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by Sidney I Dobrin

eBook Postcomposition download ISBN: 0809330415
Author: Sidney I Dobrin
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (June 2, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 264
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Sidney I. Dobrin is a professor and the chair of the Department of English at the University of Florida, where he is also the .

Sidney I. Dobrin is a professor and the chair of the Department of English at the University of Florida, where he is also the director of the Trace Innovation Initiative.

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In this thought-provoking and gracefully written new book, Sidney Dobrin . Dobrin is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Kansas, Lawrence

In this thought-provoking and gracefully written new book, Sidney Dobrin examines current debates over the relative value of theoretical and practical knowledges, both in the academy in general and in the discipline of rhetoric and composition. Dobrin is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. Библиографические данные.

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other discussions of ecocomposition, what is offered in ways of definitions are not definitions, but descriptions of what we already do in rhetoric and composition studies. Similarly books and movies show Florida as a place of insane levels of violence, a place populated by conmen, freaks, and escapees from the asylum. I note as examples the recent films Striptease and Palmetto.

Leading a burgeoning self-critical moment in composition studies and writing program administration, Postcomposition is a fundamental reconsideration of the field that attempts to shift the focus away from pedagogy and writing subjects and toward writing itself. In this forceful and reasoned critique of many of the primary tenets and widely accepted institutional structures of composition studies, Sidney I. Dobrin delivers a series of shocks to the system meant to disrupt the pedagogical imperative and move beyond the existing limits of the discipline.Dobrin evaluates the current state of composition studies, underscoring the difference between composition and writing and arguing that the field's focus on the administration of writing students and its historically imposed prohibition on theory greatly limit what can be understood about writing. Instead he envisions a more significant approach to writing, one that questions the field's conservative allegiance to subject and administration and reconsiders writing as spatial and ecological. Using concepts from ecocomposition, spatial theory, network theory, complexity theory, and systems theory, Postcomposition lays the groundwork for a networked theory of writing, and advocates the abandonment of administration as a useful part of the field. He also challenges the usefulness of rhetoric in writing studies, showing how writing exceeds rhetoric.Postcomposition is a detailed consideration of how posthumanism affects the field's understanding of subjectivity. It also tears at the seams of the "contingent labor problem." As he articulates his own frustrations with the conservatism of composition studies and builds on previous critiques of the discipline, Dobrin stages a courageous-and inevitably polemical-intellectual challenge to the entrenched ideas and assumptions that have defined composition studies.
Comments: (2)
Qumen
What is the difference between writing and composition, and what comes after composition.
A great work around the mindset in writing. Well written.
Agagamand
What does writing want?