Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom
Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 163 pages
The 14 essays in this anthology address a host of issues such as: what is cultural studies and how does it benefit composition? And what can we do with it? In each of these essays the classroom becomes a site where changes in students' thinking and writing take place.
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