14.1 (2016): SPECIAL ISSUE: ACCESS AND EQUITY IN GRADUATE WRITING SUPPORT 

Editors Shannon Madden and Michele Eodice

 

About the Authors

Introduction: Access as Praxis for Graduate Writing
Shannon Madden                                    

Agency, Liberation, and Intersectionality among Latina Scholars: Narratives from a Cross-Institutional Writing Collective
Nancy Alvarez, Francis Brito, Cristina Salazar, and Karina Aguilar

Writing While Black: The Black Tax on African-American Graduate Writers
Cedric D. Burrows

Productive Chaos: Disability, Advising, and the Writing Process
Griffin Keedy and Amy Vidali

Writing Across Communities and the Writing Center as Cultural Ecotone: Language Diversity, Civic Engagement, and Graduate Student Leadership
Michelle Hall Kells

Friere's Pedagogy of Love and a Ph.D. Student's Experience
Charmaine Smith-Campbell and Steven Littles

Writing with your Family at the Kitchen Table: Balancing Home and Academic Communities
Candace Epps-Robertson

Creating a Community of Learners: Affinity Groups and Informal Graduate Writing Support
Katrina Bell and Jennifer Hewerdine

Alejandra Writes a Book: A Critical Race Counterstory about Writing, Identity, and Being Chicanx in the Academy
Aja Martinez

"We Don't Do That Here": Calling Out Deficit Discourses in the Writing Center to Reframe Multilingual Graduate Support
Erica Cirillo-McCarthy, Celeste Del Russo, and Elizabeth Leahy

The Re-Education of Neisha-Anne Green: A Close Look at the Damaging Effects of "A Standard Approach," the Benefits of Code-Meshing, and the Role Allies Play in this Work
Neisha-Anne Green

Equity Before "Equity": Catalytic Mentoring and Professional Development for an Openly Gay Writing Center Tutor
Joseph Janangelo

"I Cannot Find Words": A Case Study to Illustrate the Intersection of Writing Support, Scholarship, and Academic Socialization
Amy Whitcomb

Afterword: Narratives that Determine Writers and Social Justice Writing Center Work
Asao B. Inoue