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      Jane Danielewicz
    The teaching of academic writing, particularly in the disciplines; my connection with international studies is developing writing courses for students to meet the disciplinary needs as writers and speakers. more...
    Jane Danielewicz
    Title:Assistant Department Chair, English & Comp Literature
    Department/School:English & Comp Literature, CB#3520
    Telephone:(919) 962-1988
    Email:janedan@email.unc.edu
    Webpage:
    Appointed Year:1992
    Tenured:Yes
    Education:Doctorate (1987), U C Berkeley
    World Area Of Focus:
    • International (10%-25%)
    Languages:
    Specialization:The teaching of academic writing, particularly in the disciplines; my connection with international studies is developing writing courses for students to meet the disciplinary needs as writers and speakers.
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    Recent Publications:• 2006 "Personal Genres, Public Voices." College Composition and Communication, November 2006.
    • 2002 Danielewicz, Jane (co-author). "Collage: A Coda." In Writing with Elbow, ed. by Pat Belanoff, Marcia Dickson, Sheryl Fontaine, and Charles Moran. Utah State University Press, January 2002.
    • 2001 Teaching Selves:Identity, Pedagogy, and Teacher Education. Albany, NY:State University of New York Press. 2001. (216 pages) 2001
    • 1999 Writing Letters Instead of Journals in a Teacher Education Course. In The Journal Book for Technical and Professional Programs. Eds. Susan Gardner, Westminster College, & Toby Fulwiler, University of Vermont. Portsmouth, NH:Heinemann/Boynton-Cook, 199 1999
    • 1997 Developing Voice in the Writing Classroom. Dialogue:a Journal for Writing Specialists 3.1 (1997):23-40. R. 1997
    • 1997 Language Development and Literacy (chapter 5). Child and Adolescent Development for Teachers. Ed. Judith L. Meece. New York:McGraw-Hill, 1997:238-319. 1997
     
     

    Database of Faculty with International Expertise

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