«ACADEMIC PREPARATION: Ph.D. English and Education, The University of Michigan, 1974. M.A., English, Colgate University, 1967. B.A., English, Colby ...»
Anne Ruggles Gere
Department of English/School of Education
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Ph.D. English and Education, The University of Michigan, 1974.
M.A., English, Colgate University, 1967.
B.A., English, Colby College, 1966.
Arthur Thurnau Professor, 2010-present
Director, Sweetland Writing Center 2008-2013
Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor 2007-present Director, Squire Office of Policy Research, National Council of Teachers of English, 2005-present Professor of English and Professor of Education, The University of Michigan, 1989-present.
Associate Professor of English and Education, The University of Michigan, 1987-1989.
Associate Professor of English, The University of Washington, 1981-1987 Assistant Professor of English, The University of Washington, 1975-1981.
Research Associate, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, The University of Michigan, 1974-1975.
Teaching Assistant, University of Michigan, 1971-1974.
Lecturer, University of Michigan, 1970-1971.
Teacher of English, Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ, 1967- 1970.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
Chair, Executive Committee, MLA Division on Teaching as a Profession, 1997-98, committee member, 1994-97 Chair, Executive Committee, MLA Division on the Teaching of Writing, 1989-90, committee member, 1986-89 Founding Director, Puget Sound Writing Project (a site of the National Writing Project), University of Washington, 1978-1987
Taking Initiative on Writing: A Guide for Instructional Leaders (Urbana:
National Council of Teachers, 2010) with Hannah Dickenson, Melinda McBee Orzaluk, and Stephanie Moody.
Ed. Making American Literatures in High School and College (Urbana:
National Council of Teachers of English, 2001) With Peter Shaheen.
Intimate Practices: Literacy and Cultural Work in U.S. Women's Clubs 1880-1920. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997). Winner of the National Association of Women's Studies Manuscript Prize.
ed. Programs and Practices: Writing Across the Secondary School Curriculum.(Portsmouth, NH:Boynton/Cook/Heinemann, 1994).With Pamela Childers-Farrell and Art Young.
ed. Into the Field: Sites of Composition Studies. (New York: MLA, 1993).
Language and Reflection: An Integrated Approach to Teaching English.(New York:MacMillan, 1991). With Alan Howes, Colleen Fairbanks, Laura Roop, David Schaafsma.
Writing and Learning: A Rhetoric Handbook. (New York: Macmillan, l985) second edition,1988; third edition 1992.
Contributions to Books:
“Establishing the Field: Recognition, Interdisciplinarity, and Freedom in English Education Doctoral Studies.” The Doctoral Degree in English Education. Ed. Allen Webb. Kennesaw State Press, 2009. 155-163/ “Developing Sentence Sense,” The Subject is Writing Essays by Teachers and Students. Ed. Wendy Bishop and James Strickland.
Heinemann, 2006, 129-138.
“Seeing is/not Believing: Visibility, Invisibility and Disability Studies in Education,” Disability Studies in Education: Readings in Theory and Method. Ed. Susan L. Gabel. (New York: Peter Lang, 2005) 53-63.
“Representing the Censored Teacher,” Critical Studies: Censorship and
Cultural Reguation in the Modern Age ed. Beate Müller (Amsterdam:
Rodopi, 2004), 209-223.
Forword, Computers and Writing: The Cyborg Era by James Inman (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2004) Afterword, Electronic Collaboration in the Humanities eds. James Inman, Cheryl Reed, and Peter Sands (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum 2003) Preface, Composition Pedagogy and the Scholarship of Teaching. Eds.
Deborah Minter and Amy Goodburn (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2002) xi-xiii.
"Learned Societies and Professional Associations," Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History. eds. Mary Kupiec Cayton and Peter W. Williams. Charles Scribner's Sons, 2001, 289-298.
"Cultural Institutions:Reading(s) (of) Zora Neale Hurston,Leslie Marmon Silko, and Maxine Hong Kingston," Critical Theory and the Teaching of Literature:Politics, Curriculum,Pedagogy, eds. James F. Slevin and Art Young.NCTE, 1996. With Morris Young.
"Common Properties of Pleasure: Texts in Nineteenth CenturyWomen's Clubs," in The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature, eds. Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi, Duke UP, 1994, 383-400.
"Literacy and Difference in Nineteenth Century Women's Clubs," Literacy: Interdisciplinary Conversations, ed. Deborah KellerCohen.Hampton Press, 1994, 249-266.
"Cindy's story," Fantastic Antone Succeeds: Experiencesin Educating Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, eds. J. Kleinfeld and S.
Wescott.University of AlaskaPress, 1993, 55-68.
"For Profit and Pleasure: Collaboration in Nineteenth Century Women's Literary Clubs," New Visionsof Collaborative Writing, ed. Janis Forman.
Heinemann, 1991,1-18.With Laura Roop.
"Public Opinion and Teaching Writing," Politics of Writing Instruction,eds.Richard Bullock and John Trimbur.Heinemann, 1991, 263-275.
"Practicing Theory/Theorizing Practice,"Balancing Acts: Essays in Honor of William F. Irmscher,eds. Chris Anderson, Mary Louise Buley-Meissner and Virginia Chappell. SIU Press, 1991, 111-122.
"Talking in Writing Groups," Perspectives on Talk and Writing, eds.Susan Hynds and Don Rubin.NCTE, 1990.
"Teaching writing: The Major Theories," The Teaching of Writing: Eightyfifth Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education,eds.
Anthony Petrosky and David Bartholomae (Chicago: Universityof Chicago, l986), 30-48.
"Empirical Research in Composition," Perspectives on Research and Scholarship in Composition, eds. BenMcClelland and Timothy Donovan (New York: MLA, l985), ll0-124.
"The Language of Response Groups: How Oral Response Shapes Revision," The Acquisition of Written Language: Response and Revision, ed. Sarah Freedman(Norwood, NJ: Ablex, l985), 85-105. With RalphStevens.
"Public Opinion and Language," Public Attitudes toward the English Language, ed. Sydney Greenbaum (London:Pergamon, l984), 72-79.
"Measuring Teachers' Attitudes toward Writing Instruction," New Directions in Composition Research,eds. Richard Beach and Lillian Bridwell. (New York: Guilford, l983), 348-36l.
"Insights from the Blind: Composing without Revising,"Revising: New Essays for Teachers, ed. Ronald Sudol(Urbana, IL: NCTE, l982), 52-70.
"A Cultural Perspective on Talking and Writing,"Exploring SpeakingWriting Relationships: Connectionsand Contrasts, ed. Barry M. Kroll and Roberta Vann(Urbana, IL: NCTE, l981), lll-123.
"Alternatives to Tradition in Teaching Spelling,"Classroom Practices in Teaching English l977-78, ed.Ouida Clapp (Urbana, IL: NCTE, l977), 100-103.
“A Visibility Project: Learning to See How Preservice Teachers Take Up Culturally Responsive Pedagogy.” American Educational Research Journal 46,3 (September 2009). 816-852. WithJennifer Buehler, Christian Dallavis and Victoria Shaw Haviland.
“Normalizing the Fraughtness: How Emotion, Race, and School context Complicate Cultural Competence.” Journal of Teacher Education. 60, 4 (September/October 2009. 408-418. With Jennifer Buehler, Christian Dallavis and Victoria Shaw Haviland.
“Making the Journey toward Cultural Competence with Poetry” Multicultural Perspectives 11, 1 (April 2009). 19-26. With Victoria Shaw Haviland, Jennifer Buehler and Christian Dallavis “Standpoints: Perspectives on Highly Qualified English Teachers,” Research in the Teaching of English 43, 3 (February 2009), 247-262 (with Daniel Berebitsky).
“Indian Heart/White Man’s Head: Native American Teachers in Indian Schools, 1880-1930. “ History of Education Quarterly 45, 1 (Spring 2005), 38-65.
“An Art of Survivance: Angel DeCora at Carlisle,” American Indian Quarterly, 28, Nos. 3 & 4 (Summer and Fall 2004), 649-684.
“Out Loud: The Common Language of Poetry” English Journal 93 (September 2003: 44-49 (with Lindsay Ellis and Jill Lamberton.
"Revealing Silence: Rethinking Personal Writing" College Composition and Communication 53,2 (December 2001), 203-223.
"The Politics of Personal: Storying Our Lives Against the Grain" College English 64,1 (September 2001), 41-62. (with Deborah Brandt, Ellen Cushman, Anne Herrington, Richard Miller, Victor Villanueva, Min-Zhan Lu, and Gesa Kirsch.
"Living with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Fetal Alcohol Effect (FAS/FAE)" Michigan Quarterly Review 37, 3 (Summer 1998), 396-408.
"Service Learning and English Studies:Rethinking ëPublicí Service"College English 60(February 1998), 129-149. With Aaron Schutz.
Reprinted in Trends and Issues in Postsecondary English Studies, Urbana:NCTE, 1999.
"Composing Service Learning"The Writing Instructor 16 (Winter 1997), 53-63.With Jennifer Sinor. "Narratives of Composition Studies"Legal Writing 3 (1997),51-66.
"Teachers Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow;Learners Forever"English Journal (September 1996), 40-44. With Laura Schiller and Cheryl Rosaen.
"Both Sides of the Desk:Collaborative Self Study inTeacher Education"Action in Teacher Education18(Fall 1996), 56-67.With Cheryl Rosaen.
"Why Service? Why Now?A Self Reflective Study of Service Learningís Effects on Undergraduates"Michigan Academician28 (1996), 447With Joanna Tracey, Flavia Tingling and Jacqueline Goldberg.
"Gendered Literacy in Black and White:Turn-of-theCentury AfricanAmerican and European-AmericanClub Women's Printed Texts" SIGNS:
Journal of Women in Culture and Society21:3(Spring 1996), 643-78.With Sarah Robbins.
"Learning Literacies." College English 56 (1995) 472-92.With Deborah Minter and Deborah Keller-Cohen.
"Kitchen Tables and Rented Rooms: The Extracurriculum of Composition" College Composition and Communication45 (1994) 75-92.
"Writing across Institutional Boundaries: K-12 andUniversity Collaboration."English Journal 93 (March 1994)68-74.With Rebecca Randolph and Sarah Robbins.
"Composition and Literature: The Continuing Conversation," College English 51 (1989), 617-622.
"Talking about Writing: The Language of Writing Groups," Research in the Teaching of English 19(l985), 362-386.With Robert Abbott.
"Teaching Writing Teachers," College English 47 (1985),58-65.
"Public Language," English Journal 72 (March, l983),66-68.
"The Rational and Empirical Development of ScalesMeasuring Four Teacher Attitudes toward Instruction in Written Composition," Research in the Teaching of English 17 (l981), 55-65.With Brian Schuessler and Robert Abbott.
"Written Composition: Toward A Theory of Evaluation,"College English 42 (l980), 44-58.
"Writing Well Is the Best Revenge," College Compositionand Communication 29 (l978), 256-60.
"Motherhood: The Question of All Questions." IowaEnglish Journal 27 (l978),23-26.
"Writing and Writing," English Journal 66 (l977), 60-64.
"Humanities--Our Most Important Process," EnglishJournal 65 (l976), 38An Approach to Achebe's Fiction," Africa Quarterly l6(l976), 27-35.
"Color in Fitzgerald's Novels," Fitzgerald/HemingwayAnnual 1971, 333Foreword:Symbiosis: Writing and An Academic Culture. by Kim J. Kipling and Richard J. Murphy (Portsmouth: Heinemann, 1992).
Column: "Practice to Theory," English Journal.
"Increasing Innovative Thinking in Writing," (February l978), 114-116.
"Vocational Technical English," (May 1978), 84-86.
"Educating Legislators," (October l978), 88-90.
"Language Instruction," (December l978), 74-76.
"Toward a Personal Philosophy," (May l979), 92-93.
"Oral Interpretation,"(January l980), 92-94.
"The Problem of the Project," (February l980), 87-90.
“Adolescent Literacy: A Policy Research Brief Produced by the National Council of Teachers of English.” Council Chronicle 17, 1, September 2007, 15-22.
“English Language Learners: A Policy Research Brief Produced by the National Council of Teachers of English.” Council Chronicle 17, 3, March, 2008, 15-22.
“Writing Outside of School: A Policy Research Brief Produced by the National Council of Teachers of English.” Council Chronicle 19, 1, September 2009, 12-13.
“An Administrator’s Guide to Writing Instruction: A Policy Research Brief produced by the National Council of Teachers of English.” Council Chronicle 19, 2, 15-17.
“Preparing, Inducting and Retaining English Language Arts Teachers: A Policy Research Brief produced by the National Council of Teachers of English.” Council Chronicle 19, 3, 15-18.
"Writing from Memory," English in Texas 17 (l986), 4-6.
"The Most Important Development in the Last Five Yearsfor High School Teachers of Composition," Facets Column, English Journal 73 (September l984), 13-14.
"Project Equality." Bait-Rebate Column, English Journal71 (October l983), 18-20.
"Considering Attitudes toward Writing," Notes from the National Testing Network in Writing (October l982), 20-2l.
"Research Report," Washington English Journal 3 (Winter l981), 3-6.