Along with over thirty articles and book chapters, Gray-Rosendale has published
Rethinking Basic Writing: Exploring Iden- tity, Politics, and Community in
Interaction (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000), Alternative Rhetorics:
Challenges to ...
Author: Laura Gray-Rosendale
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
In an effort to rethink the left, this interdisciplinary collection weaves together some of todays most powerful voices in contemporary left critical thought as they examine the fragmentation of American movements for social change, evaluate what critical scholarship might contribute to the task of renewing (or creating) a more unified and efficacious left, and explore the lefts possibly inadequate dealings with many marginalized groups. Representing a diverse range of theoretical perspectives within several textual disciplines, the essays assess historical, practical, or speculative models for a whole lefta left constituted by a broad range of complexly interwoven interests, including issues of class, environment, gender, sexuality, disability, race, and ethnicity. The book exemplifies the struggles of scholars to work toward a more shared agenda for social change.