Jim Downs, "Why We Write: The Politics and Practice of Writing for Social Change"
Routledge | 2005-11-01 | ISBN: 041597321X | 208 pages | PDF | 1,2 MB
Why We Write provides a forum for scholars, activists, and novelists to reflect on the ways in which they use their writing and academic work to create social change. This volume uncovers the political agendas, social missions, and personal and professional experiences that compel writers to bring their stories to the page. Why We Write examines the dual commitment of writing articles and books that are committed to high scholarly standards as well as social justice. These essays will be of great interest to college and graduate students who currently lack a model of social justice scholarship.
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