Student Writing Tutors in Their Own Words: Global Voices on Writing Centers and Beyond
In Student Writing: Tutors in Their Own Words: Global Voices on Writing Centers and Beyond (2022), editors Max Orsini and Loren Kleinman provide a metaphoric forecast for their book with poet and scholar Helen Sword’s “Foreword: A Play in Three Acts.” Sword’s composition parallels the structure of the book and echoes its content. It provides a forum for “discursive vulnerability” (2022, p. 2) for writing tutors and those in similar work—graduate and undergraduate, professional and student—to share their experiences and voices as writing tutors before and during the COVID- 19 Pandemic.
Habib, A. S., & Namubiru, E. R. (2023, May 18). An interview with Dr. Max Orsini and Loren Kleinman on Student writing tutors in their own words: Global voices on writing centers and beyond. Connecting Writing Centers Across Borders: A Blog of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship. https://www.wlnjournal.org/blog/2023/05/orsini-and-kleinman/
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