Invention, Arrangement, Style, Memory . . . . Delivery. Of the five rhetorical canons defined by Aristotle, Delivery is the most overlooked and most frequently undertheorized. Delivery provides a lens into the ways composition curricula is designed; into the kinds of writing expected from students; and to the new electronic, physical, and curricular spaces created for composing. Delivering College Composition addresses the need for a more rigorous examination of Delivery, arguing that composition is increasingly being delivered in different ways by different individuals for different purposes within different contexts-yet retaining its identity as well.
Kathleen Yancey asks a number of probing questions about the current state of writing instruction:
Focusing strongly on practice and its theoretical implications, Yancey and company provide a frank and informative "thick description&qupt; of classroom instruction, and in the process offer new definitions of what composition means in the present-and what it might look like in the future.
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Kathleen Blake Yancey is Kellogg W. Hunt Professor of English at Florida State University, where she directs the graduate program in rhetoric and composition. She has authored or edited eight books and over fifty articles and book chapters; she consults widely on writing assessment, on print and electronic portfolios, and on writing across the curriculum. Past President of the Council of WPAs and past Chair of CCCC, she cofounded the Coalition on Electronic Portfolio Research, and was Vice President of NCTE.
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