It’s the argument, stupid, not the text

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“An Immodest Proposal for Connecting High School and College.” with Cathy Birkenstein, College Composition and Communication 61.1 (September 2009):W409-416.

“The Unbearable Pointlessness of Literature Writing Assignments.” The Common Review. 8.2 (Fall 2009).

“An Argument Worth Having.” New York Times (5 September 2009).

“Presidential Address 2008: Courseocentrism.” PMLA 124.3 (May 2009): 727-744.

It’s Time to End ‘Courseocentrism’

“What We Say When We Don’t Talk About Creative Writing.” College English 71.3 (January 2009): 271-79.

“President’s Column: How ‘bout that Wordsworth!” MLA Newsletter 40.4 (Winter 2008): 3-4.

“President’s Column: Argument over Information.” MLA Newsletter 40.3 (Fall 2008): 3-4.

“President’s Column: Bringing Writing In From the Cold.” MLA Newsletter 40.2 (Summer 2008): 3-4.

“A Progressive Case for Educational Standardization.” with Cathy Birkenstein. Academe Online(May-June 2008).

“Point of View: In Teaching Composition, ‘Formulaic’ Is Not a Four-Letter Word.” with Cathy Birkenstein, The Chronicle of Higher Education (4 April 2008). also appeared in Style 42.1 (Spring 2008): 18-21.

“Teaching Literature and Writing.” Interview with John v. Knapp, Style 42.1 (Spring 2008): 1-17.

“President’s Column: Assessment Changes Everything.” MLA Newsletter 40.1 (Spring 2008).

Emory, Kim. “Outcomes Assessment and Standardization: A Queer Critique.”

Graff, Gerald. “Reply.”

“Our Undemocratic Curriculum.” Profession (2007): 128-35.

With Cathy Birkenstein. “Introduction: Entering the Conversation” from They Say/I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing. New York: Norton, 2006.

“Technology & the Pseudo-Intimacy of the Classroom: an interview with Jerry Graff ” Michael Roy, Wesleyan University (August 2005)

Trickle-Down Obfuscation