Vol 39, No 2 (2010)

Summer/Fall 2010

Table of Contents


Student-Centered Designs of Pan-African Literature Courses PDF
Babacar M'Baye 1-27
Equality of Bias: An Approach to Teaching Feminism in the Composition Classroom PDF
Courtney Stanton 28-39
Designing the Early American Literature Component of the Undergraduate American Literature Survey Course PDF
Richard De Prospo 40-53
Debunking "You Want Fries with That?": Designing Courses to Bridge the Gap between Degree and Career PDF
Monica Luebke, Althea E. Rhodes 54-72


Designing Assessment for Postmodern Academia: Examining How a Move to a Postmodern Qualitative Assessment Changed a Department PDF
Krystia Nora, Marjorie Stewart, Jeffrey Condran, Katie Talerico, Karen Santelli 73-74
No Longer a Spinning Satellite: Designing a Collaborative Faculty Community through Qualitative Assessment PDF
Katie Talerico 75-81
A Bold Move: Reframing Composition through Assessment Design PDF
Jeffrey Condran 82-86
Moving Forward in Writing Program Assessment Design: Why Postmodern Qualitative Assessment Makes Sense PDF
Krystia Nora 87-96
Journey into Light: Developing Better Questions Together through Qualitative Assessment PDF
Karen Santelli 97-106
Another Fine Mess Assessment's Gotten Us Into: Inheriting the Gooey, Slimy, Delicious Mess of Qualitative Assessment PDF PDF
Marjorie Stewart 107-114


Confessions of a Tenured Professor: Relax, Don't Be So Banal PDF
Colin Irvine 115-124

Book Reviews

Review: Gordon Hutner, What America Read: Taste, Class, and the Novel, 1920-1960 PDF
Scott Suter 125-127

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