Thirteen essays explore the varying virtual, physical, cultural and institutional contexts influencing the nature of electronic space for women and explore the intersection of feminisms, power, authority, voice, and computer techlogies. It also contains four interviews with prominent scholars, which historicize the disciplinary formation of computers and composition and the impact of techlogy on the professional lives of women. This collection continues the ongoing conversation exploring the theoretical, pedagogical, and political implications of computer techlogies for composition studies, with an primary audience of teachers and theorists of writing in electronic environments.
KRISTINE BLAIR is Associate Professor of English at Bowling Green State University, where she teaches in the doctoral program in Rhetoric and Writing and the undergraduate Integrated Language Arts program. A proponent of media and technology literacy, her emphasis is upon technology and teacher training, electronic teaching portfolios, adn the politics of online teaching and learning. She currently serves as Associate Director at BGSU's Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology. PAMELA TAKAYOSHI is Associate Professor of English at the University of Louisville.