'The Twain Shall Meet': Rethinking the Introductory Course to Graduate Studies
Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture
This essay argues for an interdisciplinary, team-taught approach to the Introduction to Graduate Studies course in which faculty from literary and rhetoric/writing studies model the intersections of both fields through course texts, assignments, and theoretical frameworks. The authors also discuss the role of terminal master's programs in English and the need for graduate writing instruction.
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Place of Publication
Strain, Margaret M. and Potter, Rebecca, "'The Twain Shall Meet': Rethinking the Introductory Course to Graduate Studies" (2012). English Faculty Publications. 128.