Literacy in Composition Studies 3.2 Released

Literacy in Composition Studies, an open-acesss journal co-edited by Chris Warnick (with editorial assistance provided by CofC M.A. student Colleen Etman), recently released a bonus summer issue featuring the following articles:

The issue closes with a continuation of the journal’s ongoing symposium and a book review. Rebecca Kling’s Symposium contribution “Ante Up: Econocide and the Literacy Game in U.S. Prisons” draws on the author’s personal experience as a prison research assistant to demonstrate how collaboration, reflection, and resource allocation are of central concern to composition in both the university and the penal system. Drawing on Wilkey and Cleary’s LiCS article, “(Un)rigging the Literacy Game: Political Literacies that Challenge Econocide,” Kling  challenges teachers and students alike to move “beyond one’s own narrative as a means of empowerment.” And, finally, Stephanie Rae Larson reviews Kyle Jensen’s Reimagining Process: Online Writing Archives and the Future of Writing Studies.