readers for writers

Food

A READER for WRITERS

Danielle Aquiline, Deborah Holdstein

Read.Write.Oxford.

Food : A Reader for Writers engages themes of food and culture, and includes an interdisciplinary mix of pieces written in different rhetorical styles and genres.

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Language

A READER for WRITERS

Gita DasBender

Read.Write.Oxford.

Language: A Reader for Writers focuses on the central and complex topic of language, exploring the reality of our multilingual world and the complexities of writing in a multilingual college classroom.

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Community

A READER for WRITERS

Nancy Enright

Read.Write.Oxford.

College: A Reader for Writers allows students to engage in college-level reading and writing as acts of community, including the family, the academic world, creative communities, language communities and others.

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Sustainability

A READER for WRITERS

Carl Herndl

Read.Write.Oxford.

Sustainability: A Reader for Writers focuses on the timely and vital subject of sustainability, examining the latest research on economics, society, resource planning, and the environment.

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Globalization

A READER for WRITERS

Maria Jerskey

Read.Write.Oxford.

Using vibrant, challenging, and diverse selections, Globalization: A Reader for Writers invites students to explorewhat globalization means not just to their everyday lives but to the collective future of the world.

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Gender

A READER for WRITERS

Megan L. Titus, Wendy Walker

Read.Write.Oxford.

Gender: A Reader for Writers includes a variety of readings that represent multiple perspectives on gender and sexuality.

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Culture

A READER for WRITERS

John Mauk

Read.Write.Oxford.

Culture: A Reader for Writers presents work from a broad spectrum of writers who are grappling with the cultural trends around them. Some defend the status quo, some wonder what to make of new gadgets, some embrace uncertainty, and others celebrate inevitable shifts that will resonate for years to come.

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Poverty/Privilege

A READER for WRITERS

Connie Mick

Read.Write.Oxford.

Poverty/Privilege: A Reader for Writers explores the causes, consequences, and solutions to poverty. Taking a broad definition of poverty as the denial of choices and opportunities to live a decent life, its readings address that enduring question, “Why are people poor?” while also asking, “Why are people wealthy?”

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College

A READER for WRITERS

Todd Pierce

Read.Write.Oxford.

College: A Reader for Writers focuses on major issues related to the college experience, with essays on the theories of education, styles of learning, the value of internships and job training and the college student's transformation as an individual.

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Technology

A READER for WRITERS

Johannah Rodgers

Read.Write.Oxford.

Technology: A Reader for Writers is focused on the engaging, timely, and intertwined theme of technology, science, and society. As such, it will include an interdisciplinary mix of public, academic, and scientific readings.

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Identity

A READER for WRITERS

John Scenters-Zapico

Read.Write.Oxford.

Identity: A Reader for Writers focuses on the essential topic of identity as it relates to culture, rhetoric, and the multiple modes of expression that are increasingly common in today's multilingual society.

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Queer

A READER for WRITERS

Jason Schneiderman

Read.Write.Oxford.

Queer: A Reader for Writers includes a wide range of readings that help students discover queer theory and use it to better understand themselves and society.

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Humor

A READER for WRITERS

Kathleen Volk Miller, Marion Wrenn

Read.Write.Oxford.

Humor: A Reader for Writers examines humor within cultural contexts, looking specifically at why we consider certain things funny in a variety of genres: popular media, academic essays, personal narratives, fiction, and poetry.

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