Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom

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Diane Penrod
Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 163 pages
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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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Once an advertising copywriter, media buyer, and packaging design sales representative, DIANE PENROD now teaches college writing and communications studies courses as an assistant professor in the College of Communications at Rowan University in New Jersey.

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