Vol. 14 (2014/15)

Volume 14, Number One

Preview the Editor’s Introduction and the Table of Contents to see what’s inside the Fall 2014 issue of Reflections. Purchase your journal and individual copies of the articles.

Reflections Volume 14, Number  One
Reflections Volume 14, Number One

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Special Editors’ Introduction: Engaging the Possibilities of Disability Studies by Allison Hitt, Syracuse University and Bre Garrett, University of West Florida
Special Editors’ Introduction: Engaging the Possibilities of Disability Studies by Allison Hitt, Syracuse University and Bre Garrett, University of West Florida

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Interviews with Melanie Yergeau, Beth Ferri, Nirmala Erevelles, Allison Hitt, Syracuse University, and Bre Garrett, University of West Florida
Interviews with Melanie Yergeau, Beth Ferri, Nirmala Erevelles, Allison Hitt, Syracuse University, and Bre Garrett, University of West Florida

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Dangerous Reciprocity: Creating a Madness Narrative Research Methodology by Cynthia Fields, Virginia Tech
Dangerous Reciprocity: Creating a Madness Narrative Research Methodology by Cynthia Fields, Virginia Tech

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Mad Women on Display: Practices of Public Rhetoric at the Glore Psychiatric Museum by Lauren Obermark, University of Missouri-St. Louis and Madaline Walter, Benedictine College
Mad Women on Display: Practices of Public Rhetoric at the Glore Psychiatric Museum by Lauren Obermark, University of Missouri-St. Louis and Madaline Walter, Benedictine College

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Overcoming the Odds: Disability Studies, Fat Studies, and Rhetorics of Bodily Control by Laura Thacker, Kansas State University
Overcoming the Odds: Disability Studies, Fat Studies, and Rhetorics of Bodily Control by Laura Thacker, Kansas State University

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Interdependency as an Ethic for Accessible Intellectual Publics by Julie Jung, Illinois State University
Interdependency as an Ethic for Accessible Intellectual Publics by Julie Jung, Illinois State University

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Why Study Disability? Lessons Learned from a Community Writing Project by Annika Konrad, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Why Study Disability? Lessons Learned from a Community Writing Project by Annika Konrad, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Service on the Beach: Hyper-Focused Lessons from Hurricane Sandy by  Susan Naomi Bernstein, Arizona State University
Service on the Beach: Hyper-Focused Lessons from Hurricane Sandy by Susan Naomi Bernstein, Arizona State University

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Review: Artifactual Literacies: Every Object Tells a Story by Katherine Silvester, University of Arizona
Review: Artifactual Literacies: Every Object Tells a Story by Katherine Silvester, University of Arizona

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Review: Scalawag: A White Southerner’s Journey through Segregation to Human Rights Activism by Candace Epps-Robertson, Michigan State University
Review: Scalawag: A White Southerner’s Journey through Segregation to Human Rights Activism by Candace Epps-Robertson, Michigan State University

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Review: Signs and Wonders: Religious Rhetoric and the Preservation of Sign Language by Elizabeth Bentley, University of Arizona
Review: Signs and Wonders: Religious Rhetoric and the Preservation of Sign Language by Elizabeth Bentley, University of Arizona

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Review: Toward a New Rhetoric of Difference by Tara K. Wood, Rockford University
Review: Toward a New Rhetoric of Difference by Tara K. Wood, Rockford University

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Volume 14, Number Two

Preview the Editor’s Introduction and the Table of Contents to see what’s inside the Spring 2015 issue of Reflections. Purchase your journal and individual copies of the articles.

Reflections Volume 14, Number Two
Reflections Volume 14, Number Two

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Interview with Steve Parks, Syracuse University
Interview with Steve Parks, Syracuse University

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Designing the Future: Assessing Long-Term Impact of Service-Learning on Graduate Instructors by Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, University of Rhode Island; Megan Marie Bolinder, Northwest  Arkansas Community College; Nadya Pittendrigh, University of Illinois at Chicago; Candice Rai, University of Washington
Designing the Future: Assessing Long-Term Impact of Service-Learning on Graduate Instructors by Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, University of Rhode Island; Megan Marie Bolinder, Northwest Arkansas Community College; Nadya Pittendrigh, University of Illinois at Chicago; Candice Rai, University of Washington

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At-Risk of What? Rewriting a Prescribed Relationship in a Community Literacy Nonprofit Organization: A Dialogue, by Cherish Smith, Onondaga Community college and Vani Kannen, Syracuse University
At-Risk of What? Rewriting a Prescribed Relationship in a Community Literacy Nonprofit Organization: A Dialogue, by Cherish Smith, Onondaga Community college and Vani Kannen, Syracuse University

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Nomadic Thinking and Vagabond Research: Identifying and Exploring Ecological Literacies by Anne-Marie Hall, University of Arizona
Nomadic Thinking and Vagabond Research: Identifying and Exploring Ecological Literacies by Anne-Marie Hall, University of Arizona

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Review: Producing Good Citizens: Literacy Training in Anxious Times by Stephanie Rae Larson, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Review: Producing Good Citizens: Literacy Training in Anxious Times by Stephanie Rae Larson, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Review: Working with Multimodality: Rethinking Literacy in a Digital Age by Timothy R. Amidon, Colorado State University
Review: Working with Multimodality: Rethinking Literacy in a Digital Age by Timothy R. Amidon, Colorado State University

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Review: Bad Feminist by Laura Finley, Barry University
Review: Bad Feminist by Laura Finley, Barry University

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