Writing and Language Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations

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“Where we are” in writing center research and as a disciplinary community is directly related to where we are as advocates for a just society and inclusive institutions more broadly: facing shit odds. This is because the work of writing centers can’t be separated from their political, economic, and cultural contexts, which Rachel Azima, Writing Center Director at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, crystalizes as a disciplinary obligation: “for those of us who work in U.S. writing centers, given our current political climate, it is imperative to put any commitments we have to social justice into action.” (74).

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Praxis: A Writing Center Journal





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