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The Language of Experience
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Gwen Gorzelsky, assistant professor in the Composition Program at Wayne State University, is developing a service-learning initiative that involves undergraduate students and their graduate student instructors in Detroit communities.

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"Gorzelsky has . . . produced a unique and powerful roadmap for teachers who believe the classroom should be a vehicle for social change."
--Steve Parks, Syracuse University


"A delightfully unusual book. It is also distinctive in the wide expanse of experiential and historical ground it covers in its treatment of change--so much so, that it's nearly impossible to describe the work in such a way as to give an adequate sense of its scope and possible uses. Compelling."
--JAC

"One of the few extended treatments of literacy and social change available anywhere. From past to present, Gorzelsky connects the elusive dots among social movements, literacy, and personal change--and does so through an original and courageous mix of psychology, history, ethnography, and self-revelation."
--Deborah Brandt, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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