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Writing, Culture, and Community Practices

Syracuse University Press is pleased to introduce a new series focusing on Writing, Culture, and Community Practices. The series seeks manuscripts that move between disciplinary identity and community practices and that address how writing/literacies are enacted to create social empowerment and social change.

Work submitted for this series should:

  • describe and analyze literacy and writing projects that work with communities for individual and collective community goals;
  • enact and model methods of community/scholarly partnership;
  • represent knowledge about community members’ lives, often through coauthored works by community partners;
  • demonstrate interaction between scholarly and community-based modes of knowledge, writing, and social action.

In addition to publishing book-length studies, the series also seeks small-run publications that emerge out of university/community partnerships for inclusion and distribution within the series. Those interested in submitting their work for this series should consult the author guidelines at http://SyracuseUniversityPress.syr.edu/guidelines.html .

 


The Arkansas Delta Oral History Project 
Culture, Place, and Authenticity The Arkansas Delta Oral History Project: Culture, Place, and Authenticity
David A. Jolliffe, Christian Z. Goering, Krista Jones Oldham, and James A. Anderson Jr.
Hardcover $65.00L    |    978-0-8156-3481-2    |    2016

Paper $29.95s    |    978-0-8156-3466-9    |    2016
 


Writing Suburban Citizenship Writing Suburban Citizenship: Place-Conscious Education and the Conundrum of Suburbia
Edited by Robert E. Brooke
Cloth $65.00L    |    978-0-8156-3427-0    |    2015

Paper $34.95s    |    978-0-8156-3416-4    |    2015
 



For more information:
Series Editors

Steve Parks, Syracuse University
Eileen Schell, Syracuse University

Acquisitions

Deborah Manion
Acquisitions Editor
Syracuse University Press
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Syracuse, New York 13244-5290
Tel.: 315-443-5647
dmmanion@syr.edu


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