Newsletter of the Canadian Association for the Study of Language and Learning


Volume 22, Number 2, Summer 2005


About Inkshed

From the Editors’ Desktops

From the Conference

Commentary on "Wrap Up Discussion," Inkshed XXII White Point Beach
Nan Johnson

The CASLL Conundrum: Corporatizing the CASLL
Russ Hunt

A Performance Piece: The Power of P Words, Punctuated with Percussion
Perspectives from the Periphery of Writing Centre Personnel

Lise de Villiers, Trudy MacCormack, Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier


Review: Conversations about writing: Eavesdropping, inkshedding, and joining in
Tosh Tachino

How Did Rhetoric Get Into Science? And What Is It Doing In There, Anyway?
Rebecca Carruthers Den Hoed

Book Review: Becoming an Authentic Teacher in Higher Education
Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier

From the Editors' Desktops

  This issue was edited by Heather Graves and Roger Graves (University of Western Ontario). It is accessible through the Inkshed Web site, at