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UNM Guest Lectures

Jackie Royster 2007 Civil Rights Symposium Key Note Address

Kent Ryden - Beneath the Surface: Natural Landscapes, Cultural Meanings and Teaching About Place

Keith Gilyard - Hate Acts, Public Rhetoric and Civil Rights Activism: Forty Years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

John Bean - Theory and Praxis in The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Writing, 4 th Ed

Susan McLeod - What is Writing Across the Curriculum? What Does a WAC Program Need to Succeed? - Overhead 1 Writing and Thinking , Overhead 2 Using Writing Across the Curriculum

WAC in the Classroom (Powerpoint file)

Creating Pathways to Academic Literacy and Beyond: Situating the Personal, Professional, and Political." - presentation by Juan Guerra (Powerpoint file)

CCCC 2006 Conference Papers

Carson Bennett - Writing the Web of Influence: Connecting Students to Their Cultural Environments Through Ecocomposition

John Bess - Whose “I” am I? : Negotiating Constructed Identity in First Year Writers

Beverly Gillen - Writing Across Communities: Peer Reviewing Among Diverse Students

Scott Rogers - Paroled From the Palace of Distraction: Cultural Codes in the Comp. Classroom

Dana Salvador - The ESL Classroom

Michelle Hall Kells, Out of WAC: Democratizing Higher Education and Questions of Scarcity and Social Justice.

"UNM celebrates literacy with a weeklong event"
Read The Albuqeruque Tribune article

Additional Readings and Resources

Writing Across Communities: Deliberation & the Discursive Possibilities of WAC Michelle Hall Kells (pdf)

ESL & Composition Pedagogy

Discourse Analysis for Rhetorical Studies, Barbara Johnstone (PowerPoint)

Stance, Style, and the Linguistic Individual, Barbara Johnstone (PowerPoint)

Discourse Analysis, Barbara Johnstone, Chapter One.

"Uses of Southern-Sounding Speech by Contemporary Texas Women" from Journal of Sociolinguistics. Barbara Johnstone.

"Writing Across the Curriculum in a Time of Change" from WAC for the New Millenium. Susan McLeod

"What is WAC?" Susan McLeod (PDF)

WAC Readings

"Microtheme Strategies for Developing Cognitive Skills," John C. Bean, Dean Drenk, and F.D. Lee.

"Minimal Marking," Richard H. Haswell

"The Language of Psychology: APA Style as Epistemology," Robert Madigan, Susan Johnson, and Patricia Linton.

"A Stranger in Strange Lands: A College Student Writing Across the Curriculum," Lucille Parkinson McCarthy

Putting Literacy in Its Place - an essay by Juan Guerra
(PDF Document)

Links

UNM CAPS - Center for Academic Program Support

UNM CASTL - Center for the Advancement of Scholarship in Teaching and Learning

UNM Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium

The WAC Clearinghouse

Reflections Journal

Purdue University Writing Center

International WAC Conference

CCCC Resources

Online Journals

The WAC Journal
Housed in the WAC Clearinghouse, The WAC Journal is a national peer-reviewed journal on writing across the curriculum, published by Plymouth State College. The journal is an annual collection of articles by educators about their WAC ideas and WAC experiences. It is a journal of practical ideas and pertinent theory.

The Writing Center Journal
The Writing Center Journal is an official publication of the International Writing Centers Association , which is an Affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English . WCJ is published twice a year, in the fall/winter and spring/summer.

The Writing Center Journal's primary purpose is to publish articles, reviews, and announcements of interest to writing center personnel. We therefore invite manuscripts that explore issues or theories related to writing center dynamics or administration. We are especially interested in theoretical articles and in reports of research related to or conducted in writing centers. In addition to administrators and practitioners from college and university writing centers, we encourage directors of high school and middle school writing centers to submit manuscripts.

The Writing Instructor

The Writing Instructor is a peer-reviewed journal, publishing in print since 1981 and on the Internet since June, 2001. It focuses on issues related to writing pedagogy, research, and theory.

The Writing Lab Newsletter (Back Issues)
Provides access to back issues of the Writing Lab Newsletter in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format.