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Writing and Community Engagement A Critical Sourcebook

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ISBN-10: 0312562233

ISBN-13: 9780312562236

Edition: 2010

Authors: Thomas Deans, Barbara Roswell, Adrian J. Wurr

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List price: $56.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 5/13/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 560
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

Thomas Deansteaches at the University Connecticut, where he also directs the writing center and the writing across the disciplines program. His teaching and research interests include composition theory, service-learning, rhetoric, writing across the curriculum, prose style, writing in workplace and civic settings, pragmatist philosophy, Shakespeare, and the relationship between literature and composition. He is the author ofWriting Partnerships: Service-Learning in CompositionandWriting and Community Action. nbsp;Barbara Roswellteaches at Goucher College, where she has also directed the Writing Program, WAC, and the First Year Colloquium. The founding editor ofReflectionsand co-author…    

Thomas Deansteaches at the University Connecticut, where he also directs the writing center and the writing across the disciplines program. His teaching and research interests include composition theory, service-learning, rhetoric, writing across the curriculum, prose style, writing in workplace and civic settings, pragmatist philosophy, Shakespeare, and the relationship between literature and composition. He is the author ofWriting Partnerships: Service-Learning in CompositionandWriting and Community Action. nbsp;Barbara Roswellteaches at Goucher College, where she has also directed the Writing Program, WAC, and the First Year Colloquium. The founding editor ofReflectionsand co-author…    

Thomas Deansteaches at the University Connecticut, where he also directs the writing center and the writing across the disciplines program. His teaching and research interests include composition theory, service-learning, rhetoric, writing across the curriculum, prose style, writing in workplace and civic settings, pragmatist philosophy, Shakespeare, and the relationship between literature and composition. He is the author ofWriting Partnerships: Service-Learning in CompositionandWriting and Community Action. nbsp;Barbara Roswellteaches at Goucher College, where she has also directed the Writing Program, WAC, and the First Year Colloquium. The founding editor ofReflectionsand co-author…