About the CCCOA
The CCC Online Archive is designed primarily as a research tool, an online supplement to the journal College Composition and Communication. Among other things, we provide an additional point of access to the content of the journal, multiple search protocols for exploring that content, and means of surveying and generating metadata for the journal. Our guiding principles are access and visibility, in the context of making CCC both increasingly and variously available to the scholars in our field. For more information about the site and what we offer, we provide additional detail about the site on our Site Features page.
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Current Issue: CCC 60.2 (December 2008)
From the Editor
Deborah H. Holdstein
Holy Cards/Immaginette: The Extraordinary Literacy of Vernacular Religion
Diana George and Mariolina Rizzi Salvatori
An Inter-Institutional Model for College Writing Assessment
Neil Pagano, Stephen A. Bernhardt, Dudley Reynolds, Mark Williams, and Matthew Kilian McCurrie
Toward a Rhetoric of Self-Representation: Identity Politics in Indian Country and Rhetoric and Composition
Rhetoricâ€™s Mechanics: Retooling the Equipment of Writing Production
Jenny Edbauer Rice
The Importance of Harmony: An Ecological Metaphor for Writing Research
Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Clay Spinuzzi, Rebecca J. Rickly, and Carole Clark Papper
2008 CCCC Chair's Address: Representing Ourselves
Review Essay: Place, Desire, Existence: Trinity University Pressâ€™s Writers World Series
Review Essay: Common Sense and Theory in the Teaching of Composition Teachers
Patricia Suzanne Sullivan
Review Essay: Local Histories, Broader Implications
Michael D. Rectenwald