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Bibliography

Independent Writing Units Bibliography

Do you have a resource relevant to independent writing departments or programs that you’d like to share? Send information along with a brief annotation (about 50 words) in an email to Alice Johnston Myatt, amyatt1@olemiss.edu.

Anson, Chris M. “Who Wants Composition? Reflections on the Rise and Fall of an Independent Program.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 153-169.

Aronson, Anne, and Craig Hansen. “Writing Identity: The Independent Writing Department as a Disciplinary Center.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 50-61.

Benjamin, Ernst. Exploring the role of contingent instructional staff in undergraduate learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.

Bishop, Wendy. “A Rose by Every Other Name: The Excellent Problem of Independent Writing Programs.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 233-246.

Blair, Catherine Pastore. “Only One of the Voices: Dialogic Writing Across the Curriculum.” College English 50.4 (April 1988): 383-389.

Burton, Larry. “Countering the Naysayers: Independent Writing Programs as Successful Experiments in American Education.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 295-300.

CCCC Committee on Part-time/Adjunct Issues. “Report on the Coalition on the Academic Workforce/CCCC Survey of Faculty in Freestanding Writing Programs for Fall 1999.” _College Composition and Communication_53.2 (December 2001): 336-348.

Chapman, David, Jeanette Harris, and Christine Hult. “Agents for Change: Undergraduate Writing Programs in Departments of English.” Rhetoric Review 13.2 (Spring 1995): 421-34.

Crow, Angela. “Wagering Tenure by Signing on with Independent Writing Programs.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 213-230.

Cushman, Ellen. “Vertical Writing Programs in Departments of Rhetoric and Writing.” Composition Studies in the New Millennium: Rereading the Past, Rewriting the Future. Ed. Lynn Z. Bloom, Donald A. Daiker, and Edward M. White. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2003. 121-128.

Daumer, Elizabeth, and Sandra Runzo. “Transforming the Composition Classroom.” Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity. Cynthia L. Caywood and Gillian R. Overing, eds. Albany: SUNY P, 1987. 46-7.

Deis, Elizabeth J., Lowell T. Frye, and Katherine J. Weese. “Independence Fostering Community: The Benefits of an Independent Writing Program at a Small Liberal Arts College.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 75-89.

Enos, Theresa. “Keeping (in) Our Places, Keeping Our Two Faces.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 247-252.

Hairston, Maxine. “Breaking Our Bonds and Reaffirming Our Connections.” College Composition and Communication 36 (1985): 272-82.

Harris, Joseph. A Teaching Subject: Composition Since 1966. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1997.

Hindman, Jane E. “Learning as We G(r)o(w): Strategizing the Lessons of a Fledgling Rhetoric and Writing Department.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 107-129.

Howard, Rebecca Moore, David J. Hess, and Margaret Flanders Darby. “A Comment on ‘Only One of the Voices’ and ‘Why English Departments Should “House” Writing Across the Curriculum.’” College English 51 (April 1989): 433-5.

Howard, Rebecca Moore, David J. Hess, and Margaret Flanders Darby. “Hiring Across the Curriculum.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 13 (Spring 1990): 27-36.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Power Revisited; Or, How We Became a Department.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (Spring 1993): 37-49.

Hjortshoj, Keith. “The Marginality of the Left-Hand Castes (A Parable for Writing Teachers).” College Composition and Communication 46.4 (December 1995): 491-505.

Kearns, Judith, and Brian Turner. “Negotiated Independence: How a Canadian Writing Program Became a Centre.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (Fall 1997): 31-45.

Lindemann, Erika. “Three Views of English 101.” College English 57.3 (March 1995): 287-302.

Little, Sherry Burgus, and Shirley K. Rose. “A Home of Our Own: Establishing a Department of Rhetoric and Writing Studies at San Diego State University.” _WPA: Writing Program Administration_18.1-2 (Fall/Winter 1994): 16-28.

Maid, Barry M. “Creating Two Departments of Writing: One Past and One Future.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 130-152.

Maid, Barry M. “More Than a Room of Our Own: Building an Independent Department of Writing.” The Writing Program Administrator’s Handbook: A Guide to Reflective Institutional Change and Practice. Ed. Stuart C. Brown, Theresa Enos, and Catherine Chaput. Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002. 453-466.

Maid, Barry M. “Non-Tenure-Track Instructors at UALR: Breaking Rules, Splitting Departments.” Moving a Mountain: Transforming the Role of Contingent Faculty in Composition Studies and Higher Education. Ed. Patricia Lambert Stock and Eileen E. Schell. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2000. 76-90.

McMullen, Judith Q., and J. Douglas Wellman. “Writing Programs Outside the English Department: An Assessment of a Five-Year Program.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 14 (Fall/Winter 1990): 17-26.

Micciche, Laura R. “More Than a Feeling: Disappointment and WPA Work.” College English 64 (2002): 432-458.

Miller, Thomas P. “Managing to Make a Difference.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 253-267.

O’Neill, Peggy and Barbara Mallonee. “Reforming and Transforming Writing in the Liberal Arts Context: The Writing Department at Loyola University Maryland.” Writing Majors: Eighteen Program Profiles.  Eds. Greg Giberson, Jim Nugent, and Lori Ostergaard. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2015. 74-61. Print.

Parker, William Riley. “Where Do English Departments Come From?” College English 28 (1967): 339-351.

Phelps, Louise Wetherbee. “The Institutional Logic of Writing Programs: Catalyst, Laboratory, and Pattern for Change.” The Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary. Eds. Richard Bullock and John Trimbur. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1991. 155-170.

Rehling, Louise. “Small but Good: How a Specialized Writing Program Goes It Alone.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 62-74.

Ripley, Amanda. “What Makes a Great Teacher?” The Atlantic (Jan/Feb 2010). Accessed Online Feb 9, 2010 at http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/201001/good-teaching

Royer, Daniel J., and Roger Gilles. “The Origins of a Department of Academic, Creative, and Professional Writing.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 21-37.

Scholes, Robert. The Rise and Fall of English: Reconstructing English as a Discipline. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1998.

Selfe, Cynthia L., Gail E. Hawisher, and Patricia Ericsson. “Stasis and Change: The Role of Independent Composition Programs and the Dynamic Nature of Literacy.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 268-277

Spellmeyer, Kurt. “Bigger than a Discipline?” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 278-294.

Sproles, Karyn Z. “After Composition: Using Academic Program Review to Redefine Departmental Identity and Create Community.” ADE Bulletin 127 (Winter 2001): 23-26.

Stewart, Donald C. “The Writing Program Director in the English Department Power Structure.” Freshman English News 9.3 (1981): 17-18.

Swearingen, C. Jan. “Prim Irony: Suzuki Method Composition in the 21st Century.” Composition in the Twenty-First Century: Crisis and Change. Ed. Lynn Z. Bloom, Donald A. Daiker, and Edward M. White. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1996. 75-80.

Trimbur, John. “The Problems of Freshman English (Only.).” WPA: Writing Program Administration 22.3 (Spring 1999): 9-30.

Turner, Brian, and Judith Kearns. “No Longer Discourse Technicians: Redefining Place and Purpose in an Independent Canadian Writing Program.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 90-104.

Warnock, Tilly. “New Terms for the Unification of English Departments: Why Are We Talking to Each Other When There’s So Much More to Do?” Composition Chronicle 3 (March 1990): 5-7.

Winterowd, W. Ross. The English Department: A Personal and Institutional History. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1998.

Yood, Jessica. “Revising the Dream: Graduate Students, Independent Writing Programs, and the Future of English Studies.” A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies. Ed. Peggy O’Neill, Angela Crow, and Larry W. Burton. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. 170-185.

Zebroski, James Thomas. “Composition and Rhetoric, Inc.: Life After the English Department at Syracuse University.” Beyond English Inc.: Curricular Reform in a Global Economy. Eds. David B. Downing, Claude Mark Hurlbert, and Paula Mathieu. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2002. 164-180.