- Author:Phyllis Sherman Kahaney,Judith Liu
- Publisher:University of Michigan Press (September 7, 2001)
- Pages:208 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Contested Terrain book. Contested Terrain-like the Writing Across the Curriculum movement-roots itself in the position that reading and writing are political activities.
Contested Terrain book. Phyllis Kahaney and Judith Liu, with this collection, call for a new way of creating discourse communities, one that changes the rules about how meaning is made in various academic disciplines by opening discourse to include more voices-voices that reflect the changing American society.
Contested Terrain : Diversity, Writing, and Knowledge. Over the past ten years the writing curriculum in colleges and universities has been adapted to recognize cultural diversity in the classroom. By studying this changing curriculum, the contributors to this volume attempt to clarify the ways in which issues of authority, audience, and discourse have intersected to create meaning.
Diversity, Writing, and Knowledge. Contested Terrain -like the Writing Across the Curriculum movement-roots itself in the position that reading and writing are political activities. A challenge to the way we think about writing on university campuses.
Contested Terrain: Diversity, Writing, and Knowledge. Phyllis Kahaney, Judith Liu. 2001.
Phyllis Sherman Kahaney, American Humanities educator.
May contain writing and highlighting on some pages. Cover shows a little wear but the book is in good condition. Provides an insightful framework through which we can hear the many voices debating the past, present, and future of the Adirondacks. If any one book is to be read on the Adirondacks, this is i. New York History.
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She is best known for her first novel, The Orchid House (1953),.
She is best known for her first novel, The Orchid House (1953), based on her own early life, which in 1991 was turned into a Channel 4 television miniseries in the United Kingdom.
The book offers detailed methodological explications and practical examples of ological inquiry. This paper designs and implements a demonstration to generate the effect of three-dimensional terrain. It shows how to orient oneself to human experience in education and how to construct a textual question which evokes a fundamental sense of wonder, and it provides a broad and systematic set of approaches for gaining experiential material that forms the basis for textual reflections. The system uses the gray-scale map of each pixel of light and shade information to generate the three-dimensional terrain coordinates of the.