Peer Review: Current Issue

Peer Review, Winter 2017 - New Frontiers in Writing

Current Issue

Winter2017Vol.19No.1

New Frontiers in Writing

This issue builds on and explores implications of findings from the National Census of Writing. It presents an overview of crucial writing frameworks, such as writing across the curriculum.

Table of Contents
From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey

Analysis

Paul Anderson, Miami University (Ohio); Chris M. Anson, North Carolina State University; Tom Fish, University of the Cumberlands; Robert M. Gonyea, Indiana University; Margaret Marshall, Auburn University; Wendy Menefee-Libey, Harvey Mudd College; Charles Paine, University of New Mexico; Laura Palucki Blake, Harvey Mudd College; and Susan Weaver, University of the Cumberlands

Practice

Carol Rutz and Nathan D. Grawe; both of Carleton College

Howard Tinberg, Bristol Community College

Research

Jill Gladstein, Swarthmore College; and Brandon Fralix, Bloomfield College

Michele Eodice, University of Oklahoma; Anne Ellen Geller, St. John’s University; and Neal Lerner, Northeastern University

Reality Check

Stephen Parks, Syracuse University