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0.32 Cathleen Breidenbach Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Two Further Comments on "Teaching and Learning as a Man", College English, 1997.
0.31 Jean S. Mullen, Reply to Lynn Z Bloom, College English, 1974.
0.30 Judith A. Spector, Gender Studies: New Directions for Feminist Criticism, College English, 1981.
0.28 Rosemarie Arbur, What's Wrong Is Female English Teachers!, College English, 1978.
0.26 Thomas J. Farrell, For the Rise of Higher Masculinity: A Comment on Diana Hume George's "The Miltonic Ideal", College English, 1979.
0.26 H. Lee Gershuny, Public Doublespeak: The Dictionary, College English, 1975.
0.26 Lynn Z. Bloom, Cherchez la femme Oui-mais toujours?: The Sexist Fallacy in Textbook Criticism, College English, 1974.
0.25 Anne Dalke, "The House-Band": The Education of Men in Little Women, College English, 1985.
0.25 Mimi R. Gladstein, Ayn Rand and Feminism: An Unlikely Alliance, College English, 1978.
0.24 Lynn Z. Bloom, The Case of the Missing Author, College English, 1978.
0.24 Robert J. Di Pietro, Comment on Alleen Pace Nilsen, College English, 1972.
0.24 Jean S. Mullen, Part I: Women Writers in Freshman Textbooks, College English, 1972.
0.23 Debrah Raschke, A Comment on "Writing (With) Cixous", College English, 1988.
0.23 Elaine Showalter, Women and the Literary Curriculum, College English, 1971.
0.23 Carol Lee Saffioti, A Comment on Jean E Kennard's "Personally Speaking", College English, 1981.
0.23 Sandra M. Gilbert Susan Gubar, Sexchanges, College English, 1988.
0.23 Diana Hume George, Diana Hume George Responds, College English, 1979.
0.22 Ozzie J. Mayers, The Power of the Pin: Sewing as an Act of Rootedness in American Literature, College English, 1988.
0.22 Elaine Showalter, Response to Will C Jumper, College English, 1971.
0.22 Jonathan Z. Kamholtz Robin Sheets, Women Writers and the Survey of English Literature: A Proposal and Annotated Bibliography for Teachers, College English, 1984.
0.22 Eugene R. August, "Modern Men" or Men's Studies in the 80s, College English, 1982.
0.22 Will C. Jumper, Comment on the May Issue, College English, 1971.
0.22 Annis Pratt, The New Feminist Criticism, College English, 1971.
0.22 Margaret Pigott, Margaret Pigott Responds, College English, 1980.
0.21 Mary Anne Ferguson, Response to Mr Gleason, College English, 1971.
0.21 George V. Griffith Margaret K. Griffith, A Comment on Sexist Roadblocks in Writing, College English, 1980.
0.21 Patrick McGann Gesa E. Kirsch, Two Comments on "Teaching and Learning as a Man", College English, 1996.
0.21 Dolores Barracano Schmidt, The Great American Bitch, College English, 1971.
0.21 Jean E. Kennard, Personally Speaking: Feminist Critics and the Community of Readers, College English, 1981.
0.21 Florence Howe, Those We Still Don't Read, College English, 1981.
0.21 Janis Haswell Richard H. Haswell, Gendership and the Miswriting of Students, College Composition and Communication, 1995.
0.21 Eileen E. Schell, Feminist (Un)motherhood: Reigning Rhetorics of Mothering Inside and Outside of Academe, JAC, 2002.
0.21 Sydney Kaplan, "Featureless Freedom" or Ironic Submission: Dorothy Richardson and May Sinclair, College English, 1971.
0.21 E. Miller Budick, The Feminist Discourse of Sylvia Plath's the Bell Jar, College English, 1987.
0.20 Tillie Olsen, Women Who Are Writers in Our Century: One out of Twelve, College English, 1972.
0.20 Roberta C. Martin, "Beauteous Wonder of a Different Kind": Aphra Behn's Destabilization of Sexual Categories, College English, 1998.
0.20 Sandra Gilbert, Sandra Gilbert Responds, College English, 1979.
0.20 Julia P. Stanley, Sexist Grammar, College English, 1978.
0.20 Patricia Sharpe F. E. Mascia-Lees C. B. Cohen, White Women and Black Men: Differential Responses to Reading Black Women's Texts, College English, 1990.
0.20 Elaine Hedges, Women in the Colleges: One Year Later, College English, 1972.
0.20 Florence Howe, A Report on Women and the Profession, College English, 1971.
0.20 Michael Foley, A Comment on "Women Writers and the Survey of English Literature", College English, 1986.
0.20 Sandra M. Gilbert, Life Studies or Speech after Long Silence: Feminist Critics Today, College English, 1979.
0.20 Joy S. Ritchie, Confronting the "Essential" Problem: Reconnecting Feminist Theory and Pedagogy, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1990.
0.19 Devoney Looser, Composing as an "Essentialist"?: New Directions for Feminist Composition Theories, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.19 Maxine S. Rose, Sexism in Five Leading Collegiate Dictionaries, College Composition and Communication, 1979.
0.19 Elizabeth A. Flynn, Composing as a Woman, College Composition and Communication, 1988.
0.19 Minda Rae Amiran, What Women's Literature?, College English, 1978.
0.19 Deborah Kennedy, A Comment on the 'F' Word: The Feminist in the Classroom, College English, 1991.
0.19 Molly A. Mack, What's Wrong with Female English Teachers?, College English, 1978.
0.19 Dorothy Margaret Guinn, Language as a Way of Seeing Descriptive Choices of Males and Females, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.19 Sara Farris, "What's in It for Me?" Two Students' Responses to a Feminist Pedagogy, College Composition and Communication, 1992.
0.19 David Bleich, Response to Rebecca Patterson, College English, 1970.
0.19 Elizabeth A. Flynn, Politicizing the Composing Process and Women's Ways of Interacting: A Response to "A Conversation with Mary Belenky", Journal of Advanced Composition, 1991.
0.18 Elizabeth Tebeaux Mary M. Lay, The Emergence of the Feminine Voice 1526-1640: The Earliest Published Books by English Renaissance Women, JAC, 1995.
0.18 Nan Bauer Maglin, The Demoralization Paper; Or Janet Mandelbaum Jane Clifford Anna Giardino Zelda Campbell Mira Ward and Myself: The Fate of Six English Teachers, College English, 1982.
0.18 Hui Wu, A Comment on "Historical Studies and Postmodernism: Rereading Aspasia of Miletus", College English, 2000.
0.18 Sue Ellen Holbrook, Women's Work: The Feminizing of Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1991.
0.18 Elaine Reuben, Socialization in Mrs Dalloway: Comment, College English, 1972.
0.17 Meredith Cary, Literature and Liberation, College English, 1976.
0.17 Robert G. Wood, The Dialectic Suppression of Feminist Thought in Radical Pedagogy, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1993.
0.17 Robert D. Narveson George Bellis, Two Comments on "Textual Harassment of Marvell's Coy Mistress: The Institutionalization of Masculine Criticism", College English, 1989.
0.17 Marilyn R. Farwell, Adrienne Rich and an Organic Feminist Criticism, College English, 1977.
0.17 Susan Gubar, The Graying of Professor Erma Bombeck, College English, 1999.
0.17 Adrienne Rich, When We Dead Awaken: Writing as Re-Vision, College English, 1972.
0.17 Krista Ratcliffe, A Rhetoric of Textual Feminism: (Re)Reading the Emotional in Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.17 Diana Hume George Walter J. Ong, The Miltonic Ideal: A Paradigm for the Structure of Relations between Men and Women in Academia, College English, 1979.
0.17 Linda Mizejewski, Sappho to Sexton: Woman Uncontained, College English, 1973.
0.17 Jessica Enoch, "Para la Mujer": Defining a Chicana Feminist Rhetoric at the Turn of the Century, College English, 2004.
0.17 Eileen E. Schell, With Friends Like These Who Needs Enemies?: Reading the Trash and Shock Rhetorics of Feminism's "Internal" Critics, JAC, 2003.
0.17 C. Jan Swearingen, Plato's Feminine: Appropriation Impersonation and Metaphorical Polemic, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.17 Barbara Hillyer Davis, A Comment on "Locutions and Locations: More Feminist Theory and Practice 1985", College English, 1988.
0.17 Dale M. Bauer, Dale M Bauer Responds, College English, 1991.
0.17 Barbara Viniar, Re-Examining Sexist Roadblocks, College English, 1980.
0.17 Joy Ritchie Kathleen Boardman, Feminism in Composition: Inclusion Metonymy and Disruption, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.17 Clara Juncker, Writing (With) Cixous, College English, 1988.
0.16 Elaine Reuben, Can a Young Girl from a Small Mining Town Find Happiness Writing Criticism for the New York Review of Books?, College English, 1972.
0.16 Jill Eichhorn, Women's Bodies in the College Writing Classroom: The Threat of Feeling Exposed, College Composition and Communication, 1992.
0.16 Carol Weiher, Sexism in Language and Sex Differences in Language Usage: Which Is More Important?, College Composition and Communication, 1976.
0.16 William W. Morgan, Images of Men and Maleness: A Thematic Approach to Teaching Women Writers, College English, 1979.
0.16 Carol Lopate, Selling to Ms Consumer, College English, 1977.
0.16 Josephine Donovan, Comment for Zelda Austen, College English, 1976.
0.16 Robert J. Connors, Teaching and Learning as a Man, College English, 1996.
0.16 Muriel R. Schulz, How Serious Is Sex Bias in Language?, College Composition and Communication, 1975.
0.16 Lindal Buchanan, Regendering Delivery: The Fifth Canon and the Maternal Rhetor, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.16 Candace Helgeson, The Prisoners of Texts: Male Chauvinism in College Handbooks and Rhetorics, College English, 1976.
0.16 Alleen Pace Nilsen, Women in Children's Literature, College English, 1971.
0.16 Jeane Harris, The Emergence of a Feminizing Ethos in Adrienne Rich's Poetry, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1988.
0.16 Zelda Austen, Why Feminist Critics Are Angry with George Eliot, College English, 1976.
0.16 Marian M. Sciachitano, Introduction: Feminist Sophistics Pedagogy Group, College Composition and Communication, 1992.
0.16 Martina Sciolino, Kathy Acker and the Postmodern Subject of Feminism, College English, 1990.
0.16 Mary K. De Shazer, Sexist Language in Composition Textbooks: Still a Major Issue?, College Composition and Communication, 1981.
0.16 Pegeen Reichert, A Contributing Listener and Other Composition Wives: Reading and Writing the Feminine Metaphors in Composition Studies, JAC, 1996.
0.16 Audrey Wick, The Feminist Sophistic Enterprise: From Euripides to the Vietnam War, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1992.
0.16 Teresa L. Ebert, The "Difference" of Postmodern Feminism, College English, 1991.
0.16 Zelda Austen, Response to Josephine Donovan, College English, 1976.
0.16 Margaret M. Coté, Now That We Have a Room of Our Own Are We Throwing Away the Key?, College English, 1982.
0.16 Mary Helen Washington, New Lives and New Letters: Black Women Writers at the End of the Seventies, College English, 1981.
0.15 Patricia Bizzell, Opportunities for Feminist Research in the History of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.15 Karen Powers-Stubbs, Watching Ourselves: Feminist Teachers and Authority, College Composition and Communication, 1992.
0.15 Thomas J. Farrell, The Female and Male Modes of Rhetoric, College English, 1979.
0.15 Julia P. Stanley, When We Say "Out of the Closets!", College English, 1974.
0.15 Hui Wu, Historical Studies of Rhetorical Women Here and There: Methodological Challenges to Dominant Interpretive Frameworks, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.15 Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Resistance Women and Dismissing the "I", Rhetoric Review, 1998.
0.15 Susan Hunter, A Woman's Place Is in the Composition Classroom: Pedagogy Gender and Difference, Rhetoric Review, 1991.
0.15 Molly A. Mack, Molly A Mack Responds, College English, 1978.