Book Title: Composition in Cultural Contexts

Subtitle: Writing Within and Across Modalities and Subjectivities

Author: Andy Gurevich

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Book Description: This book reimagines the college essay by exploring how the process develops across a number of modalities and subjectivities.

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Book Description

This OER text seeks to reimagine the college essay across a number of different modalities and subjectivities. Attention is paid to how traditional research has changed over the last ten years; the importance of multimodal instruction and composition; and how concepts like “authority,” “coherence,” and “standard English” carry cultural, economic, and political connotations that can be, when acknowledged and integrated into the process, meaningfully addressed to ensure as many students as possible are engaged and empowered to create meaningful and impactful forms of intentional, academic content.


This project was funded by the MHCC Foundation OER Grant Program.

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Andy Gurevich

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Title
Composition in Cultural Contexts
Author
Andy Gurevich
License

Icon for the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Composition in Cultural Contexts by Andy Gurevich is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Publisher
MHCC Library Press
Publication Date
October 13, 2021