Luke, Allan (2012) Undoing composition? Literacy in Composition Studies, 1(1), pp. 70-74.
This piece is a contribution to a symposium on the relationship of literacy studies to composition studies. Three central foci of literacy studies have direct implications for composition studies: the shift from canonical to everyday texts, practices and literacy events; acknowledgement of ubiquitious student and community cultural and linguistic diversity; and the impact of new technologies on writing and education. The case is made for a major reconnoitering of the historical foundations of composition studies in theories of rhetoric and grammar.
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