Volume Four, Fall 2006


Editor's Introduction
   Laurie Grobman, Pennsylvania State University, Berks


(Re)Reading Identity Narratives: Developing Strategies for Negotiating
Authority in the Composition Classroom

   Megan Trexler, West Chester University

The Visible Rhetoric and Composition of Invisible Antebellum Female Seminary
Students: Clay Seminary, Liberty, Missouri, 1855-1865

   Lauren Petrillo, University of Missouri-Kansas City

It Takes a Rhetorical Village: Reconstructing the Penn State Student Protests
of April 2001

   Kevin Love Hubbard, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Translating the Self: A Look Through Rousseau, Wordsworth, and Borges
   Karen Y. Lee, Drexel University

Are You Talking to Me? Personal Pronoun Usage in Tutoring across the

   Catherine Sacchi, York College of Pennsylvania

Safe Houses and Contact Zones: Reconsidering the Basic Writing Tutorial
   Brooke Baker, University of Michigan-Flint

Determining the Effectiveness of La Salle University’s Writing-Across-
the-Curriculum Requirement in the Biology Major

   Andrea McMunn and Jessica Reifer, La Salle University

Comment and Response

Extending Emily Groves: Features of AIM in Relation to the Voyeur and the

   Jonathan Ellis, Pennsylvania State University, Berks

Picking Up Where Groves Left Off: Response to Emily Groves
   Nicole Krause, Pennsylvania State University, Berks