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Teaching Writing
Teaching Writing (November 1986)
Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity
Cynthia Caywood - Editor
Gillian R. Overing - Editor

This anthology explores the relationship between feminism and writing theory. The chapters cover the major issues: basic pedagogical theory and philosophical approaches to the teaching of writing, studies of problems encountered by female writers and writing instructors, and useful how-to essays on classroom technique. The authors also address important, provocative questions about power in the classroom--its use, abuse, and distribution.

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A Woman's Place
A Woman's Place (June 1981)
Rhetoric and Readings for Composing Yourself and Your Prose
Shirley Morahan - Author

A truly liberated rhetoric and reader has at last become available to courses in composition, with the publication of A Woman’s Place. This unique textbook explores the notion of writing as self-definition and, as a consequence, the relationship between gender and writing.

Convinced that writing is a meaningful process, performed with commitment, Dr. Morahan has created a course that simultaneously sharpen...(Read More)
 
 
A Woman's Place
A Woman's Place (January 1981)
Instructor's Manual (gratis)
Shirley Morahan - Author

A truly liberated rhetoric and reader has at last become available to courses in composition, with the publication of A Woman’s Place. This unique textbook explores the notion of writing as self-definition and, as a consequence, the relationship between gender and writing.

Convinced that writing is a meaningful process, performed with commitment, Dr. Morahan has created a course that simultaneously sharpens ...(Read More)
 
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