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Contributors to The Quarterly 2002

By: NWP Staff
Publication: The Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1
Date: Winter 2003

Summary: A list of authors who contributed to The Quarterly in 2002.

 

The editors and staff of The Quarterly wish to acknowledge and thank the contributors whose articles were part of last year's publication lineup. Their ideas—in cooperation with the contributions of many other people—have given the National Writing Project network another year of enjoyable and informative reading.

Tracy Amond, teacher-consultant, Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project

Charles Bazerman, professor and chair, Department of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara

Karen Brown, teacher, affiliated with the Oregon Writing Project at Eastern Oregon University

Shirley P. Brown, teacher-consultant, Philadelphia Writing Project, Pennsylvania, and co-chair of the NWP Teacher Inquiry Communities Network

Paul Butler, teacher-consultant, National Writing Project of Acadiana, Louisiana

Joseph W. Check, director, Boston Writing Project, Massachusetts

Nick Coles, former director of the Western Pennsylvania Writing Project

Janis Cramer, co-director, Oklahoma Writing Project

Catherine Crystal, teacher-consultant, Bay Area Writing Project, California

Edward Darling, teacher-consultant, National Writing Project of Vermont

Dina Sechio DeCristofaro, co-director, Rhode Island Writing Project

Rebecca Dierking, teacher-consultant, Prairie Lands Writing Project, Missouri

Ann B. Dobie, director, Louisiana Writing Project State Network

George Dorrill, teacher-consultant, Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project

Kim Douillard, co-director, San Diego Area Writing Project, California  

Heidi Estrem, teacher-consultant, Northern Nevada Writing Project

Michele Fleer, teacher-consultant, Dakota Writing Project, South Dakota

Richard Gillin, former director of the Eastern Shore Writing Project, Maryland

Jane Hancock, co-director, UCLA Writing Project, California

Monie Hayes, graduate student, University of Iowa

Kerry A. Hoffman, graduate student, Purdue University, Indiana

Tina Humphrey, teacher-consultant, Denver Writing Project, Colorado

Marean Jordan, director of professional development, Strategic Literacy Initiative at WestEd, California

Douglas James Joyce, teacher-consultant, Denver Writing Project, Colorado

Randy Koch, teacher, affiliated with the South Texas Writing Project

Christian Knoeller, Purdue University, Indiana

John Levine, teacher-consultant, Bay Area Writing Project, California

Richard Louth, director, Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project

Harriet Maher, teacher-consultant, National Writing Project of Acadiana, Louisiana

John C. Marshall, State University of West Georgia

Sheila Mast, teacher-consultant, Saginaw Bay National Writing Project, Michigan

Connie McDonald, teacher-consultant, National Writing Project of Acadiana, Louisiana

Anna Moore, teacher-consultant, Northern California Writing Project

Glenda Moss, teacher-consultant, Indiana Writing Project

Kathleen O'Shaughnessy, co-director, National Writing Project of Acadiana, Louisiana

Melanie Plesh, co-director, Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project

Ruie Jane Pritchard, director, Capital Area Writing Project, North Carolina

Mary Racicot, teacher-consultant, Boston Writing Project, Massachusetts

Pauline Sahakian, director, UC Merced Writing Project, California

Eileen Simmons, teacher-consultant, Oklahoma State University Writing Project

Sherry Swain, director, Mississippi Writing/Thinking Institute, and chair, NWP State Networks

Kathy Thomas, teacher-consultant, Northern California Writing Project

Peter Trenouth, teacher-consultant, Boston Writing Project, Massachusetts

Anna Collins Trest, teacher-consultant, South Mississippi Writing Project

Debra E. Weller, co-director, Tidewater Writing Project, Virigina

Stephanie Wilder, teacher, North Carolina

Allen Wiseman, teacher-consultant, South Texas Writing Project

Kathy Woods, teacher-consultant, Oklahoma Writing Project

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