"Cross-Cultural Composition 2.0: Mapping/Remapping Spaces of
Language Minority Students in the Contact Zones" examines
first-year composition curricula, syllabi, and course material
issues instructors and administrators have been confronting in the
US colleges and universities. Cross-cultural composition 2.0 (CCC
2.0) includes theories of composition, Web 2.0 tools, multicultural
materials, students' cultural and disciplinary literacies, and
critical pedagogy. This book seeks ways of creating democratic,
inclusive, and representational spaces for both native English
speaking students and language minority students in the writing
classes. It also stresses that students have to be familiar with
other cultural rhetorical traditions (outside of the Anglo-American
rhetorical tradition) in the twenty-first century's globalized
world. Overall, it not only tends to create safer spaces in the
contact zones, but also remaps writing curricula to meet the needs,
values, and expectations of the globalized world.
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