1. Assigning the Obituary: Using Figures from Popular Culture to Help Students Argue from Research. Stephanie Roach.
2. Beyond the Boob Tube: Using Television Fandom to Create Community. Hillary Robson.
3. Bringing Social Networking Sites into the Writing Classroom Using MySpace and Facebook. Stephanie Vie.
4. Composition Fellows: The Pop-culturation of J.R.R. Tolkein's The Fellowship of the Ring. Karen Wright.
5. Conflict in the Borderlands: Using Multiculturalism in the Writing Classroom to Help Students Articulate Cultural Identity. Keri Mayes Tidwell.
6. Evaluation, Plus: Using the Review Assignment to Move Students from Passive to Active Learners. Sarah Huffines.
7. Fastest Pen in the West: Using Quickmuse in the Composition Classroom. Aaron Herschel Shapiro.
8. Graphic Novels in the Composition Course: Are They Really Novels? Clifton Kaiser.
9. The Graphic Novel: Writing as Close Focus. Kevin Haworth.
10. Inspired Artists and Office Drones: Taking Literacy Narratives to the Movies. Bronwyn T. Williams.
11. Pop Culture and Pedagogy: Using Urban Legends in the Composition Classroom. Allison A. Hutira.
12. A Sound Education: Popular Music in the College Composition Classroom. Robert McParland.
13. Subvert this Image: Negotiating Multiple Literacies & Deconstructing Consumerism through Photoshop. Jessica Ketcham Weber.
14. Video Didn't Kill the Radio Star… Laurel Taylor.
15. Virtual Spaces: Building Communities in the Composition Classroom. Maria A. Clayton.
16. Writing Students Should Write about Advertisements. Claire Lutkewitte.
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