Table of contents for Tactics of hope : street life and the public turn in English composition / Paula Mathieu.

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Contents
Acknowledgments								
Introduction									
 "We're Not Cops, We're from the University"
 Universities in the Streets
 A Word on the Word Street
 Goals of This Book
 The Streets Where I Live
One:		Composition in the Streets				
 The Public Turn in Composition Studies
 Writing in the Streets			
 Street Life in the Writing Classrom
 Students in the Streets
 Teacher/Writers/Scholars in the Streets
		Roots of the Public Turn in Composition 
		Spatial and Temporal Politics and the Sites of Pedagogy
		On Tactics and Hope
 Tactics of Hope
Two:	 	Word on the Streets					
		Writing as Auto Insurance
		Jesus Christ Froze to Death
		Public Writing as Tactical
 The StreetWise Writers Group
		Pleasures and Perils of Streetwise Publishing
 Not Your Mama's Bus Tour
		Public Writing, Social Change, and the Long Vision
		Assessing the Real Changes at Real Change News
		Classroom Public Writing as Tactics of Hope
Three:	Street Life in the Classroom			
		The Pedagogical Draw of the Streets
 Literatures of Homelessness
		Asking Others as Course Preparation		
 Framing an Issue
 Who Speaks? Who Pays?
 Drawing the Boundaries of the Local
 Mapping the Local and Global
		Projects as Tactical Writing
 Evaluating a Course with a Critical View of Hope
Four:	Students in the Streets					
		Coming Clean About Service Learning		
 Good, In Principle
 The Promise and Perils of Institutionalized Service Learning
 Too-Common Examples?
 A Case for Local, Tactical Community Projects
 One Tactical Project: Kids's 2 Cents
 Viewing the Community as a Source of Expertise
 Foregrounding Community in Project Creation and Assessment
 Understanding That Service/Activism Is Never Neutral
 Rhetorically Using Space and Time
 Beyond Binaries: How Can Strategic Programs Act More Tactically
Five:		Teachers/Writers/Scholars in the Streets		
		Debating the Public Roles of Teachers, Writers, Scholars
		An Academic Horror Story
		From Horrors to Heroes
		Sandra Andrews
		Diana George
		Howard Zinn
		Learning from Our Heroes
		A Meditation on Hope
Works Cited
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects.
Written communication -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects.
Report writing -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects.
Popular culture.
Community life.
Street life.