Composition, Life Writing, and Blended Scholarship
Edited By Amy E. Robillard and D. Shane Combs
In How Stories Teach Us: Composition, Life Writing, and Blended Scholarship, Amy E. Robillard and D. Shane Combs leave behind the debate between the personal and the academic in composition studies in order to witness what happens when composition scholars allow both the personal and the academic to act upon them in the stories they tell. The editors and contributors, in blending their scholarship, celebrate the influence of life writing on their work and allow the contexts of their lives and the urgency of their stories to blend together for a range of approaches to scholarship and essay writing. This blended scholarship features scholars and teachers dealing with loss, grief, illness, trauma, depression, abuse, gender identity, and the ravages of time. How Stories Teach Us is both a challenge and an invitation to composition scholars to pursue a fuller and more robust approach to their scholarship and life stories. It is also an invitation to teachers of composition to open up the potentials of blended scholarship to the students they teach.
A Abramson, Kate 180, 186 Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi 142 Ahmed, Sara 124, 126 Allison, Dorothy 6 Aron, Elaine 141 B Bakhtin, Mikhail 82, 83, 142 Bawarshi, Anis, and Mary Jo Reiff 166 bearing witness 8, 9, 132, 142, 153, 159 Bennett, Jane 124 Birker...
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