Reflections, a peer reviewed journal, provides a forum for scholarship on civic writing, service-learning and public rhetoric. Originally founded as a venue for teachers, researchers, students and community partners to share research and discuss the theoretical, political and ethical implications of community-based writing and writing instruction, Reflections publishes a lively collection of essays, empirical studies, community writing, student work, interviews and reviews in a format that brings together emerging scholars and leaders in the fields of community-based writing and civic engagement.We welcome materials that:
- Report on research
- Showcase community-based and student writing and/or artwork
- Investigate and represent literacy practices in diverse community settings
- Discuss theoretical, political and ethical implications of community-based writing
- Explore connections between service-learning, civic engagement, and current scholarship in composition studies and related fields
About our cover:
In 1964, the students pictured above heard three people (Chaney, Schewerner and Goodman) were missing in Mississippi and promptly jumped on a bus to stand for civil rights. To learn more about them, click here.