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This text represents a year of research, dialogue, collaboration, and difference between teachers and scholars from at least nine disciplines at Syracuse University. The conversations and resources gathered here are intended to function as a practical and pedagogical tool for using writing in the university classroom. It is written in such a way that readers can use it as a linear text or as a sourcebook for specific questions, concerns, and teaching needs.

Publication Date

2002

Publisher

The Graduate School of Syracuse University

City

Syracuse

Disciplines

Rhetoric and Composition

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First five authors listed for complete list of authors see the article.

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