call for proposals

Subject: call for proposals
From: Jen Welsh <jwelsh -at- SCF -dot- USC -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 1997 11:22:53 -0700

Call for Proposals

Special Edition of The Writing Instructor

The editors welcome paper proposals for an upcoming issue entitled Writing
Beyond the Disciplines: Technical and Professional Writing for
Undergraduates. Possible topics include the following:

* situating technical/professional writing in the undergraduate curriculum
* rhetorical approaches to technical/professional writing
* internships and placement programs for techinical/professional writing
students
* computers in technical/professional writing courses
* collaboration and technical/professional writing

Proposals for book reviews on the topic of technical/professional writing
are also welcome. The editors are particularly interested in reviews that
address a group of books on the topic. Proposals should follow the
guidelines listed below; final manuscripts will need to be 6-8 pages,
double-spaced.z

Proposals should include a working title and an abstsract of approximately
500 words. Final manuscripts will need to be 12-20 pages, double spaced.
Please include name, address, phone and internet address (if available).
Manuscripts should follow MLA style. Deadline for proposals is April 25,
1997. Send proposals to:

Jennifer Welsh
Manuscript Editor
The Writing Instructor
THH-440
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0324
jwelsh -at- scf -dot- usc -dot- edu

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