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Help Us Choose an Argument Topic!

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Subject & Strategy: A Writer's Reader features clusters of readings on a particular issue or theme. These clusters appear in the argumentation chapter, providing a case book for students to understand different viewpoints, synthesize sources and ideas, and enter the conversation with their own arguments.

Which of the following clusters or themes would be most engaging and useful? Which do you like best?

  • Cultural Appropriation 
  • Race and Privilege
  • The Upside of Failure 
  • The Changing Nature of Work

Click HERE to view potential reading selections for each argument cluster and to vote on your favorite option.

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I am a development editor for English, focusing on readers and literature titles. I graduated with degrees in English from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville (M.A.) and the University of Mississippi (B.A.). Before landing at Bedford/St. Martin's, I taught as a part-time lecturer, adjunct, and writing center tutor at UT-Knoxville, Pellissippi State Community College, and Roane State Community College.