education of Teaching Assistants: Readings from a National Conference.
  • Wyman, Roger E. & Risser, N., et al. Humanities, PhDs and Nonacademic Careers.

Reading and Writing [R&W]

  • Bazerman, Charles and Paul Prior, eds. What Writing Does and How It Does It.
  • Bean, John C., Chappell, Virginia A., & Gillam, Alice M., eds. Reading Rhetorically: A Reader for Writers.
  • Brannon, et al. Writer's Writing. 
  • Brent, Doug. Reading as Rhetorical Invention: Knowledge, Persuasion, and the Teaching of Research-Based Writing.
  • Collins, James L., ed. Vital Signs: Bringing Together Reading and Writing.
  • Flynn, Elizabeth A., & Schweckart, Patrocinio P., eds. Gender and Reading: Essays on Readers, Text, and Contexts.
  • Helmers, Marguerite, ed. Intertexts: Reading Pedagogy in College Writing Classrooms.
  • Horner, Winifred Bryan, ed. Composition and Literature: Bridging the Gap.
  • Iser, Wolfgang. The Implied Reader.
  • Kahn, Elizabeth A., Walter, & Johannessen. Writing About Literature. (2c.)
  • Newkirk, Thomas, ed. Only Connect: Uniting Reading and Writing.
  • Petersen, Bruce T., ed. Convergences: Transactions in Reading and Writing.
  • Smith, Frank. Understanding Reading. 3rd ed.
  • Suleiman, Susan R., &Crosman, Inge, eds. The Reader in the Text.
  • Tompkins, Jane P., ed. Reader-Response from Formalism to Post-Structuralism Criticism.

Research in Composition [RC]

  • Beach, Richard & Bridwell, L., eds. New Directions in Composition Research.
  • Booth, Wayne C., Columb, Gregory G., & Williams, Joseph M. The Craft of Research.
  • Britton, James, et al. The Development of Writing Abilities (11-18).
  • College Entrance Examination Board. Measurement of Writing Ability.
  • Connors, Robert and Cheryl Glenn. The St. Martin's Guide to Teaching Writing. 2nd &3rd editions
  • Cooper, Charles R. The Nature and Measurement of Competency in English.
  • Cooper, Charles R. and Lee Odell. Evaluating Writing.
  • Cooper, Charles R and Lee Odell. Research on Composing: Points of Departure.
  • Diederich, Paul B. Measuring Growth in English. (2c.)
  • Hawisher, Gail & Selfe, Cynthia. Longman Bibliography of Composition and Rhetoric. (1991 & 1992).
  • Hillocks, George Jr. Research on Written Composition.
  • Lauer, Janice M. & Asher, William J. Composition Research: Empirical Designs.
  • Lindemann, Erika. Longman Bibliography of Composition and Rhetoric.
  • Lindeman, Erika. Longman Bibliography of Composition and rhetoric, 1984-1985.
  • McClelland, Ben W. & Donovan, T. Perspectives on Research and Scholarship in Composition.
  • Moran, Michael G. & Lunsford, Ron,eds. Research in Composition and Rhetoric.
  • Mortensen, Peter, & Kirsch, Gesa E., eds. Ethics and Representation in Qualitative Studies of Literacy.
  • Myers, Miles. Teacher Researcher: How to Study Writing in the Classroom.
  • Severino, Guerra & Butler. Writing in Multicultural Settings.
  • White, Lutz & Kamusikiri. Assessment of Writing.
  • White, Edward M. Teaching and Assessing Writing. (2nd ed.)

Reference Books [REF]

  • Composition Chronicle. (March '88-December '89-January '90)
  • DeVries, Mary A. Secretary's Standard Reference Manual and Guide.
  • Enos, Theresa. Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition.
  • Fiske, Robert Harwell. Guide to Concise Writing.
  • Flood, James, et al. Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts (1991).
  • Fowler, H.W. Dictionary of Modern English Usage. 2nd ed.
  • Gibalke, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th edition.
  • Lazarus, Arnold & Smith, H. Wendell. A Glossary of Literature and Composition.
  • Miller, Casey. Handbook of Nonsexist Writing.
  • Morris, William & Morris, M., eds. Harper Dictionary of Contemporary Usage.
  • Wentworth, H. & Flexner, S., eds. Dictionary of American Slang.

Service Learining [SL]

  • Adler-Kassner, Linda et. al. Service Learning in the Disciplines.

Teaching [T]

  • Adams, Katherine & John L. Teaching Advanced Composition: Why and How.
  • Adler-Kassner, Linda, Crooks, Robert, & WATTERS, Ann, eds. Writing the Community: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Composition.
  • Anson, Chris M. et al. Scenarios for Teaching Writing.
  • Appleton. The College Teaching of English.
  • Atkins, G. Douglas, & Johnson, Michael L., eds. Writing and Reading Differently: Deconstruction and the Teaching of Composition and Literature.
  • Barnes, et. al. Teaching and the Case Method.
  • Barnet, Timothy. Teaching Argument in the Composition Course.
  • Belanoff, Pat & Dickson, Marcia, eds. Portfolios: Process and Product.
  • Berthoff, Ann E. The Making of Meaning: Metaphors, Models and Maxims for Writing.
  • Blakesley, David & Hoogeveen, Jeffrey. Prepared by Karper, Erin. Thompson Handbook Instructor Flex-Files, The. (2 c.)
  • Brookfield, Stephen F. Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher.
  • Buranen, Lise and Alice M. Roy, eds. Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World.
  • Bushman, John H. The Teaching of Writing.
  • Cazden, Courtney B. Classroom Discourse: The Language of Teaching and Learning.
  • Cole, Michael et al., eds. L.S. Vygotsky Mind in Society: The Development of Higher Psychological Processes.
  • Corbett, Edward P.J. Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student.
  • Corbett, Edward P. Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student. 2nd ed.
  • Costanzo, William V. Reading the Movies: Twelve Great Films on Video and How to Teach Them.
  • Davis, James P. Writing with Sources: Paraphrasing, Quoting, and Plagiarism.
  • Deans, Thomas. Writing Partnerships: Service-Learning in Composition.
  • Deen, Rosemary, & Ponsot, Marie. The Common Sense: What to Write, How to Write It, and Why.
  • Donovan, Timothy R. & McClelland, eds. Eight Approaches to Teaching Composition. (2c.)
  • Downing, David. Changing Classroom Practices.
  • Eble, Kenneth E. The Craft of Teaching.
  • Flynn, Thomas and Mary King. Dynamics of the Writing Conference: Social and Cognitive Interactions.
  • Foster, David. A Primer for Writing Teachers.
  • Freedman, Aviva & Medway, Peter. Learning and Teaching Genre.
  • Freedman, Sarah Warshauer. Response to Student Writing.
  • Fulwiler, Toby, ed. The Journal Book.
  • Gillespie, Paula & Lerner, Neal. Allyn and Bacon Guide to Peer Tutoring, The.
  • Goldman, Stephen H., & HIRSCH, Bernard. The Essay: Readings for the Writing Process.
  • Gowen, James A. English Review Manual: A Program for Self-Instruction.
  • Graves, Richard L., ed. Rhetoric and Composition: A Sourcebook for Teachers.
  • Graves, Richard, ed. Writing, Teaching, Learning: a Sourcebook.
  • Guth, Hans P. English Today and Tomorrow. (2c.)
  • Hoffman, Eric & Scheidenhelm, Carol. Introduction to Teaching Composition in an Electronic Environment, An.
  • Hook, J.N., et al. What Every English Teacher Should Know.
  • Hunter, Susan & Wallace, Ray. The Place of Grammar in Writing Instruction.
  • Irmscher, William F. Teaching Expository Writing.
  • Judy, Stephen N. & Susan J. An Introduction to the Teaching of Writing.
  • Karper, Erin, preparer. Blakesley, David & Hoogeveen, Jeffrey. Thompson Handbook Instructor Flex-Files (2 c.)
  • Kitzhaber, Albert. Themes, Theories, and Therapy: Teaching of Writing in College. (2c.)
  • Klaus, Carl & Jones, Nancy, ed. Courses for Change in Writing.
  • Lambert, Leo M., Tice, Stacey Lane, & Featherstone, Patricia H. University Teaching: A Guide for Graduate Students.
  • Laque, Carol Feiser & Sherwood, P. A Laboratory Approach to Writing. (2c.)
  • Lindemann, Erika. A Rhetoric for Writing Teachers.4th edition
  • Lowman, Joseph. Mastering the Techniques of Teaching.
  • McKeachie, Wilbert. Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and Theory for College.
  • Moffett, James. Coming on Center. 2nd ed.
  • Moffett, James. Teaching the Universe of Discourse.
  • Murphy, James L. - Short History of Writing Instruction.
  • Murray, Donald M. Expecting the Unexpected: Teaching Myself and Others to Read and Write.
  • Murray, Donald M. Learning by Teaching: Selected Articles on Writing and Teaching.
  • Murray, Donald M. A Writer Teaches Writing. 2nd ed.
  • Myers, Miles & Gray, James, eds. Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Composition: Processing, Distancing, and Modeling. (2c.)
  • Neff, Rose Ann & Weimer, Maryellen, eds. Teaching College: Collected Readings for the New Instructor.
  • Newkirk, Thomas. Nuts and Bolts: A Practical Guide to Teaching College Composition.
  • Ohmann, Richard & Coley, W.B., eds. Ideas for English 101. (2c.)
  • Palmer, Parker J. Courage to Teach.
  • Ponsot, Marie & Deen, Rosemary. Beat Not the Poor Desk.
  • Postman, Neil. Teaching as a Conservative Activity.
  • Ramage, John D., Bean, John C., & Johnson, June, eds. Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings. 6th ed.
  • Ramsden, Paul. Learning to Teach in Higher Education.
  • Reynolds, Nedra. Portfolio Keeping: a Guide for Students.
  • Reynolds, Nedra. Portfolio Teaching: a Guide for Instructors.
  • Robinson, Randal. Unlocking Shakespeare's Language: Help for the Teacher and Student.
  • Roen, Duane et. al. eds. Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition.
  • Rubin, Donalee. Gender Influences: Reading Student Texts.
  • Sale, Roger. On Writing.
  • Servino, Guerra and Butler. Writing in Multicultural Settings.
  • Shor, Ira. When Students Have Power: Negotiating Authority in a Critical Pedagogy.
  • Skorczewski, Dawn and Michael Parfitt, eds. Conflicts and Crises in the Composition Classroom - and What Teachers Can Do About Them.
  • Slevin, James F. & Young, Art. Critical Theory and the Teaching of Literature.
  • Sternglass, Marilyn S. Time to Know Them: A Longitudinal Study of Writing and Learning at the College Level.
  • Tarvers, Josephine Koster. Teaching Writing: Theories and Practices.
  • Tate, Gary, ed. Teaching Composition: Ten Bibliographical Essays.
  • Tate, Gary, ed. Teaching Composition: Twelve Bibliographical Essays.
  • Tate, Gary & Corbett, Edward, eds. The Writing Teacher's Sourcebook. (2c.)
  • Taylor, Vernon L. How to Hold Students.
  • Taylor, Vernon L. Teaching Tips for Part-Time Teachers.
  • Temple University. Working Papers in Composition.
  • Weaver, Constance ed. Lessons to Share on Teaching Grammar in Context.
  • White, Edward M. Teaching and Assessing Writing.
  • Williams, James D. Preparing to Teach Writing.
  • Willis, Meredith S. Deep Revision.
  • Yancey, Kathleen Blake, Wieser, Irwin, eds. Situating Portfolios: Four Perspectives.
  • Zak, Frances and Weaver, Christopher. Theory and Practice of Grading Writing: Problems and Possibilities.

Teaching about Style [TS]

  • Christensen, Francis, et al. A New Rhetoric.
  • Christensen, Francis & Christensen. Notes Toward a New Rhetoric. 2nd ed.
  • Daiker, Donald A., et al., eds. Sentence Combining and the Teaching of Writing.
  • Gordon, Karen Elizabeth. The Transitive Vampire.
  • Jacobus, Lee A. and Miller, Judith D. The Sentence Book.
  • Lanham, Richard A. Revising Prose.
  • Lanham, Richard A. Style: An Anti-Textbook.
  • Long, Littleton, ed. Writing Exercises from Exercise Exchange.
  • McQuade, Donald, ed. Linguistics, Stylistics, and the Teaching of Composition.
  • Mitchell, Richard. Less Than Words Can Say.
  • Moberg, Goran "George". Writing in Groups: New Techniques for Good Writing Without Drills.
  • Murphy, James J., ed. The Rhetorical Tradition and Modern Writing.
  • Richardson, Peter. Style: a Pragmatic Approach.
  • Strunk, William Jr. The Elements of Style.
  • Williams, Joseph M. Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace.

Technology and Visual Rhetoric [TVR]

  • Gerrard, Lisa, ed. Writing at Century's End: Essays on Computer-Assisted Composition.
  • Halpern, Jeanne & Liggett, S. Computers and Composing.
  • Hawisher, Gail and Synthia Selfe, eds. Passions, Pedagogies, and 21st Century Technologies.
  • Hill, Charles and Marguerite Helmers eds. Defining Visual Rhetorics.
  • Holdstein, Deborah H. On Composition and Computers.
  • Holdstein, D. & Selfe, C.L. Computers and Writing: Theory , Research, Practice.
  • Myers, Linda. Approaches to Computer Writing Classrooms.
  • Selfe, Cynthia. Technology and Literacy in the 21st Century.
  • Wysocki, Anne et. al. Writing New Media: Theory and Applications for Expanding the Teaching of Composition.

Writing Across the Curriculum [WAC]

  • Anson, Chris. A Field Guide to Writing.
  • Anson, Chris M. The WAC Casebook: Scenes for Faculty, Reflection and Program Develoment.
  • Bazerman, Charles, & Russell, David R., eds. Landmark Essays: On Writing Across the Curriculum.
  • Bazerman, Charles, ed. The Informed Writer: Using Sources in the Disciplines.
  • Fulwiler, Toby & Young, Art, eds. Language Connections: Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum. (3c.)
  • Griffin, C. Williams, ed. Teaching Writing in All Disciplines. (2c.)
  • Herrington, Anne, & Moran, Charles, eds. Writing, Teaching, and Learning in the Disciplines.
  • Howard, Rebecca Moore, & Jamieson, Sandra. The Bedford Guide to Teaching Writing in the Disciplines.
  • McLeod, Susan H., & Soven, Margot, eds. Writing Across the Curriculum: A Guide to Developing Programs.
  • McLeod, Susan H, et al., eds. WAC for the New Millennium: Strategies for Continuing Writing Across the Curriculum Programs.
  • Steward, Joyce S. & Smelstor, M. Writing in the Social Sciences.
  • Walvood, Barbara E. Fassler. Helping Students Write Well: A Guide for Teachers in All Disciplines. (2c.)
  • Walvoord, Barbara E., et al. In the Long Run: A Study of Faculty in Three WAC Programs.
  • Yancey, Kathleen Blake, & Huot, Brian. Assessing Writing Across the Curriculum: Diverse Approaches and Practices.
  • Zimmerman, Donald, & Rodrigues, Dawn. Research and Writing in the Disciplines.

Writing Centers and Tutoring [WCT]

  • Capossela, Toni-Lee. The Harcourt Brace Guide to Peer Tutoring.
  • Haviland, Carol Peterson, et al., eds. Weaving Knowledge Together: Writing Centers and Collaboration.
  • Meyer, Emily & Smith, Louise Z. The Practical Tutor.
  • Mullin, Joan A. & Wallace, Ray, eds. Inter-Sections: Theory-Practice in the Writing Center.
  • Nelson, Jane, & Evertz, Ray. The Politics of Writing Centers.
  • Olson, Cary A., ed. Writing Centers: Theory and Administration.
  • Reigstad, Thomas J.and McAndrew. Training Tutors for Writing Conferences.

 

 


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