Vol 57 (2019)

Special issue for Sharifa Daniels:
Space, Place and Power in South African Writing Centres

GUEST EDITORS
Rose Richards, Anne-Mari-Lackay & Selene Delport 

Cover illustration: Neeske Alexander
Copy editor: Lauren Onraët

Table of Contents

Introduction

Rose Richards, Anne-Mari Lackay, Selene Delport
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i-xiv

Interview

An interview with Sharifa Daniels
Rebecca Day Babcock
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xv-xx

Theme 1: The writing centre, space, and place

Puleng Sefalane-Nkohla, Thembinkosi Mtonjeni
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1-23
Karis Moxley, Arlene Archer
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25-37
Halima Namakula, Maria Prozesky
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39-56

Theme 2: The writing centre and online spaces

Rebecca Day Babcock, Aliethia Dean, Victoria Hinesly, Aileen Taft
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57-77
Karen Suzette Collett, Arona Dison
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79-98
Robert Doya Nanima
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99-116

Theme 3: The writing centre and power

Sherran Clarence
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117-130
Pamela Nichols, Zimitri Erasmus, Nomonde Ntsepo, Lerato Mlahleki, Keanu Mabalane, Khensani Ngobeni, Lew Is Ckool
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131-147
Fatima Slemming
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149-168

Theme 4: Writing consultants’ agency

Emure Kadenge, Laura Dison, Wacango Kimani, Halima Namakula
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169-182
Janine Esmé Carlse
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183-194
Collium Banda
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195-205

Research notes

Adapting writing laboratory activities to different spaces and cultures
Diana B. Njweipi-Kongor
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207-208
Clear mind, full head, can’t lose
Maud Bonato
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209
Power dynamics in writing consultations and potential lessons for teaching: An English Studies perspective
Cleo Beth Theron
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211-214
From the Writing Lab to the ESL classroom
Carla-Marié Spies-Gaum
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215-217
Seeing the writer behind the writing: How the Writing Lab influenced my feedback-giving practices
Martina van Heerden
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219-220
Then and now: The relevance of the writing consultant experience today
Gerhardus D. du Preez
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221-223
Using reflective pedagogy to improve writing consultant practice
Venita Januarie
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225-229

Endnote

The Writing Lab: A comic
Neeske Alexander
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230
Author biographies
 
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231-239