Books in the Boatwright Stacks

Please e-mail your classmates when you have one of these out. Be courteous and return the book(s) you have as soon as you are done. None of these titles are on reserve; they are in the stacks. Looking nearby in the stacks will doubtlessly unearth other treasures. Let us know and I'll add them to the list.

And if that isn't easy enough, you can connect to the Library Catalog here.

  • Anson, C. Writing and Response: Theory, Practice, and Research
  • Carrasquillo, A. Teaching English as a Second Language: A Resource Guide
  • Clifford, J. & Schilb, J. (eds.). Writing Theory and Critical Theory
  • Elbow, P. Writing With Power
  • Finegan, E. Attitudes Toward English Usage: The History of a War of Words
  • Harris, M. (ed.). Tutoring Writing: A Sourcebook for Writing Labs
  • Hawisher, G., et al. (eds.). Computers and the Teaching of Writing in American Higher Education 1979-1994: A Case History.
  • Herrington, A and Moran, C. (eds.). Writing, Teaching, and Learning in the Disciplines
  • Hofstede, Geert. Cultures and Organizations: Software of the Mind.
  • Howard, T. A Rhetoric of Electronic Communities
  • Hunter, S. & Wallace, R. (eds.). The Place of Grammar in Writing Instruction.
  • Lanham, R. The Electronic Word.
  • Lanham, R. Revising Prose
  • Sapir, E. Four titles on language use, history, and grammar.
  • Wallace, R & Simpson, J (eds.). The Writing Center: New Directions

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