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

Volume 17, Number 2, Summer 1999

CONTENTS

About Inkshed (page 1)

Editorial by Margaret Procter (page 2)

In the Mirror of Genre: Students Write This World by Doug Brent (page 2)

Through the Looking Glass: Language Meets Body Language (by Charlotte Hussey and Jean Mason (page 6)

Through the Looking Glass: Identifying Causes of the Alice-Syndrome in Undergraduate Engineering Writers by Natasha Artemeva and Janna Fox (page 8)

Suggestions for Providing Ethical Expertise by Jamie MacKinnon (page 12)

Cultural Bridges and Student Testimonies by Samia Costandi (page 13)

Minutes of the CASLL general meeting, May 1999 (page 16)

Announcement: Online Discussion Group for Canadian Writing Centres (page 18)

Information about Inkshed publications, the CASLL listserv and Inkshed Web page; Renewing your membership, paying your fees (back cover)

This issue was edited by Mary Kooy and Margaret Procter, University of Toronto,
and its production was subsidized by the University of Toronto.

It is also accessible through the Inkshed Web site, at
http://www.stthomasu.ca/inkshed