Writing Support for International Graduate Students

Employing an ecological framework, the book seeks to advance academic conversation about how writing scholars/instructors and program administrators, as well as other academic service professionals working with this student body, can ...

Author: Shyam Sharma

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351054966

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Using qualitative data collected from more than twenty universities across the US, Writing Support for International Graduate Students describes and theorizes agency- and advocacy-driven practices, programs, and policies that are most effective in helping international students learn graduate-level writing and communication skills. It uses compelling narratives and cases to illustrate a variety of program models and support practices that fostered the students’ process of academic transition and success. Employing an ecological framework, the book seeks to advance academic conversation about how writing scholars/instructors and program administrators, as well as other academic service professionals working with this student body, can formulate policies, develop programs, and implement practices that best help these students grow as writers and scholars in their disciplines.

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education 2019 Vol 4 No 1

Reviews "Writing Support for International Graduate Students vividly captures the numerous challenges international graduate students are likely to ...

Author: Shyam Sharma

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 154

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The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education (Print ISSN 2474-2546 & Online ISSN 2474-2554) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal that seeks to create conversations about education—especially the policy, practice, and research on teaching and learning—among scholars across the academic disciplines and across national and cultural borders. www.ojed.org/jimphe DOI: https://doi.org/10.32674/jimphe.v4i1

How to Write and Publish Effectively Writing Support Group Guidelines

Shyam Sharma: Dr. Shyam Sharma is Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director ... using writing support for international graduate students as a major ...

Author: Shyam Sharma

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

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How to Write and Publish Effectively: Writing Support Group Guidelines This report describes a writing support and accountability program voluntarily organized by and for a grassroots community in South Asia. Organized early 2020 -- which happened to be in the middle of the first wave of the Covid-19 global pandemic -- this program recruited 24 scholars from a pool of 216 applicants from across South Asia (Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, and Pakistan). A sign up survey asked interested scholars, who were invited through networking/ snowballing on social media, to describe a research project from which they would like to write an academic journal manuscript, learning and implementing writing skills along the way. While they were encouraged to share an empirical research project with a social impact in mind, theoretical projects were also included. We have described the broader social context and challenges influencing the vision and mission

International Students

To address the complex needs of international graduate student writers, the University of Kansas launched its Graduate Writing Support program with a ...

Author: Maureen Andrade

Publisher: R&L Education

ISBN: 9781607091776

Category: Education

Page: 288

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International students are often taken for granted in higher education institutions in the United States. Many college and university administrators are unaware of the initiatives of other nations to attract international students and of the need to support these students. Higher education journals have not focused much attention on international students. International Students: Strengthening a Critical Resource argues that U.S. institutions of higher education must increase their awareness of international student issues. Andrade reviews related research and highlights creative solutions and programming for the successful support of international students. The book provides practical, hands-on, broadly applicable solutions to addressing international student issues. Additionally, it serves as a practical guide for identifying and adopting best practices for serving international students.

Social Environments Writing Support Networks and Academic Writing

This dissertation is an inquiry into the social experiences of first year international graduate students, and how those social experiences inform their academic writing development.

Author: Daniel Justin Moglen

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ISBN: 0355149710

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This dissertation is an inquiry into the social experiences of first year international graduate students, and how those social experiences inform their academic writing development. Drawing from the sociocognitive perspective (Atkinson, 2002; Lantolf, 2000), this study recognizes that the university is social in nature, and language learning occurs in the mind, body, and world (Atkinson et al., 2007). The international graduate students in this study were recruited from the first quarter academic writing class in fall 2014 (n=113), and were surveyed at four time points throughout the academic year. The dissertation focuses on four students, Luiza from Brazil, Camila from Chile, Q from Korea, and Kira from China as illustrative examples of the social environments that students have as well as trajectories of writing development. The focal students participated in three interviews throughout the year and written texts were also collected at three time points (at the end of the fall, winter, and spring quarters). Findings from the students’ social environments suggest that students tend to gravitate towards co-nationals in social settings. In terms of receiving writing support, students in the study relied primarily of colleagues and friends, followed by professors. Writing tutors and family members were sought out the least for writing support. Peers tended to be more accessible and approachable than professors, while professors were rated as more helpful than peers. In terms of the writing development of the students, this study focuses on clausal, phrasal, and lexical complexity. Findings from the textual analysis portion suggest that the writing of the focal students became more complex based on these measurements. In particular, students generally scored higher on the number of modifiers per noun phrase measure throughout the year, suggesting that their noun phrases were becoming more complex, although there were some deviations to this pattern. Also, students used more words from the academic word list and field specific jargon throughout the year. The implications of this study are relevant to writing professors, STEM professors, international student services, and the university as a whole.

Learning from the Lived Experiences of Graduate Student Writers

Re/Writing the Center: Approaches to Supporting Graduate Students in the Writing ... “An International Graduate Student's ESL Learning Experience beyond the ...

Author: Shannon Madden

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607329589

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 302

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Learning from the Lived Experiences of Graduate Student Writers is a timely resource for understanding and resolving some of the issues graduate students face, particularly as higher education begins to pay more critical attention to graduate student success. Offering diverse approaches for assisting this demographic, the book bridges the gap between theory and practice through structured examination of graduate students’ narratives about their development as writers, as well as researched approaches for enabling these students to cultivate their craft. The first half of the book showcases the voices of graduate student writers themselves, who describe their experiences with graduate school literacy through various social issues like mentorship, access, writing in communities, and belonging in academic programs. Their narratives illuminate how systemic issues significantly affect graduate students from historically oppressed groups. The second half accompanies these stories with proposed solutions informed by empirical findings that provide evidence for new practices and programming for graduate student writers. Learning from the Lived Experiences of Graduate Student Writers values student experience as an integral part of designing approaches that promote epistemic justice. This text provides a fresh, comprehensive, and essential perspective on graduate writing and communication support that will be useful to administrators and faculty across a range of disciplines and institutional contexts. Contributors: Noro Andriamanalina, LaKela Atkinson, Daniel V. Bommarito, Elizabeth Brown, Rachael Cayley, Amanda E. Cuellar, Kirsten T. Edwards, Wonderful Faison, Amy Fenstermaker, Jennifer Friend, Beth Godbee, Hope Jackson, Karen Keaton Jackson, Haadi Jafarian, Alexandria Lockett, Shannon Madden, Kendra L. Mitchell, Michelle M. Paquette, Shelley Rodrigo, Julia Romberger, Lisa Russell-Pinson, Jennifer Salvo-Eaton, Richard Sévère, Cecilia D. Shelton, Pamela Strong Simmons, Jasmine Kar Tang, Anna K. Willow Treviño, Maurice Wilson, Anne Zanzucchi

Re Writing the Center

Approaches to Supporting Graduate Students in the Writing Center Susan Lawrence, ... and to an increase in international graduate student enrollments.

Author: Susan Lawrence

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607327516

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

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Re/Writing the Center illuminates how core writing center pedagogies and institutional arrangements are complicated by the need to create intentional, targeted support for advanced graduate writers. Most writing center tutors are undergraduates, whose lack of familiarity with the genres, preparatory knowledge, and research processes integral to graduate-level writing can leave them underprepared to assist graduate students. Complicating the issue is that many of the graduate students who take advantage of writing center support are international students. The essays in this volume show how to navigate the divide between traditional writing center theory and practices, developed to support undergraduate writers, and the growing demand for writing centers to meet the needs of advanced graduate writers. Contributors address core assumptions of writing center pedagogy, such as the concept of peers and peer tutoring, the emphasis on one-to-one tutorials, the positioning of tutors as generalists rather than specialists, and even the notion of the writing center as the primary location or center of the tutoring process. Re/Writing the Center offers an imaginative perspective on the benefits writing centers can offer to graduate students and on the new possibilities for inquiry and practice graduate students can inspire in the writing center. Contributors: Laura Brady, Michelle Cox, Thomas Deans, Paula Gillespie​, Mary Glavan, Marilyn Gray​, James Holsinger​, Elena Kallestinova, Tika Lamsal​, Patrick S. Lawrence, Elizabeth Lenaghan, Michael A. Pemberton​, Sherry Wynn Perdue​, Doug Phillips, Juliann Reineke​, Adam Robinson​, Steve Simpson, Nathalie Singh-Corcoran​, Ashly Bender Smith, Sarah Summers​, Molly Tetreault​, Joan Turner, Bronwyn T. Williams, Joanna Wolfe

Journal of International Students 2020 Vol 10 No 1

ISBN: 9781138483415 Reviewed by Emily Sharma, Southern Methodist University, USA Writing Support for International Graduate Students: Enhancing Transition ...

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 256

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Our 10th Anniversary series features special essays from influential voices in the field who explore future directions for internationalization and student mobility, as well as the experiences of new generations of international students in less researched contexts and the need for more critical perspectives. Our 10th anniversary cover art celebrates the past ten years with an image of the Holi Festival of Colors celebrated around the world, including Nepal, the birthplace of our Founding & Executive Editor, Dr. Krishna Bista. The image is overlaid with the name of the journal in various languages to celebrate our authors and readers who span the globe, as well as our plans to publish future special issues in the many languages of our readers, similar to our recent Special Issue on International Students in China with full-length articles in Simplified Chinese. This issue features research and authors in Australia, Austria, Brazil, China, Lebanon, Malaysia, the Philippines, Portugal, and South Africa.

Legal Reasoning Research and Writing for International Graduate Students

Four members of the Somali diaspora appeal from their convictions for sending, or conspiring to send, $10,900 to Somalia to support a foreign terrorist ...

Author: Nadia E. Nedzel

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer

ISBN: 9781543831184

Category: Law

Page: 384

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Legal Reasoning, Research, and Writing for International Graduate Students, Fifth Edition, helps international students understand and approach legal reasoning and writing the way law students and attorneys do in the United States. With concise and clear text, Professor Nedzel introduces the unique and important features of the American legal system and American law schools. Using clear instruction, examples, visual aids, and practice exercises, she teaches practical lawyering skills with sensitivity to the challenges of ESL students. New to the Fifth Edition: Streamlined presentation makes the material even more accessible. Chapters are short, direct, and to the point. Five chapters on reasoning and writing, including exam skills, office memos, and rewriting. Full chapters on contract drafting and scholarly writing. New flowcharts provide a concise, visual overview for each chapter. Citation coverage updated to new 21st edition of The Bluebook. Simplified examples and exercises. Three thoroughly revised chapters on legal research, including non-fee legal research and technological changes in the practice of U.S. law. Professors and student will benefit from: Comparative perspective informs readers about the unique features of American law as compared to civil law, Islamic law, and Asian traditions. Explanations of practical skills assume no former knowledge of the American legal system. U.S. law school necessary skills explained immediately: case briefing, creating a course outline, time management, reading citations, and writing answers to hypothetical exam questions. Short, lucid chapters that reiterate major points to aid comprehension. Clear introductions to writing hypothetical-based exams, legal memoranda, contract drafting and scholarly writing. An integrated approach to proper citation format, with explanation and instruction provided in context. Discussion of plagiarism and U.S. law school honor codes. Practical skill-building exercises in each chapter. Research exercises are primarily Internet-based Charts and summaries that are useful learning aids and reference tools

ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education

Understanding Challenges, Providing Support Norman W. Evans, Neil J Anderson, William G. Eggington. international graduate student population has averaged ...

Author: Norman W. Evans

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317648949

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 244

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ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education describes the challenges ESL students in U.S. postsecondary institutions face when studying in a second language, and offers suggestions for how teachers, advisors, tutors, and institutions might provide support that meets the reading and writing needs of this very important student population. Because the ESL profession as a whole, including what professionals are doing in the classroom, sits under the umbrella of an institutional response to a language-related challenge, some solutions aimed at helping students achieve optimal proficiency lie outside of the classroom. As such, this book is based on the assertion that language development support is not the sole responsibility of language teachers. Everyone on campuses that hosts ESL students bears some responsibility for these students' language development. Chapters are therefore, intentionally adapted to appeal to a wide variety of readers from classroom teachers, and teachers in training, to admissions officers, academic advisors, and international student advisors.

Higher Education in Nepal

His recent book, Writing Support for International Graduate Students: Enhancing Transition and Success, documents and theorizes the effectiveness of ...

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351139199

Category: Education

Page: 294

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This book presents a showcase of discussions and critical perspectives about Nepalese higher education. Its chapters cover topics such as the impacts of local sociopolitical changes and global forces on public and private education, emerging online and distance education, administrative and intellectual leadership, quality assessment, graduate employability, global mobility of students, and the contributions of global diaspora of Nepalese scholars. The central questions of the book are: What are some of the local and global academic interactions in Nepalese higher education and what are the current challenges and pathways for advancements and improvements? How can Nepalese higher education absorb twenty-first century values of quality education as external forces, while adapting new developments to local needs? How can scholars interested in Nepalese, South Asian, and international higher education create opportunities for scholarship and professional collaboration around research on higher education in this region of South Asia? What issues and perspectives can research and scholarship about Nepal’s higher education offer to international discourse in higher education? The book offers information and resources to international educators interested in the dynamics of Nepalese and, by implication, South Asian higher education by introducing key challenges in policy and programs, innovative changes in curricula, effective approaches in technology application, and strategies for future integration of global reforms in education.

International Student Mobility and Opportunities for Growth in the Global Marketplace

Enakshi Sengupta, PhD, is the Dean in the College of Business at the ... is the author of Writing Support for International Graduate Students: Enhancing ...

Author: Bista, Krishna

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522534525

Category: Education

Page: 325

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Today, millions of students cross geographic, cultural, and educational borders for their higher education. Trends of international student mobility are significant to universities, educators, business leaders, and governments to increase revenue and campus diversity in the global marketplace. As such, it is vital to examine recent trends in global student mobility around the world. International Student Mobility and Opportunities for Growth in the Global Marketplace is a critical scholarly resource that examines recent trends in global student mobility in Australia, Asia, North America, Latin America, Middle East, and Europe where the emerging trends and practices are prominent. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as internationalization, cultural identity, and student mobility, this book is geared towards educators, education administrators, education professionals, academicians, researchers, and students.

Writing Centers at the Center of Change

Routledge Research in Writing Studies Writing Center Talk Over Time A Mixed-Method Study Jo Mackiewicz Writing Support for International Graduate Students ...

Author: Joe Essid

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429757143

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 220

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Writing Centers at the Center of Change looks at how eleven centers, internationally, adapted to change at their institutions, during a decade when their very success has become a valued commodity in a larger struggle for resources on many campuses. Bringing together both US and international perspectives, this volume offers solutions for adapting to change in the world of writing centers, ranging from the logistical to the pedagogical, and even to the existential. Each author discusses the origins, appropriate responses, and partners to seek when change comes from within a school or outside it. Chapters document new programs being formed under changing circumstances, and suggest ways to navigate professional or pedagogical changes that may undermine the hard work of more than four decades of writing-center professionals. The book’s audience includes writing center and learning-commons administrators, university librarians, deans, department chairs affiliated with writing centers. It will also be useful for graduate students in composition, rhetoric, and academic writing.

Journal of International Students 2019 Vol 9 3

Even academic programs and day-to-day support practices for these ... For instance, in the case of international graduate students, “learning to write” ...

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 932

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The Journal of International Students (JIS), an academic, interdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed publication (Print ISSN 2162-3104 & Online ISSN 2166-3750), publishes scholarly peer reviewed articles on international students in tertiary education, secondary education, and other educational settings that make significant contributions to research, policy, and practice in the internationalization of higher education. visit: www.ojed.org/jis EDITORIAL Focusing on International Graduate Students Shyam Sharma RESEARCH ARTICLES The Price of Being International Career Outcomes of International Master's Recipients in U.S. Labor Market Xiushan Jiang, Dongbin Kim 732-757 Motivations for Studying Abroad and Immigration Intentions: The Case of Vietnamese Students Tran Le Huu Nghia 758-776 Social Capital and the U.S. College Experiences of International Student-Athletes and Non-Athletes Helen Forbes-Mewett, Madeleine Pape 777-794 Satisfiers and Dissatisfiers for International Vocational Education Students: A Case Study Using Narrative Frames Jonathon Ryan, Michael Rabbidge, Yi Wang, Jenny Field 795-814 Jeitinho as a Coping Strategy Used by Brazilian International Students for Acculturative Stress Silvia Alves Nishioka, Defne Akol 815-833 Exploring Oral English Learning Motivation in Chinese International Students with Low Oral English Proficiency Deyu Xing, Benjamin Bolden 834-855 Understanding Ostracism from Attachment Perspective: Testing a Moderated Mediation Model Ning Hou, Jinyan Fan, James Tan, Melissa Stuhlman, Cong Liu, Gustavo Valdez 856-872 Examining the Correlation between American Students’ Cultural Intelligence, Political Affiliations, and Their Social Distances from Their International Peers Sami B Mejri 873-895 Familiarity as a Family Close Friendships Between Malaysian Students and their Co-National Friends in the UK Nur Hafeeza Ahmad Pazil 896-911 RESEARCH IN BRIEF Mentoring and Supervising International Students in School Counseling Programs Bridget Asempapa 912-928 BOOK REVIEWS International Students in First-Year Writing A Journey Through Socio-Academic Space Anthony Schmidt 929-932

Writing for Academic Success

Generate peer support: local, national and international Students in your course or ... Make contact too with the graduate student organization within your ...

Author: Gail Craswell

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446225429

Category: Academic writing

Page: 288

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'Gail Craswell has written an excellent book. Chapters are rich with detailed, step-by-step explanations that will be as useful to experienced writers as to students. Clear, specific advice with concise steps for succeeding at each kind of writing makes each chapter a valuable tool' "- Design Research News " Writing for Academic Success is an excellent practical guide for any student entering into postgraduate study, providing a comprehensive coverage of academic writing skills and communication techniques. From initial time-management strategies to detailed tips on thesis and exam writing, Craswell helps the postgraduate student to develop their own effective communication methods. Further sections on doing a presentation and cogent advice on how to get articles published ensure that Craswell provides the widest coverage of all aspects of writing and academic communication. Key features: - highly practical - illustrative case-studies, exercises throughout each chapter, step-by-step strategies, helpful tips throughout - strong cross-disciplinary focus - ideal for all students undertaking postgraduate study in any discipline - broad framework - covers whole range of academic writing from short 'exam' essays to thesis structuring, as well as advice on presentations and publishing. An essential companion at every stage of a postgraduate degree, and beyond! Written in a clear and accessible style, Writing for Academic Success is essential reading for postgraduate students seeking no-nonsense advice on how to get ahead in their degree.

Graduate Studies in Second Language Writing

Whenever I had a chance to talk to Alister at the international conferences ... to provide additional support to international graduate students since it is ...

Author: Kyle McIntosh

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602357150

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 220

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Authors in this proposed collection approach issues like academic literacy, socialization, and professionalization from their individual positions as mentors and mentees involved with graduate study in the field of second language (L2) writing.

Arts Based Research Methods in Writing Studies

Routledge Research in Writing Studies Writing Center Talk Over Time A Mixed-Method Study Jo Mackiewicz Writing Support for International Graduate Students ...

Author: Kate Hanzalik

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000352450

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 112

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As the arts become an increasingly popular pedagogical tool in writing studies, Arts-Based Research Methods in Writing Studies offers scholars and educators in the field ways to leverage the arts for their own scholarship through the practice of arts-based research (ABR). Tailored to the needs of writing studies scholars, this concise guide presents ways of exploring and addressing unresolved research questions from the past as well as new, pressing questions that are emerging in light of increasingly fraught and complicated current contexts. It explores motives and methods for taking up ABR, sheds light on the processes of representing research and the ethical imperative of methodological disclosure, and looks critically at the complexities of fully realizing ABR in writing studies while offering some pedagogical applications. Connecting theory to practice, this book also performs ABR through a co-created mixed-media text about the everyday and extraordinary stories woven into the fabric of new American artists’ composing processes. Arts-Based Research Methods in Writing Studies lends itself to insight that is at once personal for writing studies researchers, useful for research communities, and a catalyst for social change beyond institutional walls; as such, it will be an important resource for scholars, educators, and graduate students in writing studies and those interested in multimodal, multilingual, and translingual learning; equitable pedagogies and administrative practices; online writing instruction; transnational literacies; research methods; community-based research; and disability studies in composition.

Teaching Writing Rhetoric and Reason at the Globalizing University

Writing Center Talk Over Time A Mixed-Method Study Jo Mackiewicz Writing Support for International Graduate Students Enhancing Transition and Success Shyam ...

Author: Robert Samuels

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000259940

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 138

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This timely intervention into composition studies presents a case for the need to teach all students a shared system of communication and logic based on the modern globalizing ideals of universality, neutrality, and empiricism. Based on a series of close readings of contemporary writing by Stanley Fish, Asao Inoue, Doug Downs and Elizabeth Wardle, Richard Rorty, Slavoj Zizek, and Steven Pinker, this book critiques recent arguments that traditional approaches to teaching writing, grammar, and argumentation foster marginalization, oppression, and the restriction of student agency. Instead, it argues that the best way to educate and empower a diverse global student body is to promote a mode of academic discourse dedicated to the impartial judgment of empirical facts communicated in an open and clear manner. It provides a critical analysis of core topics in composition studies, including the teaching of grammar; notions of objectivity and neutrality; empiricism and pragmatism; identity politics; and postmodernism. Aimed at graduate students and junior instructors in rhetoric and composition, as well as more seasoned scholars and program administrators, this polemical book provides an accessible staging of key debates that all writing instructors must grapple with.

Writing Democracy

Routledge Research in Writing Studies Writing Center Talk Over Time A Mixed-Method Study Jo Mackiewicz Writing Support for International Graduate Students ...

Author: Shannon Carter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429889936

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 284

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Writing Democracy: The Political Turn in and Beyond the Trump Era calls on the field of writing studies to take up a necessary agenda of social and economic change in its classrooms, its scholarship, and its communities to challenge the rise of neoliberalism and right-wing nationalism. Grown out of an extended national dialogue among public intellectuals, academic scholars, and writing teachers, collectively known as the Writing Democracy project, the book creates a strategic roadmap for how to reclaim the progressive and political possibilities of our field in response to the "twilight of neoliberalism" (Cox and Nilsen), ascendant right-wing nationalism at home (Trump) and abroad (Le Pen, Golden Dawn, UKIP), and hopeful radical uprisings (Black Lives Matter, Occupy Wall Street, Arab Spring). As such, the book tracks the emergence of a renewed left wing in rhetoric and activism post-2008, suggests how our work as teachers, scholars, and administrators can bring this new progressive framework into our institutions, and then moves outward to our role in activist campaigns that are reshaping public debate. Part history, part theory, this book will be an essential read for faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduate students in composition and rhetoric and related fields focused on progressive pedagogy, university-community partnerships, and politics.