Re:Composing Journal

NOTE - FALL SEMESTER 2020: 
Except for students living outside the U.S., students will need to purchase a digital access code for Re:Composing from the UNCC bookstore.

How Students Purchase Access Codes: 

1) Students will have to order online through the Bookstore's website. The orders can either be mailed or picked up in the store. There will be a limit to the number of people who are allowed in the store at one time.
 
2) Students outside the U.S. can order through the Bookstore website, and the Bookstore can email those students their codes. This option will only be for international students.

About

Re:Composing: A Journal by Writers for Writers, is an in-house publication created by faculty and students at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Re:Composing is a shared text used in all first-year writing courses at UNC Charlotte. As a collection, Re:Composing is not intended to be the typical “rule-based,” “how-to,” “best practices” textbook. Keeping this in mind, we are not looking for how to models that provide formulas for writing, but rather creative avenues of exploration within writing studies that supports rhetorical knowledge, critical reading, composing processes, knowledge of conventions, and critical reflection.

The Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies Department Journal is a place where those interested in writing studies can contribute to larger conversations about writing and grow as writers and writing researchers through the dissemination of knowledge and their interests in writing.

Re:Composing Volume 2

 
Re:Composing: A Journal by Writers for Writers, Volume 2 (Fall 2019)

Vol. 2 | Table of Contents

Vol. 2 | Letter from the Editors