JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory, Volume 24, Number 2, 2004 Page: 4
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JAC provides a forum for scholars interested in theoretical ap-
proaches to the study of rhetoric, writing, multiple literacies, and
the politics of difference. As a forum for interdisciplinary inquiry,
the journal features articles that explore intersections between
theoretical work in rhetoric and writing studies, broadly conceived,
and theoretical work in other fields. Also featured are articles on
cultural studies and critical literacy; visual rhetorics, including film
and media; rhetorical approaches to literary study; workplace
literacies; computers and cyberculture; and the politics of higher
education. JAC publishes articles on pedagogical theory but does
not accept articles that merely describe classroom practices.
Submissions Send manuscripts and letters of inquiry to Lynn Worsham; Editor,
JA C; English Department; Stevenson Hall; Illinois State University;
Normal, IL 61790. Please send three copies of your manuscript,
stripped of any identifying information. The average length of
articles published in JAC is between twenty and thirty manuscript
pages; however, the Editor will consider longer articles if they are
clearly of superior quality. All materials should be typed and
double-spaced, including quotations, endnotes, and the works cited
list. Follow the AILA Handbook (Fifth Edition) and the Columbia
Guide to Online Style. Manuscripts judged by the Editor to be
appropriate for the journal are submitted to blind review by external
readers. Ordinarily, decisions will be made within twelve weeks of
submission. The Editor maintains responsibility for final selection.
JAC invites submissions to the Reader Response section. Essays
should be no longer than ten pages and should address in a
substantive way one or more articles previously published in the
journal. Book reviews are commissioned by the Editor.
All orders should be directed to Lynn Worsham; Editor, JAC;
English Department; Stevenson Hall; Illinois State University;
Normal, IL 61790. Yearly subscription rates: individuals, $28;
institutions, $45; students, $20. For postage anywhere outside
the U.S., add $8 per year. Single issue price, $10. Subscription price
includes membership in ATAC and a subscription to Composition
JAC is a member ofthe Council of Editors of Learned Journals and
is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography, Linguistics and
Language Behavior Abstracts, and the American Humanities Index.
JAC is published with financial support from Illinois State University
and Georgia State University.
Cover art by John Collins
2004 by ATAC. All rights reserved.
US ISSN 0731-6755
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