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The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

2007

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Front Matter Jan 2007

Front Matter

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Editors' Message

Whitman writes in "Reconciliation":

For my enemy is dead, a man divine as myself is dead, I look where he lies, white-faced and still, in the coffin—I draw near, Bend down and touch lightly with my lips the white face in the coffin.
In that act, in a gentle kiss that joins self and enemy, he reconciles and eases the pain of war's devastation.

For Whitman, reconciliation is the "Word over all, beautiful as the sky," the deed that washes the world clean of the carnage of conflict. Without the act of reconciliation—the bringing together ...


Jaepl, Vol. 13, Winter 2007-2008, Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Linda T. Calendrillo Jan 2007

Jaepl, Vol. 13, Winter 2007-2008, Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Linda T. Calendrillo

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Essays

Bell Hooks. Writing for Reconciliation: A Musing

Devan Cook. The Value of Mutual Respect: What We Learn from Student Complaints .

This essay discusses the emotional labor of teaching and the ways writing programs can support that work.

Elizabeth Gardner, Patricia Calderwood, and Roben Toroysan. Dangerous Pedagogy

Using data primarily drawn from undergraduate psychology classes, we reflect upon what humane but "dangerous" pedagogy illustrates about our teaching and our students' learning.

Karen Surman Paley. Applying "Men and Women for Others" to Writing about Archeology.

This essay explores one archeology professor's pedagogy of caring during a summer field study of ...


Writing For Reconciliation: A Musing, Bell Hooks Jan 2007

Writing For Reconciliation: A Musing, Bell Hooks

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This musing grew out of the AEPL Summer Conference in Berea, Kentucky, June 2006, at which bell hooks was the keynote speaker.


The Value Of Mutual Respect: What We Learn From Student Complaints, Devan Cook Jan 2007

The Value Of Mutual Respect: What We Learn From Student Complaints, Devan Cook

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This essay discusses the emotional labor of teaching and the ways writing programs can support that work.


Dangerous Pedagogy, Elizabeth B. Gardner, Patricia E. Calderwood, Roben Torosyan Jan 2007

Dangerous Pedagogy, Elizabeth B. Gardner, Patricia E. Calderwood, Roben Torosyan

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Using data primarily drawn from undergraduate psychology classes, we reflect upon what humane but "dangerous" pedagogy illustrates about our teaching and our students' learning.


Applying “Men And Women For Others” To Writing About Archeology, Karen Surman Paley Jan 2007

Applying “Men And Women For Others” To Writing About Archeology, Karen Surman Paley

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This essay explores one archeology professor's pedagogy of caring during a summer field study of a former state school and orphanage.


The Other End Of The Kaleidoscope: Configuring Circles Of Teaching And Learning, Eudora Watson, Jennifer Mitchell, Victoria Levitt Jan 2007

The Other End Of The Kaleidoscope: Configuring Circles Of Teaching And Learning, Eudora Watson, Jennifer Mitchell, Victoria Levitt

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To reflect on and participate in reconsideration of convention in academic discourse, this essay presents three voices in three genres.


Connecting, Helen Walker, Steven Degeorge, Johanna Rodgers, Jeremiah Conway Jan 2007

Connecting, Helen Walker, Steven Degeorge, Johanna Rodgers, Jeremiah Conway

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Helen Walker. Connecting.

Steven DeGeorge —The Things They Bring to School .

Johanna Rodgers —Translating Authority

Jeremiah Conway —Emily's Cave


Reviews, Kabi Hartman, Caleb Corkery, Joel Kline, Terri Pullen Guezzar Jan 2007

Reviews, Kabi Hartman, Caleb Corkery, Joel Kline, Terri Pullen Guezzar

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Reviews

Kabi Hartman. Writing With, Through and Beyond the Text: An Ecology of Language. (Rebecca Luce-Kapler, 2004)

Caleb Corkery. African American Literacies Unleashed: Vernacular English and the Composition Classroom. (Arnetha F. Ball and Ted Lardner, 2005)

Joel Kline . Race, Rhetoric, and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground. (Adam J. Banks, 2006)

Terri Pullen Guezzar. Why Is Corporate America Bashing Our Public Schools? (Kathy Emery and Susan Ohanian, 2004)


Back Matter Jan 2007

Back Matter

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Reading Othello In Kentucky, Elizabeth Oakes, Heather Adkins, Maggie Brown, Carrie Carman, Gary Crump, Cle'shea Crain, Amanda Hayes, Tara Koger, Mike Sobiech, Chuck Williamson Jan 2007

Reading Othello In Kentucky, Elizabeth Oakes, Heather Adkins, Maggie Brown, Carrie Carman, Gary Crump, Cle'shea Crain, Amanda Hayes, Tara Koger, Mike Sobiech, Chuck Williamson

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Members of a graduate Shakespeare class at Western Kentucky University discuss Otherness in the context of Othello and national perceptions of Kentucky.


The “Not Trying” Of Writing, Rachel Forrester Jan 2007

The “Not Trying” Of Writing, Rachel Forrester

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A very spiritual "not trying," or non-work, is at the heart of composition.