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Lamptey, L.O., & Dumavor, R. (2021). Writing in the West African Context. Composition Studies, 49(3), 133-138.https://compstudiesjournal.com/current-issue-fall-2021-49-3/ Publications, Essays and Articles Decolonial, Pedagogy, Postcolonial, Writing Systems
Lamptey, L.O., & Dumavor, R. (2021). Writing in the West African Context. Composition Studies, 49(3), 133-138.https://compstudiesjournal.com/current-issue-fall-2021-49-3/ Publications, Essays and Articles Decolonial, Pedagogy, Postcolonial, Writing Systems
Lamptey, L.O., & Dumavor, R. (2021). Writing in the West African Context. Composition Studies, 49(3), 133-138.https://compstudiesjournal.com/current-issue-fall-2021-49-3/ Publications, Essays and Articles Decolonial, Pedagogy, Postcolonial, Writing Systems
Lamptey, L.O., & Dumavor, R. (2021). Writing in the West African Context. Composition Studies, 49(3), 133-138.https://compstudiesjournal.com/current-issue-fall-2021-49-3/ Publications, Essays and Articles Decolonial, Pedagogy, Postcolonial, Writing Systems
Anis Bawarshi. “Beyond the Genre Fixation: A Translingual Perspective on Genre.” College English 78.3 (Spring 2016): 243-249. Publications, Essays and Articles Genre Theory, Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetorical Theory, Writing Pedagogy, Writing Systems
Anis Bawarshi. “Accounting for Genre Performances: Why Uptake Matters.” Trends and Traditions in Genre Studies. Eds. Natasha Artemeva and Aviva Freedman. Edmonton, AB, Canada: Inkshed Publications, 2016 Publications, Book Chapters Genre Theory, Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetorical Theory, Writing Systems
Mary Jo Reiff and Anis Bawarshi. Genre and the Performance of Publics. Logan: Utah State University Press/University of Colorado Press, 2016. Publications, Edited Collections Digital Literacy, Genre Theory, Literacy, New Media, Publics/Public Spheres, Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetorical Theory, Writing Systems
Anis Bawarshi and Stephanie Peklowski). “Postcolonialism and the Idea of a Writing Center.” The Writing Center Journal 19.2 (Spring/Summer 1999): 41-58. Publications, Essays and Articles Education, Pedagogy, Postcolonial, Writing Pedagogy, Writing Systems
Anis Bawarshi. “Beyond Dichotomy: Toward a Theory of Divergence in Composition Studies.” JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 17.1 (1997): 69-82.  Publications, Essays and Articles Genre Theory, Rhetoric and Composition, Writing Pedagogy, Writing Systems
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