|Wendy Bishop||At That Spot in Our Lives: Stories of Teachers Returning to School|
|Joseph M. Moxley||Teachers' Goals and Methods of Responding to Student Writing|
|William E. Coles, Jr.||The Dialogues of Teaching: Learning to Listen|
|Alice M. Gillam||Feminism and Composition Research: Researching as a Woman|
|Eileen E. Schell||The Feminization of Composition: Questioning the Metaphors that Bind Women Teachers|
|Mary Ann Cain||What Can a Writing Program Be When the Director Doesn't Believe in Freshman Composition?|
|Teresa Burns||Teaching the Postmodern: The Clash of Rhetorics Between the Classroom and Donald Barthelme's "The Indian Uprising"|
Abstracts for Composition Studies 20.1
Bishop, Wendy. "At That Spot in Our Lives: Stories of Teachers Returning to School."Composition Studies/FEN (20.1): 5-16.
Uses data from an ethnographic study of re-entry teachers in rhetoric and composition to offer insight and advice to those considering their own readiness for academic renewal through enrollment in further graduate work.