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Título Local knowledges, local practices: writing in the disciplines at Cornell / edited by Jonathan MonroeLibros / Impreso - Libros
Autor(es) Monroe, Jonathan (Editor)
Publicación Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania : University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003
Descripción Física xvi, 304 páginas ; 25 cm
Idioma Inglés;
Series Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture
ISBN 0822941961
Clasificación(es) 808.042
HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS SOCIALES
Departamento de Artes y Humanidades
Materia(s) Lengua inglesa; Educación; Escritura académica; Estudio y enseñanza;
Nota(s) Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
CONTENIDO: Cultures of Writing: From Cornerstone to Capstone Local Knowledges, Local Practices: An Introduction, Jonathan Monroe. TAs and the Teaching of Writing at Cornell: A Historical Perspective, Katherine Gottschalk. Writing without Friction, Keith Hjortshoj. Finding Places for Writing in a Research University: A Director's View, Harry E. Shaw. Cultures and Acculturation: Teaching, Writing, and Learning in Field-Specific Contexts Animal Science. Writing Animals, Elizabeth Oltenacu. Anthropology. Exoticizing the Familiar: Familiarizing the Exotic, Jane Fajans."You Can Make a Difference": Human Rights as the Subject Matter for a First-Year Writing Seminar, Billie Jean Isbell. Writing from (Field) Experience,Kathryn S. March. City and Regional Planning. The Invisible City of Color, or "I Thought This Was a Course on Writing!", William W. Goldsmith. Cognitive Science. Writing in Cognitive Science: Exploring the Life of the Mind, Michael J. Spivey. English. Freshman Rhetoric and Media Literacy, Paul Sawyer. Toward a Community of Inquiry: Teaching Cornell Advanced Placement Students, Daniel R. Schwarz. Government. Teaching Writing about International Relations, Matthew Evangelista. Writing Political Science: Asking a Question then (Actually) Answering It, Mary Fainsod Katzenstein. The Politics of Writing, Rose McDermott. Linguistics. Translation and Appropriation in Foreign Language and Writing Classrooms, John Whitman. Near Eastern Studies. Writing Religion at Cornell (Reflections of a Penitent Professor),Ross Brann. Neurobiology and Behavior. Teaching Behavioral Ecology through Writing,Paul W. Sherman. Philosophy. Cultivating Dialectical Imagination ,Jennifer E. Whiting. Romance Studies. Writing (Not Drawing) a Blank, Marilyn Migiel. Sociology. Writing as a Sociologist, Michael Macy. Afterword: Writing Writing, Jonathan Monroe
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