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Becky Howards Bibs

Rebecca Moore Howard, Professor of English, The Writing Program, Syracuse University, maintains a remarkable collection of Bibliographies for Scholarship in Composition and Rhetoric. This link opens in a new browser window. Below is a list of the bibliography topics (November 30, 2005):

  • Advanced writing
  • Afrocentric pedagogies
  • Agency
  • Analysis
  • Archives and archival research methods
  • Arrangement
  • Argument and argumentation
  • Asian and Asian American languages, discourses, and rhetorics
  • Writing assignments
  • Audience
  • Authority
  • Student authors / authorizing student writing
  • Citation
  • Civic engagement
  • Social class
  • Collaborative learning, writing, and pedagogy
  • Community literacy
  • Composition histories
  • Copyright
  • Critique
  • Critical pedagogies
  • Deliberative rhetoric
  • Democratic education
  • Rhetorics of disability
  • Rhetorics of embodiment
  • English only
  • ESL, EFL
  • Ethnicity
  • Ethnographic research methods
  • Feminist pedagogies
  • Genre theory
  • English as a global language
  • Grading and response to student writing
  • Grammar—politics and pedagogies
  • Graduate students
  • Histories of composition studies
  • Historiography for composition studies
  • Imitation
  • Information and information literacy
  • Institutional critique
  • Intellectual property
  • International students
  • Interview methods
  • Invention
  • Kairosnews webliographies
  • Labor issues (Kim Scipes)
  • Language planning
  • Language standards
  • Latina/o language, discourses, and rhetorics
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered language, discourses, and rhetorics
  • Listening
  • Literacy
  • Literacy crises
  • Machine scoring—techniques & critiques
  • Mimesis
  • Narration
  • Native American languages, discourses, and rhetorics
  • New media
  • Porter G. Perrin
  • Teaching one-to-one
  • Teaching online
  • Teaching organization
  • Ownership
  • Pedagogy
  • Peer response pedagogy
  • Plagiarism: issues in pedagogy
  • Plagiarism policies
  • Portfolios
  • Print capitalism
  • Process and post-process scholarship and pedagogy
  • Quantitative research methods
  • Quotation
  • Race
  • Teaching undergraduate research
  • Research methods in comp/rhet
  • Reflection
  • Reflexivity
  • Theories of resistance
  • Revision
  • Rhetorical analysis
  • Second-language pedagogy
  • Service learning
  • Silence
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Space, place, and mobility
  • Standpoint theory
  • Style and stylistics
  • Survey methods
  • Synthesis
  • Teacher training
  • Teachers vs. students
  • Teaching assistants
  • Technologies
  • The cultural work of textbooks
  • Visual rhetoric
  • Writing across the curriculum
  • Writing program administration
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