The Inkshed XV Reading Table: A Partial List

[Note: this is a list of what was on the reading table at the time I took notes, augmented by whatever people have told me since. If you want to add something to the list, fix something that's here, or add a comment to any item, let me know.]


Barbara Ehrenreich, "What Yale Is Teaching Us," in Cary Nelson, Ed. Will Teach for Food: Academic Labour in Crisis. Minneapolis: U Minnesota P, 1997. (Kenna Manos)

Shirley Sterline, "Quaslametko and Yetko: Two Grandmother Models of Contemporary Native Education Pedagogy," in The Circle Unfolds, ed. Marie Battiste & Jean Bauman. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1995. (Michael Sider and Theresa Hyland)

Henry Hubert. "What Shall I Write? How Shall I write it?" Forms of Writing, ed. K. Stewart and M. Fowler. Prentice-Hall, 1991.

Myrna Kostash. "Pens of Many Colours." (Michael Sider and Theresa Hyland)

Pennycook, Alastair. "Borrowing Others' Words: Text, Ownership, Memory, and Plagiarism." TESOL Quarterly 30:2 (Summer 1996), 201-229. (Michael Sider and Theresa Hyland)

Toxic Literacies: Exposing the Injustice of Bureaucratic Texts. Portsmouth: Heinemann. (Anne Hunt.)

"Key Directions in Secondary Curriculum Development." Developed for the Ministry of Education and Training by the expert panel for: Language 1. Ontario, Ministry of Education and Training. June 1997. (Margaret Procter)

Audrey Wood. King Bidgood's in the Bathtub. Illustrated by Don Wood. San Diego: Harcourt Brace, 1985. (Jane Milton)

Sharon Myers. "Teaching Writing as a Process and Teaching Sentence-Level syntax: reformulation as ESL Composition Feedback." TESL-EJ: Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language. 2:4 (June 1997) (http://www-writing.Berkeley.edu/TESL-EJ/ej08/toc.html) (Tania Smith)

Constructive Reading: Teaching Beyond Communication. Ed. Deanne Bogdan and Stanley B.
Straw. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 1993. (Susan Drain)

"Face-to-Face and Virtual Academic Conferences." The New Writing Environment: Writers at
Work in a World of Technology
. Ed. Mike Sharples and Thea van der Geest. 217-236. Berlin:
Springer Verlag, 1996. (Russ Hunt)

M. David Ermann, Mary B. Williams, Michele S. Shauf, ed. Computers Ethics and Society. Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. (Marcy Bauman)

Lorri Neilsen. "Literacy of the Invisible." In Wayfaring: Journeys in Language, Learning & Culture. St. John's Newfoundland: Harrison Press. 1998. (Lorri Neilsen)

Randall Jarrell. The Bat-Poet. New York: Collier Books, 1977. (Russ Hunt)

"Traffic in Genres, In Classrooms and Out." Genre and the New Rhetoric, ed. Peter Medway and
Aviva Freedman. 212-230. London: Taylor & Francis, 1994. (Russ Hunt)

Dave Hickey. "Bob and Wendy Teach Art." Art Issues (March/April 1998). (Michelle Forrest)

Susan Peck MacDonald. Professional Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Carbondale: SIU Press, 1994. (Philippa Spoel)

Thomas C. Parkhill. "Of Conversations: Savagism, Primitivism, and the Use of the 'Indian' Stereotype." Weaving ourselves into the land: Charles Godfrey Leland, "Indians," and the study of Native American religions. Chapter 5, pp. 67-88. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997. (Thom Parkhill)

Jane Milton, Patricia Golubev, Victoria Littman. From Technology to Ethics: The Virtual to the Virtuous. A Collaboration from Inkshed 14 to Inkshed 15. (Jane Milton, Patricia Golubev, Victoria Littman)


To add a new listing or correct or add information to an existing one, write Russ Hunt