In Search of Eloquence: Cross-disciplinary Conversations on the Role of Writing in Undergraduate Education
This book dialogically links scholarship in rhetoric, composition, and English Studies to the perspectives of faculty outside of English, and by so doing manages to both challenge and expand current thinking about writing pedagogy. The authors' recognition of the centrality of writing in undergraduate education leads them into extensive conversations with faculty from other disciplines about writing's role in their own degree programs, scholarly disciplines, and professional practices. The goal is to lead to writing instruction that is truly integral to every program of study.
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