Vol. 15 (2015/16)

Volume 15, Number One

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

Reflections Volume 15, Number One
Reflections Volume 15, Number One

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Interview with Cassandra Simon, Founding Editor of Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship
Interview with Cassandra Simon, Founding Editor of Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship

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Katrina: Reflections on a Social Work Career 10 Years Later by Daphne Cain, University  of Mississippi
Katrina: Reflections on a Social Work Career 10 Years Later by Daphne Cain, University of Mississippi

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Poetry: My One Good Thing by Benji Perin, University of Washington
Poetry: My One Good Thing by Benji Perin, University of Washington

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Assimilative Rhetorics in 19th Century African American Literacy Manuals by Amanda Athon, Governors State University
Assimilative Rhetorics in 19th Century African American Literacy Manuals by Amanda Athon, Governors State University

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Service Learning as Social Justice Activism: Students Help a Campus Shift to Bystander Awareness by Irene Lietz, Carlow, University and Erin Tunney, Women’s Aid Armagh-	Down in Northern Ireland
Service Learning as Social Justice Activism: Students Help a Campus Shift to Bystander Awareness by Irene Lietz, Carlow, University and Erin Tunney, Women’s Aid Armagh- Down in Northern Ireland

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Visualizing Street Harassment: Mapping the “10 Hours of Walking” Street Harassment Meme by Rebecca Hayes, Michigan State University
Visualizing Street Harassment: Mapping the “10 Hours of Walking” Street Harassment Meme by Rebecca Hayes, Michigan State University

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Tobi Jacobi and Ann Folwell Stanford, Eds. Women, Writing and Prison: Activists, 	Scholars, and Writers Speak Out
Tobi Jacobi and Ann Folwell Stanford, Eds. Women, Writing and Prison: Activists, Scholars, and Writers Speak Out

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Review: Cruz Medina. Reclaiming Poch@ Pop: Examining the Rhetoric of Cultural Deficiency by Victor J. Del Hierro, Michigan State University
Review: Cruz Medina. Reclaiming Poch@ Pop: Examining the Rhetoric of Cultural Deficiency by Victor J. Del Hierro, Michigan State University

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Review: Frankie Condon. I Hope I Join the Band: Narrative, Affiliation, and Antiracist 	Rhetoric by Kelly A. Concannon, Nova Southeastern University
Review: Frankie Condon. I Hope I Join the Band: Narrative, Affiliation, and Antiracist Rhetoric by Kelly A. Concannon, Nova Southeastern University

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Volume 15, Number Two

Preview the Editor’s Introduction, the Table of Contents, and the abstracts of the articles to see what’s inside the Spring 2016 issue. Purchase your journal and individual copies of the articles.

Reflections Volume 15, Issue 2, Spring 2016 - Entire Issue
Reflections Volume 15, Issue 2, Spring 2016 - Entire Issue

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A Prison Story: Public Rhetoric, Community Writing, and the Politics of Gender by Michelle Hall Kells, University of New Mexico
A Prison Story: Public Rhetoric, Community Writing, and the Politics of Gender by Michelle Hall Kells, University of New Mexico

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Figuring identities and taking action: The tension between strategic and practical gender needs within a critical literacy program by Christopher Worthman, DePaul University
Figuring identities and taking action: The tension between strategic and practical gender needs within a critical literacy program by Christopher Worthman, DePaul University

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Transforming Failures into Threshold Moments: Supporting Faculty through the Challenges of Service-Learning by Jaclyn M. Wells, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Transforming Failures into Threshold Moments: Supporting Faculty through the Challenges of Service-Learning by Jaclyn M. Wells, University of Alabama, Birmingham

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Review: Code-Meshing as World English: Pedagogy, Policy, Performance by Shane Teague, Texas State University
Review: Code-Meshing as World English: Pedagogy, Policy, Performance by Shane Teague, Texas State University

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Review: After the Public Turn: Composition, Counterpublics and the Citizen Bricoleur by Phyllis Mentzell Ryder, George Washington University
Review: After the Public Turn: Composition, Counterpublics and the Citizen Bricoleur by Phyllis Mentzell Ryder, George Washington University

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Review: composing (media) = composing(embodiment): bodies, technologies, writing, the teaching of writing by Jennifer England, New Mexico State University
Review: composing (media) = composing(embodiment): bodies, technologies, writing, the teaching of writing by Jennifer England, New Mexico State University

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