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Writing Trauma, History, Story: The Class(room) as Borderland

Theorizes the site of teaching and learning. Suggests that the current model of the classroom as multicultural contact zone applies best in those circumstances where there is substantial critical mass, but that in locations where the hegemonic mass far outnumbers the oppositional groups, the model of borderland (broadly conceived) is more productive for critical teaching and learning. (RS)

  • Author/Creator: Read, Daphne
  • Journal/Secondary Title: JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory
  • Notes: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 235 Search the catalog at the library of the University of Colorado at Boulder. ISSN: 0731-6755 English Special Issue: Exploring Borderlands: Postcolonial and Composition Studies. Journal Article (CIJE) 080 Journal Articles; 120 Opinion Papers
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 18
  • Year: 1998

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