Christiane K. Donahue

Director, Institute for Writing and Rhetoric
Associate Professor of Linguistics

Curriculum Vitae
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Department:
Institute for Writing and Rhetoric
Linguistics and Cognitive Sciences
Education:
Ph.D. Université René Descartes
M.A. Northeastern University
B.A. Simmons College

Selected Publications

Ecrire à l’Université: Analyse Comparée en France et aux Etats-Unis [Writing at the University: Comparative Analysis, France-United States.] Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, University of Lille, France. 2008. Manuscript of translation invited for review, Southern Illinois University Press, Studies in Writing series.

“Curricular Topographia: Deconstructing "Writing Program Administration" in an International Context.” Co-authored with Chris Anson. Transnational Writing Program Administration. Ed. David Martins. Utah State University Press.

“What is WPA Research?” A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators. Ed. Rita Malencyk. Parlor Press.

“Writing and Text Production Processes.” Co-authored with Theresa Lillis. Handbook of Writing and Text Production. Eds. Eva-Maria Jakobs, Daniel Perrin. In press. Mouton de Gruyter Handbooks of Applied Linguistics series. 

“Monolingualism, Multilingualism, and Translingualism: A Call for New Norms in Writing Studies Scholarship.” Co-authored with Bruce Horner and Samantha NeCamp. Eds. Isabelle Delcambre and Dominique Lahanier-Reuter. International Studies on Writing at University: Comparisons and Evolutions. Forthcoming, August 2013, Parlor Press/the WAC Clearinghouse.

“Negotiation, Translinguality, and Cross-cultural Writing Research in a New Composition Era.” Literacy as Translingual Practice. Ed. Suresh Canagarajah, 2013, Routledge, New York, NY.

“Transfer, Portability, Generalization: (How) Does Composition Expertise ‘Carry’?”

Defining Composition Studies: Research, Scholarship, and Inquiry for the Twenty-First Century. Eds. Kelly Ritter and Paul Matsuda, 2012, Utah State University Press, Logan, UT. 

“Language Socialization, Written Culture, and School Assessment in the French Context: Analyzing the PISA International Exam.” Co-authored with Elisabeth Bautier. Race and Racism in Writing Assessment. Eds. Asao Inoue and Mya Poe, 2012, Peter Lang, New York, NY. 

“Academic Writing Activity: Student Writing in Transition,” co-authored with Isabelle Delcambre. University Writing: Selves and Texts in Academic Societies. Eds. Montserrat Castello and Christiane Donahue, 2012, Emerald Publishing, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

“Writing and Disciplinarity: Cross-cultural Questions about Teaching and Theory.” Writing in the Disciplines. Ed. Mary Deane, Palgrave, UK, 2011. 

“Internationalization” and Composition Studies: Re-orienting the Discourse,” Acteurs et Contextes des Discours Universitaires. Eds. Jean-Marc Defays and Annick Englebert, l’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2009.

“Genre and Disciplinary Work in French Didactics Research.”  Genre in a Changing World. Eds. C. Bazerman, A, Bonini, and D. Figueredo. Parlor Press US. 2009.  

In the same edited collection, contributing author to “Exploring Notions of Genre in 'Academic Literacies' and 'Writing across the Curriculum': Approaches across Countries and Contexts,” Mary Lea, Jan Parker, David Russell, Brian Street. This article is being anthologized in Writing across the Curriculum: A Critical Sourcebook (Bedford St. Martins).

“La circulation de perspectives socioculturelles états-uniennes et britanniques: Traitements de l’écrit dans le supérieur” [The circulation of U.S. and U.K. sociocultural perspectives: The treatment of university writing]. Didactique du Français: Le Scioculturel en Question. Eds. B. Daunay, I. Delcambre, et Y. Reuter, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2009.

“When Copying Is Not Copying: Plagiarism and French Composition Scholarship.” Originality, Imitation, Plagiarism. Eds. C. Eisner and M. Vicnius, Ann Arbor: U. of Michigan Press, 2008.

“L’écrit universitaire comme objet de recherches: methods et enjeux pour une lecture analytique.” [University writing as a research object: Methods and stakes for analytic readings.] Les Méthodes de Recherché en Didactiques Eds. Yves Reuter and Marie-Jeanne Perrin. Villeneuve d’Ascq, France: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2006.

“Student Writing as Negotiation: Fundamental Movements between the Common and the Specific in French Essays.”  Writing in Context(s):Textual Practices and Learning Processes in Sociocultural Settings. Ed. Fillia Kostouli. Amsterdam: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.

“The Lycée to University Progression in French Students’ Development as Writers.” Writing and Learning in Crossnational Perspective. Eds. David Russell and David Foster. Illinois: NCTE Press, 2002.

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