The latest issue of the Canadian Journal for the Study of Discourse and Writing is n
This issue features the Statement on Writing Centres and Staffing adopted by CASDW and articles considering the history, present practices, and future of writing centres in Canada. Janet Giltrow’s article, Writing at the Centre: A Sketch of the Canadian History, is up now; more articles will be added in the coming weeks.
Just a note: Proposals for this year’s conference are due January 27.
Jo-Anne Andre has finalized the CASDW Proceedings 2014 and they are available now. Many thanks to Jo-Anne for the time and effort she put into this project!
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“Let G = (V,E) be a graph”: Turning the abstract into the tangible in introductions in mathematics research articles
English for Specific Purposes, Volume 36, October 2014, Pages 1–11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.esp.2014.03.004
[Available now in advance of print publication of the journal]
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Mathematics is the method: Exploring the macro-organizational structure of research articles in mathematics
Discourse Studies August 2013 15: 421–438, doi:10.1177/1461445613482430