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The Power of Writing
Dartmouth '66 in the Twenty-First Century
Christiane Donahue, ed.; Kelly Blewett, ed.; Michael Mastanduno, fwd.; Joesph Harris, intro.

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

• Foreword: The Power of Writing—Michael Mastanduno
• Introduction: Updating Dartmouth—Joseph Harris
• PART 1. SCIENCES
• Writing about Math for the Perplexed and the Traumatized—Steven Strogatz
• Notes toward a Theory of Writing for the Public—Kathleen Blake Yancey
• Writing in the Sciences—Daniel Rockmore
• PART 2. SOCIAL SCIENCES
• The Good, Hard Work of Writing Well—David McCullough
• Growing Writers: A Response to David McCullough—Keith Gilyard
• History as a Laboratory for the Good, Hard Work of Writing Well—Leslie Butler
• PART 3. INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
• Writing and States of Emergency—Hortense J. Spillers
• Her Prophetic Voice: A Response to Hortense Spillers— Patricia Bizzell
• Being the Emergency: A Response to Hortense Spillers— Melanie Benson Taylor
• PART 4. HUMANITIES
• Listening to Write—Katherine Bergeron
• Writing as a Performance of Language, Listening as an Act of Empathy—Maria Jerskey
• The Power of Sound and Sense—Ioana Chitoran
• Editors and Contributors
• Index

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