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Aesthetic divinations: making sense and (non)sense of Mystory

Mystory represents the first steps towards a quantum leap from literal, alphabetical thinking into the world of electracy. It allows us to build up the confidence to think across several discourses (often simultaneously) while using the skills acquired by practicing … Continue reading

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Writing as Contested Practice: Response to Valerie Felita Kinloch

In “Revisiting the Promise of Students’ Right to Their Own Language: Pedagogical Strategies,” Kinloch examines the ways in which the original intentions of the 1974 CCCC document play out pedagogically in a 21st century classroom. She draws from her own … Continue reading

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