Hospitality and Authoring, a sequel to the Haswells' 2010 volumeAuthoring, attempts to open the path for hospitality practice in the classroom, making a strong argument for educational use and offering an initial map of the territory for teachers and authors.Hospitality is a social and ethical relationship not only between host and guest but also between writer and reader or teacher and student. Hospitality initiates, maintains, and completes acts of authoring. This extended essay explores the ways that a true hospitable classroom community can be transformed through assigned reading, one-on-one conferencing, interpretation, syllabus, reading journals, topic choice, literacy narrative, writing centers, program administration, teacher training, and many other passing habitations.Hospitality and Authoringstrives to offer a few possibilities of change to help make college an institution where singular students and singular teachers create a room to learn with room to learn.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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