Banks, William. “Digital Partnerships for Professional Development: Rethinking University-Public School Collaborations.” (with Theresa Van Sickle) Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships: Concepts, Models, Applications. Eds. Melody A. Bowdon and Russell G. Carpenter. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2011.
Wendy Sharer. Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition (Southern Illinois UP 2009), co-edited with Alexis Ramsey, Barbara L’Eplattenier.
Banks, William. “Cruising the Texts: Negotiating Sexual Difference in First-Year Readers.” College Composition and Communication 61.2 (December 2009): 269 – 296. (Co-authored with Jonathan Alexander, Martha Marinara, and Samantha Blackmon).
Banks, William. “Queer Eye for the Comp Program: Towards a Queer Critique of WPA Work.” (with Jonathan Alexander) The Writing Program Interrupted: Making Space for Critical Discourse. Eds. Donna G. Strickland and Jeanne Gunner. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2009.
Tracy Ann Morse. “‘The Making of a Great Idea’: Cultivating Seeds of Change in the First Year Writing Classroom.” Journal of Teaching Writing 25.2, 2009 (with Rebecca Ingalls).
Wendy Sharer. 1977: A Cultural Moment in Composition (Parlor Mastrangelo, 2008), co-written with Brent P and Jack Henze.
Wendy Sharer. Rhetorical Education in America (U of Alabama Press, 2004), co-edited with Cheryl Glenn and Margaret Lyday.
Wendy Sharer’s book, Vote and Voice: Women’s Organizations and Political Literacy, was published by Southern Illinois University Press in 2004. She explores the rhetorical and pedagogical practices through which two prominent postsuffrage organizations—the League of Women Voters and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom—challenged the conventions of male-dominated political discourse and trained women as powerful rhetors.
For more information about the book visit https://www.questia.com/library/105251086/vote-and-voice-women-s-organizations-and-political
Banks, William. “Written Through the Body: Disruptions and ‘Personal’ Writing.” College English 66 (September 2003): 21 – 40.