Vol. 10 (2010/11)

V o l u m e   T e n,  N u m b e r   O n e

Editor’s Introduction, by Brian Bailie & Collette Caton
Editor’s Introduction, by Brian Bailie & Collette Caton

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Digital (Dis)engagement: Politics, Technology, Writing, by Michael D. Donnelly
Digital (Dis)engagement: Politics, Technology, Writing, by Michael D. Donnelly

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Public 2.0. Social Networking, Nonprofits, and the Rhetorical Work of Public Making, by Phyllis Ryder
Public 2.0. Social Networking, Nonprofits, and the Rhetorical Work of Public Making, by Phyllis Ryder

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Viral Advocacy: Networking Labor Organizing in Higher Education, by Kevin Mahoney
Viral Advocacy: Networking Labor Organizing in Higher Education, by Kevin Mahoney

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Global Street papers and Homeless [Counter] publics: Rethinking the Technologies of Community Publishing, by Erin Anderson
Global Street papers and Homeless [Counter] publics: Rethinking the Technologies of Community Publishing, by Erin Anderson

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Reshaping Slacktivist Rhetoric: Social Networking for Social Change, by Joannah Portman-Daley
Reshaping Slacktivist Rhetoric: Social Networking for Social Change, by Joannah Portman-Daley

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Civil Engagement and New Media, by Michelle Albert
Civil Engagement and New Media, by Michelle Albert

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(Un)civil Discourse in Nonprofits’ Use of Web 2.0, by Robert W. McEachern
(Un)civil Discourse in Nonprofits’ Use of Web 2.0, by Robert W. McEachern

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Txt Msgs 4 Afrca: Social Justice Communities in a Digital World, by Laurie A. Britt-Smith
Txt Msgs 4 Afrca: Social Justice Communities in a Digital World, by Laurie A. Britt-Smith

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Change is Really Hard Work: An Interview with Jeffrey Grabill, by Paula Mathieu
Change is Really Hard Work: An Interview with Jeffrey Grabill, by Paula Mathieu

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An English Teacher’s Manifesto, or Writing My Way into Labor Activism, by Amy Lynch-Biniek
An English Teacher’s Manifesto, or Writing My Way into Labor Activism, by Amy Lynch-Biniek

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Review of Going Public: What Writing Programs Learn from Engagement edited by Shirley K. Rose and Irwin Weiser, reviewed by Emily Donnelli-Sallee
Review of Going Public: What Writing Programs Learn from Engagement edited by Shirley K. Rose and Irwin Weiser, reviewed by Emily Donnelli-Sallee

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Review of Writing Community Change: Designing Technologies for Citizen Action by Jeffrey T. Grabill, reviewed by Thomas Deans
Review of Writing Community Change: Designing Technologies for Citizen Action by Jeffrey T. Grabill, reviewed by Thomas Deans

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Rewriting a Master Narrative: HBCUs and Community Literacy Partnerships, Editors' Introduction by Reva E. Sias and Beverly J. Moss
Rewriting a Master Narrative: HBCUs and Community Literacy Partnerships, Editors' Introduction by Reva E. Sias and Beverly J. Moss

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Richard Allen and the Prehistory of Engaged Community Learning at HBCUs, by Elizabeth Kimball
Richard Allen and the Prehistory of Engaged Community Learning at HBCUs, by Elizabeth Kimball

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“Found” Literacy Partnerships: Service and Activism at Spelman College, by Zandra L. Jordan
“Found” Literacy Partnerships: Service and Activism at Spelman College, by Zandra L. Jordan

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Letters to Young High School Students: Writing and Uniting an Academic Community, by Shirley E. Faulkner-Springfield
Letters to Young High School Students: Writing and Uniting an Academic Community, by Shirley E. Faulkner-Springfield

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African American Students Learn by Serving the African American Community: A Jackson State University Example of “Challenging Minds and Changing Lives,” by Preselfannie E. Whitfield McDaniels, Kashelia J. Harrion, Rochelle Smith Glenn, and Gisele Nicole Gentry
African American Students Learn by Serving the African American Community: A Jackson State University Example of “Challenging Minds and Changing Lives,” by Preselfannie E. Whitfield McDaniels, Kashelia J. Harrion, Rochelle Smith Glenn, and Gisele Nicole Gentry

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Pro Christo et Humanitate: Making Lives Through Literacy and Community Partnerships at Shaw University, by Kendra Fullwood
Pro Christo et Humanitate: Making Lives Through Literacy and Community Partnerships at Shaw University, by Kendra Fullwood

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“Upholding the Tradition”: Connecting Community with Literacy and Service-Learning at Claflin University, by Corrie Claiborne and Stephany Rose
“Upholding the Tradition”: Connecting Community with Literacy and Service-Learning at Claflin University, by Corrie Claiborne and Stephany Rose

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Roosevelt Wilson and the Capital Outlook Newspaper: Agents of Social Change for Florida A&M University and its Community, by Veronica Adams Yon
Roosevelt Wilson and the Capital Outlook Newspaper: Agents of Social Change for Florida A&M University and its Community, by Veronica Adams Yon

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Review of Vision, Rhetoric, and Social Action in the Composition Classroom by Kristie S. Fleckenstein, reviewed by Tanya K. Rodrigue
Review of Vision, Rhetoric, and Social Action in the Composition Classroom by Kristie S. Fleckenstein, reviewed by Tanya K. Rodrigue

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Review of Floodlines: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six by Jordan Flaherty, reviewed by Doreen Piano
Review of Floodlines: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six by Jordan Flaherty, reviewed by Doreen Piano

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