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Submissions from 2022

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Responding to ELL Students Across Disciplines: Using Education Research to Inform Writing Center Practice, Joseph Cheatle and Scott Jarvie

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Close Writing Practices in the Post-Secondary Classroom, Scott Jarvie and Michael Lockett

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"The home and the camp so inseparable": Northern Fictions and the Union Cause, Allison M. Johnson

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The Left-Armed Corps: Writings by Amputee Civil War Veterans, Allison M. Johnson

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She Who Remembers, Keenan Norris

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Urban Fiction, Keenan Norris

Submissions from 2021

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I never quite got it, what they meant: an introduction to poetic teaching, Alecia Beymer and Scott Jarvie

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We Must Name & Confront The Threat Of The White Mob, Jean Guerrero and Keenan Norris, Remezcla

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The Black Box: Close Reading Literary Life, Scott Jarvie

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Literary Philosophy and the Use of Uselessness, Scott A. Jarvie and Addyson Frattura

“Such men are remembered by me”: The Print Culture Post-War Lives of the Left-Armed Corps, Allison M. Johnson

‘The home and the camp so inseparable’: Northern Fictions and the Union Cause, Allison M. Johnson

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11 Afro-Latinx Writers Whose Work Traverses the Americas, Keenan Norris

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Being a ‘Double Minority’ Made Me a Better Writer, Keenan Norris, Alta

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Ersie Joyner is being hailed as a hero. The truth is more complicated than that, Keenan Norris

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How Black Writers Capture the Comedy and Dark Absurdity of Life in America, Keenan Norris

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Op-Ed: Banning an athlete for marijuana is illogical, unjust and dangerous, Keenan Norris

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The Confession of Copeland Cane, Keenan Norris

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A Complicated Relationship: How California’s Community Colleges Educate Future Police and Why Our Curriculum Needs to Change, Keenan Norris and Rubén Mendoza

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How Higher Education in America Has Been Hijacked by Colonization Warfare and Why We Need to Fight Back Now, Soma Sen and Keenan Norris, Visible Magazine

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Apple Removes Parler From App Store in Wake of U.S. Capitol Riot, Ryan Skinnell, NBC

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Attempted US Capitol Coup a Security and Existential Crisis, Ryan Skinnell, The Globe Post

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Conspiracy Theories, Ryan Skinnell, CBS Radio

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Only the Strong Will Survive? American Echoes of a Dark Past, Ryan Skinnell, Newsweek

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Political rhetoric comes under scrutiny, Ryan Skinnell, CBS Radio

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The Future of Politics on Twitter, Ryan Skinnell, The Rally with Jessica Zimmer

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The MAGA Mutiny Shows that America Isn’t a Fascist Country…Yet, Ryan Skinnell, Politically Speaking

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Trump's Rhetoric Wasn't Inconsequential And We Shouldn't Act Like It Was, Ryan Skinnell, Hill Reporter

Submissions from 2020

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That We Somehow Still Do This, Alecia Beymer and Scott Jarvie

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Religion and Its Reformation in America, Beginnings to 1730: An Anthology of Primary Sources, Michael J. Colacurcio and Allison M. Johnson

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Curating Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities, Katherine Harris, Matthew Gold, and Rebecca Frost Davis

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“You gotta believe in something, something, something”: Evoking literacy lives as nostalgia for the future, Scott Jarvie, Vaughn W. M. Watson, and Alecia Beymer

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Big Tech isn't going to save us, Revathi Krishnaswamy, The Hill

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Should U.S. have international monitors in 2020 election?, Revathi Krishnaswamy, The San Francisco Chronicle

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Border and Becoming as Sites of Theory, Michael C. McLane and Scott Jarvie

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Brother and the Dancer, Keenan Norris

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One Coyote, Keenan Norris

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Racism, Cop Curriculum, and Campus Safety, Keenan Norris, LA Review of Books

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The Blessèd Of The Earth, Keenan Norris

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The grim double consciousness Black NBA players must navigate, Keenan Norris, The Los Angeles Times

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A good democracy requires disagreement, conflict and argument, Ryan Skinnell, The Fulcrum

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Checking facts is the wrong way to understand political persuasion, Ryan Skinnell, The Hill

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“Defund the Police”: A Simple Slogan for a Complex Problem, Ryan Skinnell, Fair Observer

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Health Experts Stress Importance of Bolstering Vaccine Confidence for Communities of Color, Ryan Skinnell, Fox News Local

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Losing Big Might be Trump’s Best Campaign Strategy, Ryan Skinnell, Hill Reporter

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Shitposting for Fun and Profit, Ryan Skinnell, Arc Digital

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Survey Estimates 1 in 4 Americans Won’t Get Vaccinated for COVID-19 as Anti-Vaxxers Sow Doubt, Ryan Skinnell, Matt Bigler, KCBS All News

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Trump Lied His Way In and Is Lying His Way Out: What 20th-Century Fascists Can Teach Us about the Need for Truth in the 21st-Century, Ryan Skinnell, Public Seminar

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Trump’s Health and the Threat of Political Amnesia, Ryan Skinnell, Hill Reporter

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We learned plenty these four years. The lessons apply going forward., Ryan Skinnell, The Fulcrum

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With Multiple Vaccines in the Mix, Herd Immunity Could Come by Summer, Ryan Skinnell, CBS San Francisco

Submissions from 2019

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Myth and Christian Reading Practice in English Teaching, Scott Jarvie

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“O my friends, there is no friend”: Friendship & risking relational (im)possibilities in the classroom, Scott Jarvie

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Promising Truths, in Fiction & Teaching: Sincerity, Scott Jarvie

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“We do investigate ourselves”: figurative assessment practices as meaning-making in English education, Scott Jarvie and Alecia Beymer

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Difficult Knowledge(s) and the False Religion(s) of Schooling, Scott Jarvie and Kevin J. Burke

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Intellectual humility and the difficult knowledge of theology, Scott Jarvie and Kevin J. Burke

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Amputee Veterans Proved They Wouldn’t Be Left Out, Allison M. Johnson

The Left-Armed Corps: Amputee Veterans, Penmanship, and Writing the Civil War, Allison M. Johnson

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The Left-Armed Corps: Left Handed Penmanship Contests of 1865-1867, Allison M. Johnson

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The Scars We Carve: Bodies and Wounds in Civil War Print Culture, Allison M. Johnson

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“And What Should We Do About It?”: Community Engagement, the Flint Water Crisis, and Teaching as Salvage in the Michigan English Classroom, Madeline Langell and Scott Jarvie

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African Americans in Los Angeles, Keenan Norris

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Race, Keenan Norris

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Red Summer 1919/2019: The 100th Anniversary of a Current Crisis, Keenan Norris

The Pan-African Imaginary: Speculative Literature’s Near and Far Future Representations of African/American Populations and Black Diaspora Religious Practice, Keenan Norris

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Rhetoric’s Demagogue | Demagoguery’s Rhetoric: An Introduction, Ryan Skinnell

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Using Democracy Against Itself: Demagogic Rhetoric as an Attack on Democratic Institutions, Ryan Skinnell

Submissions from 2018

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Adoption of open educational resources in California colleges and universities, Ruth Guthrie, Katherine Harris, and Peter Krapp

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I Never Realized “Violence” Rhymed with “Silence” Until, Scott Jarvie

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The Sacred Backwards, Scott Jarvie

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Struggling to Belong: Literacy Instruction, Coaching, Learning, and Development, Mary M. Juzwik, Scott Jarvie, Ellen Cushman, and Heather Falconer

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The limits of resistant reading in critical literacy practices, Cori Ann McKenzie and Scott Jarvie

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Born By the River: Richard Wright, Barack Obama and “Chi-Raq”, Keenan Norris

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By the Lemon Tree, Keenan Norris

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Risk and Revelation, Keenan Norris

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Twice Good, Keenan Norris

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Welcome Children: Stories of Escape and a Land After History, Keenan Norris

Submissions from 2017

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Editors' Introduction: Questioning Margins and Centers in Reading, Writing, and Research, Scott Jarvie, Mary M. Juzwik, Ellen Cushman, Heather Falconer, and Mandie B. Dunn

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Always in flight: Malik Seneferu’s new sculpture at Sundial inspires youth with places to go, Meaghan Mitchell and Keenan Norris

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A Murder of Saviors, Keenan Norris

Chi-Raq Does Not Exist: Chicago Migration Narratives in Context of Popular Media Depictions of the Chi, circa 2016, Keenan Norris

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To Be Continued, or Who Lost the Civil War?, Keenan Norris

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Pedagod: God as Teacher, Avner Segall and Scott Jarvie

Submissions from 2016

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Final Progress Report California Open Educational Resources Council, Katherine Harris

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White Paper: OER Adoption Study: Using Open Educational Resources in the College Classroom, Katherine Harris and Committee Members California OER Council

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Review of In the Archives of Composition: Writing and Rhetoric in High Schools and Normal Schools, Lori Ostergaard and Henrietta Rix Wood, Ryan Skinnell

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A Modest Monograph on Shaw, Julie Sparks

Submissions from 2015

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Marking the Body, Marking the Text: David Greetham’s “Archive Fever”: A Talk Given in Honor David Greetham's Retirement from The Graduate Center, CUNY, Katherine D. Harris

Submissions from 2014

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[Digital] Archive, Katherine D. Harris

Submissions from 2013

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Marginalized-Literature-Market-Life: Black Writers, a Literature of Appeal and the Rise of Street Lit, Keenan Franklin Norris

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Carol Steinbeck at Work, Susan Shillinglaw

Submissions from 2012

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Barth, Barthes, and Bergson: Postmodern Aesthetics and the Imperative of the New, Paul Douglass

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Literary Annual, Katherine D. Harris

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Review of Poetry, Pictures, and Popular Publishing: The Illustrated Gift Book and Victorian Visual Culture 1855-1875 by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, Katherine D. Harris

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Rudolph Ackermann, Katherine D. Harris

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At West Lake, Morning Postcard, After Visiting Tiantai Mountain, Alan Soldofsky

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Recovery at Lake Tahoe, Alan Soldofsky

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Wandering Around, Alan Soldofsky

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A Myth of Transformation, Transformed Again, Julie A. Sparks