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0.30 William Kinsley, Black and White Again, College English, 1970.
0.29 David G. Holmes, Cross-Racial Voicing: Carl Van Vechten's Imagination and the Search for an African American Ethos, College English, 2006.
0.28 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.
0.28 Keith D. Miller, Plymouth Rock Landed on Us: Malcolm X's Whiteness Theory as a Basis for Alternative Literacy, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.28 David G. Holmes, The Civil Rights Movement According to "Crash": Complicating the Pedagogy of Integration, College English, 2007.
0.27 Blyden Jackson, A Survey Course in Negro Literature, College English, 1974.
0.27 Geneva Smitherman, Response to Hunt Meyers et al, College English, 1974.
0.26 Joyce Irene Middleton, Kris I Hear You, JAC, 2000.
0.25 Tammie M. Kennedy Joyce Irene Middleton Krista Ratcliffe, The Matter of Whiteness: Or Why Whiteness Studies Is Important to Rhetoric and Composition Studies, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.25 Thomas R. West, White Power White Fear, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.24 Catherine Prendergast Ira Shor, When Whiteness Is Visible: The Stories We Tell about Whiteness, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.24 Epsy Colling, The Marks of the Slave, College English, 1941.
0.24 Kelvin Monroe, Writin da Funk Dealer: Songs of Reflections and Reflex/shuns, College English, 2004.
0.24 Kermit E. Campbell, The "Signifying Monkey" Revisited: Vernacular Discourse and African American Personal Narratives, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1994.
0.24 Lisa Albrecht, "Actions Speak Louder than Words" (Author Unknown), Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.23 Elizabeth A. Schultz, The Insistence upon Community in the Contemporary Afro-American Novel, College English, 1979.
0.23 Joyce Pettis, "She Sung Back in Return": Literary (Re)vision and Transformation in Gayl Jones's Corregidora, College English, 1990.
0.23 Frederick C. Stern, Black Lit White Crit?, College English, 1974.
0.23 Carmen Kynard, "I Want to Be African": In Search of a Black Radical Tradition/African-American-Vernacularized Paradigm for "Students' Right to Their Own Language" Critical Literacy and "Class Politics", College English, 2007.
0.23 Elaine Richardson, "To Protect and Serve": African American Female Literacies, College Composition and Communication, 2002.
0.23 Clyde C. Clements_ Jr., A Flag of Many Colors: American Ethnic Writing and Ethnic Studies, College English, 1973.
0.22 , Errata: An African Athens: Rhetoric and the Shaping Democracy in South Africa, College Composition and Communication, 2003.
0.22 Valerie Babb, "The Joyous Circle": The Vernacular Presence in Frederick Douglass's Narratives, College English, 2005.
0.22 Vorris L. Nunley, Optimistic Pessimism: A Response to Matthew Jackson, JAC, 2007.
0.22 Jon L. Clayborne, Modern Black Drama and the Gay Image, College English, 1974.
0.22 Ashley Tidey, Limping or Flying? Psychoanalysis Afrocentrism and Song of Solomon, College English, 2000.
0.22 James A. Banks, A Profile of the Black American: Implications for Teaching, College Composition and Communication, 1968.
0.22 Reginald Martin, The New Black Aesthetic Critics and Their Exclusion from American "Mainstream" Criticism, College English, 1988.
0.22 Glenda Gill, Teaching Black Literature on the College Campus, College Composition and Communication, 1974.
0.21 John S. Lash, What Is "Negro Literature"?, College English, 1947.
0.21 Daniel Bernd, Poem, College Composition and Communication, 1971.
0.21 Vershawn Ashanti Young, Your Average Nigga, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.21 Johnnie M. Stover, Nineteenth-Century African American Women's Autobiography as Social Discourse: The Example of Harriet Ann Jacobs, College English, 2003.
0.21 Laurie Grobman, Teaching Cross-Racial Texts: Cultural Theft in "The Secret Life of Bees", College English, 2008.
0.21 Daniel Punday, Ishmael Reed's Rhetorical Turn: Uses of "Signifying" in Reckless Eyeballing, College English, 1992.
0.21 Roger Whitlow, Alive and Well: A Nationwide Study of Black Literature Courses and Teachers in American Colleges and Universities, College English, 1975.
0.21 Robert H. Swennes, Can White Liberals Teach Black English in Negro Colleges in the South?, College Composition and Communication, 1969.
0.21 Amy E. Winans, Local Pedagogies and Race: Interrogating White Safety in the Rural College Classroom, College English, 2005.
0.21 Reginald Martin, Current Thought in African-American Literary Criticism: An Introduction, College English, 1990.
0.21 Nick Aaron Ford, I Teach Negro Literature, College English, 1941.
0.20 David Weber, A Note on "The Language of White Racism", College English, 1970.
0.20 Barbara Foley, The Rhetoric of Anticommunism in Invisible Man, College English, 1997.
0.20 Thomas Fox, Repositioning the Profession: Teaching Writing to African American Students, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1992.
0.20 Don K. Pierstorff, Letter from Don K Pierstorff, College English, 1974.
0.20 Sarah Webster Fabio, What Is Black?, College Composition and Communication, 1968.
0.19 Keith Gilyard, African American Contributions to Composition Studies, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.19 Ian Marshall Wendy Ryden, Interrogating the Monologue: Making Whiteness Visible, College Composition and Communication, 2000.
0.19 Rebecca Moore Howard, The Great Wall of African American Vernacular English in the American College Classroom, JAC, 1996.
0.19 Joyce R. Durham, The City in Recent American Fiction: Listening to Black Urban Voices, College English, 1990.
0.19 , Teaching Minorities Fairly, College Composition and Communication, 1971.
0.19 Geneva Smitherman, "God Don't Never Change": Black English from a Black Perspective, College English, 1973.
0.19 Louie Crew, Wrenched Black Tongues: Democratizing English, College Composition and Communication, 1974.
0.19 Joyce Irene Middleton, Talking about Race and Whiteness in "Crash", College English, 2007.
0.19 , Minority Problems for White Students, College Composition and Communication, 1971.
0.19 Kermit E. Campbell, There Goes the Neighborhood: Hip Hop Creepin' on a Come up at the U, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.18 David L. Wallace Annissa Bell, Being Black at a Predominantly White University, College English, 1999.
0.18 Jacqueline Bacon, "Do You Understand Your Own Language?" Revolutionary "Topoi" in the Rhetoric of African-American Abolitionists, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.18 Stephen Schneider, Freedom Schooling: Stokely Carmichael and Critical Rhetorical Education, College Composition and Communication, 2006.
0.18 Michele Russell Carl H. Greene, Erased Debased and Encased: The Dynamics of African Educational Colonization in America, College English, 1970.
0.18 Scott Zaluda, Lost Voices of the Harlem Renaissance: Writing Assigned at Howard University 1919-31, College Composition and Communication, 1998.
0.18 Victor Villanueva, Reading Rhetoric Outside and In: Theory Pedagogy and Politics in "Race Rhetoric and Composition", JAC, 2000.
0.18 Mark Lawrence McPhail, Revisiting the Rhetoric of Racism, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.18 Vorris L. Nunley, "Crash": Rhetorically Wrecking Discourses of Race Tolerance and White Privilege, College English, 2007.
0.18 Darwin T. Turner, The Teaching of Afro-American Literature, College English, 1970.
0.17 Krista Ratcliffe, Eavesdropping as Rhetorical Tactic: History Whiteness and Rhetoric, JAC, 2000.
0.17 David Gold, "Nothing Educates Us like a Shock": The Integrated Rhetoric of Melvin B Tolson, College Composition and Communication, 2003.
0.17 Robert Chrisman, Blacks Racism and Bourgeois Culture, College English, 1977.
0.17 Victor Villanueva, On Colonies Canons and Ellis Cose's "The Rage of a Privileged Class", JAC, 1996.
0.17 Gay Wilentz, Toward a Diaspora Literature: Black Women Writers from Africa the Caribbean and the United States, College English, 1992.
0.17 Walter E. Meyers, And Neither Do the Purists: To Geneva Smitherman, College English, 1974.
0.17 Elizabeth Vander Lei Keith D. Miller, Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" in Context: Ceremonial Protest and African American Jeremiad, College English, 1999.
0.16 Christine Farris, "Crash" Course: Race Class and Context, College English, 2007.
0.16 Richard Marback, The Rhetorical Space of Robben Island, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.16 Keith Gilyard, Genopsycholinguisticide and the Language Theme in African-American Fiction, College English, 1990.
0.16 Jacqueline M. Jones, When Theory and Practice Crumble: Toni Morrison and White Resistance, College English, 2005.
0.16 Joyce Irene Middleton, bell hooks on Literacy and Teaching: A Response, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1994.
0.16 Gwendolyn D. Pough, Empowering Rhetoric: Black Students Writing Black Panthers, College Composition and Communication, 2002.
0.16 Ann Louise Keating, Interrogating "Whiteness" (De)Constructing "Race", College English, 1995.
0.16 Eugene E. Miller, Some Black Thoughts on Don L Lee's Think Black! Thunk by a Frustrated White Academic Thinker, College English, 1973.
0.16 Timothy Barnett, Reading "Whiteness" in English Studies, College English, 2000.
0.16 Jennifer Beech, Redneck and Hillbilly Discourse in the Writing Classroom: Classifying Critical Pedagogies of Whiteness, College English, 2004.
0.15 Donald McCrary, Womanist Theology and Its Efficacy for the Writing Classroom, College Composition and Communication, 2001.
0.15 Richard Marback, Ebonics: Theorizing in Public Our Attitudes toward Literacy, College Composition and Communication, 2001.
0.15 Sidney I. Dobrin Michael Eric Dyson, Race and the Public Intellectual: A Conversation with Michael Eric Dyson, JAC, 1997.
0.15 Aja Y. Martinez, "The American Way": Resisting the Empire of Force and Color-Blind Racism, College English, 2009.