Katherine Frank's Collections
|“'Tis mine and it is likewise yours”, collected by Katherine Frank||
Even the unstoppable momentum of 21st century literacy has not managed to completely debunk the myth of solitary genius, and the tension between solitary authorship and collaboration remains. In this collection, new voices dialogue in asking how individual perspective should be treated when it exists due to its role in a much larger, ongoing, public conversation.
|Beyond Words: Meaning in Motion, collected by Katherine Frank||
What happens when we become more deliberate in our thinking about placing text in motion and the direction suggested by the text itself? How does motion affect meaning and our interpretative process?
|Learning to Sound One’s Barbaric Yawp!, collected by Katherine Frank||
This collection considers the tension associated with helping students find their voices as communicators and make their messages public.