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Volume 20, November 2009

A National Journal for Writing Across the Curriculum

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Interview: Richard H. Haswell: A Conversation with an Empirical Romanticist, Carol Rutz, Carleton College

Eliminating Lab Reports: A Rhetorical Approach for Teaching the Scientific Paper in Sophomore Organic Chemistry, Peter J. Alaimo, John C. Bean, Joseph M. Langenhan, and Larry Nichols, Seattle University

WAC/WID in the Next America: Redefining Professional Identity in the Age of the Multilingual Majority, Jonathan Hall, York College, CUNY

Electronic Plagiarism Checkers: Barriers to Developing an Academic Voice, Kathleen Gillis, Susan Lang, Monica Norris, and Laura Palmer, Texas Tech University

Finding a Voice: Reconciling Discourses in Student Work, Gordon Fraser, University of Connecticut

Math and Metaphor: Using Poetry to Teach College Mathematics, Patrick Bahls, University of North Carolina, Asheville

Writing in the Disciplines: America's Assimilation of the Work of Scottish "Pedagogic" George Jardine, Lynée Lewis Gaillet, Georgia State University

Making it Messy: A Review of Rethinking Rubrics in Writing Assessment by Maja Wilson, Meg J. Petersen, Plymouth State University

Notes on Contributors

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