What Can Our Writing Do in the World?: The Feminist Praxis of Publishing Student Writing

Danica Savonick

Abstract


In the digital age, scholars are increasingly arguing that one of the best ways to teach writing is by assigning students to write for audiences beyond the classroom. In this article, I argue that this praxis of publishing student writing is not merely a response to the internet, but has also been crucial to genealogies of feminist pedagogy, and that attending to this genealogy can help us think in more nuanced terms about the transformative potential of publishing student writing today.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/rt.2019.635

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