The remixes and data source annotations associated with our project make extensive use of these sources.

  • Afro-American Student Society of East Texas (ASSET), “Declaration of Rights.” D. Whitney Halladay, University President Papers, collection (‘Afro-American Affairs’). James G. Gee Library Special Collections. Texas A&M University-Commerce.
  • Anderson, Tom. “Carlos Hedges On Joining Up with Boycotters.” East Texan 6 Dec. 1967: 1; 8
  • _____. “Negro Athletes Refute Statements.” East Texan Dec. 1967: 1; 8.
  • Bazerman, Charles. “Standpoints: The Disciplined Interdisciplinarity of Writing Studies.” Research in the Teaching of English 46.1 (August 2011): 8-21.
  • Brandt, Deborah and Katie Clinton. “Limits of the Local: Expanding Perspectives on Literacy as Social Practice.” Journal of Literacy Research 34 (2002): 337-356. Print.
  • Brodkey, Linda. Academic Writing as Social Practice. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 1987.
  • Burgess, Parke G. “The Rhetoric of Black Power: A Moral Demand?” Quarterly Journal of Speech 1968: 122-133. Print.
  • Carter, Shannon. “A Clear Channel: Circulating Resistance in a Rural University Town.” Community Literacy Journal 7.1 (September 2012): 111-33.
  • Carter, Shannon. “HOPE, ‘Repair,’ and the Complexities of Reciprocity: Inmates Tutoring Inmates in a Total Institution” Community Literacy Journal. 2.2 (Spring 2008): 87-112.
  • —. “Living inside the Bible (Belt).” College English 69.6 (July 2007): 572-595. Print.
  • Carter, Shannon. The Way Literacy Lives: Rhetorical Dexterity and Basic Writing Instruction. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2008. Print.
  • Carter, Shannon and James H. Conrad. “In Possession of Community: Toward a More Sustainable Local.” College Composition and Communication 64.1 (September 2012): 82-106. Print.
  • Carlos, John and Dave Zirin. The John Carlos Story. Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2011. Print.
  • Carlos, John. Interview with Shannon Carter. 2011 Archives. James G. Gee Library, Texas A&M University-Commerce. Forthcoming.
  • _____. Interview by Kojo Nnamdi. The Kojo Nnamdi Show. 4 Oct. 2011. Web. 14 Nov. 2011
  • Corbett, Edward P.J. “The Rhetoric of the Open Hand and the Rhetoric of the Closed Fist.” College Composition and Communication 20.5 (1969): 288-296. Print.
  • Cushman, Ellen. The Struggle and the Tools: Oral and Literate Strategies in an Inner City Community. Albany: State University of NY, 1998. Print.
  • DeVoss, Danielle and Jim Ridolfo. “Composing for Recomposition: Rhetorical Velocity and Delivery.” Kairos. 13.2 (2009). Web.
  • Duffy, John. “Letters from the Fair City: A Rhetorical Conception of Literacy.” College Composition and Communication 56.2 (2004): 233-50. Print.
  • Eames, Charles and Ray. A Communications Primer. 1953. IBM. Prelinger Archives. Web. June. 2012.
  • Enoch, Jessica. Refiguring Rhetorical Education: Women Teaching African American, Native American, and Chicano/a Students, 1865-1911. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 2008. Print.
  • Flower, Linda. Community Literacy and Rhetoric of Public Engagement. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 2008.
  • Gee, James. G. University Present Papers, collection 2008.28, James G. Gee Library Special Collections, Texas A&M University-Commerce.
  • George, Diana. “The Word on the Street: Public Discourse in a Culture of Disconnect.” Reflections 2.2 (2002): 5-18.
  • Glenn, Cheryl and Jessica Enoch. “Drama in the Archives: Rereading Methods, Rewriting History.” College Composition and Communication 61.2 (Dec. 2009): 321-342.
  • Gold, David. “Beyond Recovery: Contemporary Challenges in Rhetoric and Composition Historiography.” Writing Democracy: A Rhetoric of (T)here. Commerce, Texas. 2011. Paper.
  • —. Rhetoric at the Margins: Revising the History of Writing Instruction in American Colleges, 1973-1947. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 2008. Print.
  • Halladay, D. Whitney, “Statement Before the Student Senate.” D. Whitney Halladay, University President Papers, collection (“Afro-American Affairs”). James G. Gee Library Special Collections. Texas A&M University-Commerce.
  • Jarrett, Susan. “Classics and Counterpublics in Nineteenth Century Historically Black Colleges.” College English 72.2 (Nov. 2009): 134-59. Print.
  • King, Martin Luther. Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story. Boston: Harper Collins, 1958.
  • Kirsch, Gesa and Joy Ritchie. “Beyond the Personal: Theorizing a Politics of Location in Composition Research.” College Composition and Communication 46 (1995): 7-29. Print.
  • Kirsch, Gesa and Liz Rohan, eds. Beyond the Archives: Research as a Lived Process. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 2008. Print.
  • Lucas, Brad. “Oral History’s Turn: Archival Thinking and the Divine Views of the Interdialectic.” Issues in Writing. 17 1-2 (2007-8): 25-49. Print.
  • Marback, Richard. “Corbett’s Hand: A Rhetorical Figure for Composition Studies. College Composition and Communication 47.2 (1996): 180-198. Print.
  • Navas, Eduardo. Remix Theory: The Aesthetics of Sampling. New York: New York Press, 2012.
  • Pennycook, Alastair. Language as a Local Practice. New York: Routledge, 2010.
  • Porter, James E. “Interactivity and Rhetoric.” Aims: Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies. Miami University of Ohio. Feb. 6, 2010. Web.
  • Prior, Paul. Writing/Disciplinarity: A Social Historical Account of Literate Activity. Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum, 1998. Print.
  • Powell, Malea. “Dreaming Charles Eastman: Cultural Memory, Autobiography & Geography in Indigenous Rhetorical Histories.” Beyond the Archives: Research as a Lived Process. Eds. Liz Rohan and Gesa Kirsch. Urbana: Southern Illinois UP, 2008. 115-127. Print.
  • Ramsey, Alexis E., Wendy B. Sharer, Barbara L’Eplattenier, and Lisa S. Mastrangelo, eds. Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2010. Print.
  • Royster, Jacqueline Jones. Traces of a Stream: Literacy and Social Change among African American Women. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 2000. Print.
  • Royster, Jacqueline Jones and Gesa E. Kirsch. Feminist Rhetorical Practices: New Horizons for Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy Studies. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 2012.
  • Shannon, Clyde E. “A Mathematical Theory of Communication.” Bell System Technical Journal 27 (July and October 1948): 379-423 and 623-656. Web.
  • Stewart, Charles J. “The Evolution of a Revolution: Stokely Carmichael and the Rhetoric of Black Power.” Quarterly Journal of Speech (1997): 427-446.
  • Stowers, Carlton. “Carlos Hits Prejudice: East Texas Sprinter May Join Boycott.” Dallas News   3 Dec. 1967.
  • Tave, Joe. Interview with Shannon Carter and Kelly Dent. 2012 Archives. James G. Gee Library, Texas A&M University-Commerce. Forthcoming.
  • –. Personal Email to Shannon Carter. 21 Aug. 2012.
  • Warner, Michael. Publics and Counterpublics. New York: Zone Books, 2005. Print.
  • Welch, Nancy. “Informed, Passionate, and Disorderly: Uncivil Rhetoric in a New Gilded Age.” Community Literacy Journal 7.1 (September 2012): Forthcoming. Print.
  • Wells, Susan. “Rogue Cops and Health Care: What Do We Want from Public Writing.” College Composition and Communication 47.3 (1996): 325–41. Print.

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