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0.46 , Rhetoric Seminar: Current Theories of Teaching Composition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1976.
0.33 Maureen Daly Goggin, The Tangled Roots of Literature Speech Communication Linguistics Rhetoric/Composition and Creative Writing: A Selected Bibliography on the History of English Studies, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.31 Thomas West, Marks of Distinction: Appreciable Differences in Composition Scholarship, JAC, 2001.
0.30 Tim Mayers, The Struggle over Composition and the Question of Might: A Response to Gary Olson, JAC, 2000.
0.29 Robin Varnum, The History of Composition: Reclaiming Our Lost Generations, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1992.
0.28 Janice M. Lauer, The Feminization of Rhetoric and Composition Studies?, Rhetoric Review, 1995.
0.27 Peggy O'Neill, Upacking Assumptions Providing Context: A Response to Marc Bousquet, JAC, 2002.
0.27 Janice M. Lauer, A Note to "JAC" Readers, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1992.
0.27 Susan Brown Carlton, Composition as a Postdisciplinary Formation, Rhetoric Review, 1995.
0.27 Gary A. Olson, Struggling over Theory Struggling over Identity, JAC, 2008.
0.26 Kory Lawson Ching, Theory and Its Practice in Composition Studies, JAC, 2007.
0.25 Patricia Y. Murray Dorothy M. Guinn, Special Section Introduction, JAC, 1998.
0.25 Maureen Daly Goggin, Composing a Discipline: The Role of Scholarly Journals in the Disciplinary Emergence of Rhetoric and Composition since 1950. Rhetoric Review, 1997,
0.25 Janice M. Lauer, A Response to "The History of Composition: Reclaiming Our Lost Generations", Journal of Advanced Composition, 1993.
0.24 James Thomas Zebroski, Theory in the Diaspora, JAC, 2005.
0.24 Patricia Bizzell Bruce Herzberg, A Response to Kathleen E Welch, Rhetoric Review, 1988.
0.23 Mary Ann Cain, Introduction, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.23 Robin Varnum, A Reply to Janice Lauer, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1993.
0.23 Edward P. J. Corbett, Teaching Composition: Where We've Been and Where We're Going, College Composition and Communication, 1987.
0.23 Janice Lauer, Disciplinary Formation: The Summer Rhetoric Seminar, JAC, 1998.
0.23 Shirley K. Rose, Shirley K Rose Responds, College English, 1985.
0.23 Richard Fulkerson, Composition's Honored Articles: A Reflection on the Braddock and Kinneavy Award Winners, JAC, 2001.
0.23 Karen Kopelson, Sp(l)itting Images; Or Back to the Future of (Rhetoric and?) Composition, College Composition and Communication, 2008.
0.22 Richard Fulkerson, Composition Theory in the Eighties: Axiological Consensus and Paradigmatic Diversity, College Composition and Communication, 1990.
0.22 Gary Tate, Thinking about Theory, Rhetoric Review, 1983.
0.22 AWF, Some Personal Drivel for Jim Corder, Rhetoric Review, 1991.
0.22 Karen Kopelson, Back at the Bar of Utility: Theory and/as Practice in Composition Studies (Reprise), JAC, 2008.
0.22 Alan W. France William B. Lalicker Chris Teutsch, Perpetrating Fraud upon the Laity?, College Composition and Communication, 2000.
0.21 Jennifer Beech, So Much Depends Upon the Route, JAC, 2007.
0.21 Gerald Nelms Maureen Daly Goggin, The Revival of Classical Rhetoric for Modern Composition Studies: A Survey, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.21 Patricia Bizzell, On the Possibility of a Unified Theory of Composition and Literature, Rhetoric Review, 1986.
0.21 Patricia Bizzell, A Comment on "Composition Studies and Science", College English, 1984.
0.21 Janice M. Lauer, Composition Studies: Dappled Discipline, Rhetoric Review, 1984.
0.21 David Foster, What Are We Talking About When We Talk About Composition?, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1988.
0.20 Susan H. McLeod, Reply to Kristie Fleckenstein, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1991.
0.20 James D. Webber, Expanding the "We" of Composition: Teachers Scholars Disciplinarity Feminism, JAC, 2008.
0.19 Margaret Baker Graham Patricia Goubil-Gambrell, Hearing Voices in English Studies, JAC, 1995.
0.19 Donald C. Stewart, Composition Textbooks and the Assault on Tradition, College Composition and Communication, 1978.
0.19 Richard Fulkerson, Composition at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century, College Composition and Communication, 2005.
0.19 John Schilb, What's at Stake in the Conflict between "Theory" and "Practice" in Composition?, Rhetoric Review, 1991.
0.19 Kathleen E. Welch, Ideology and Freshman Textbook Production: The Place of Theory in Writing Pedagogy, College Composition and Communication, 1987.
0.19 Ann E. Berthoff, A Comment on "The Purification of Literature and Rhetoric", College English, 1988.
0.19 E. D. Hirsch_ Jr., A Comment on "Reading and Writing a Text", College English, 1984.
0.18 W. Ross Winterowd, W Ross Winterowd Responds, College English, 1988.
0.18 Ted Lardner, Locating the Boundaries of Composition and Creative Writing, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.18 Gerald J. Alred Erik A. Thelen, Are Textbooks Contributions to Scholarship?, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.18 Tim D. P. Lally, A Comment on "Journals in Composition Studies", College English, 1985.
0.18 Frank Parker Kim Sydow Campbell, Linguistics and Writing: A Reassessment, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.18 Jeremiah Dyehouse, Reading Composition Research: Toward an Affirmative Consumption of Work in Composition, JAC, 2003.
0.17 LyneƩ Lewis Gaillet Thomas P. Miller, Making Use of the Nineteenth Century: The Writings of Robert Connors and Recent Histories of Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.17 John Schilb, Getting Disciplined?, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.17 Richard Young, Working on the Margin Rhetorical Studies and the New Self-Consciousness, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.17 Margaret M. Strain, Local Histories Rhetorical Negotiations: The Development of Doctoral Programs in Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.17 Erwin R. Steinberg, Imaginative Literature in Composition Classrooms?, College English, 1995.
0.17 Dana Gulling Mead Kerri K. Morris, The Bewitching of Composition: Metaphors of our Discipline, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1994.
0.17 Gary A. Olson, On Leaving "JAC", Journal of Advanced Composition, 1994.
0.16 Patricia Harkin, On Transforming the English Department: A Response to J Hillis Miller, JAC, 1995.
0.16 Richard C. Gebhardt, Reviewing and Refocusing Doctoral Education in Composition Studies, JAC, 2002.
0.16 John Frederick Reynolds, Motives Metaphors and Messages in Critical Receptions of Experimental Research: A Comment with Postscript, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1990.
0.16 Leonard A. Podis, Stuck in Composition: Two Anecdotes from the 112th MLA Convention, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.16 Patrick Scott, Bibliographical Problems in Research on Composition, College Composition and Communication, 1986.
0.16 William L. Benoit Keith V. Erickson Gerard A. Hauser Wayne N. Thompson Otis M. Walter, [Introduction], Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.16 Janice M. Lauer, Constructing a Doctoral Program in Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.16 Steven Mailloux, Practices Theories and Traditions: Further Thoughts on the Disciplinary Identities of English and Communication Studies, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2003.
0.16 Frank J. D'Angelo, The Search for Intelligible Structure in the Teaching of Composition, College Composition and Communication, 1976.
0.16 Greg Waters Rick Eden, Additions to "Reference Sources for Composition Research", College English, 1986.
0.16 Lynn Worsham, On the Rhetoric of Theory in the Discipline of Writing: A Comment and a Proposal, JAC, 1999.
0.16 Maxine Hairston, Reply by Maxine Hairston, College Composition and Communication, 1984.
0.16 Joy Ritchie Kathleen Boardman, Feminism in Composition: Inclusion Metonymy and Disruption, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.16 John Schilb, Composition and Poststructuralism: A Tale of Two Conferences, College Composition and Communication, 1989.
0.16 Diana George John Trimbur, The "Communication Battle" or Whatever Happened to the 4th C?, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.15 Joe Marshall Hardin, A Language of Possibility: A Response to Homi Bhabha, JAC, 1999.
0.15 William S. Robinson, The CCCC Statement of Principles and Standards: A (Partly) Dissenting View, College Composition and Communication, 1991.
0.15 Donna Burns Phillips Ruth Greenberg Sharon Gibson, College Composition and Communication: Chronicling a Discipline's Genesis, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.15 Robert J. Connors, The Rise and Fall of the Modes of Discourse, College Composition and Communication, 1981.
0.15 Robert J. Connors, Textbooks and the Evolution of the Discipline, College Composition and Communication, 1986.
0.15 Dan Morgan, Dan Morgan Responds, College English, 1994.
0.15 Devoney Looser, Composing as an "Essentialist"?: New Directions for Feminist Composition Theories, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.15 Mary Kay Tirrell, James Britton: An Impressionistic Sketch, College Composition and Communication, 1990.
0.15 Tim D. P. Lally, EDITORIAL, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1985.