Writing pedagogy, composition theory
Argues that the negative reaction to E.D. Hirsch's controversial book Cultural Literacy stems from ignoring the continuities between his early work as a literary critic and theorist with his later work on writing and composition. Originally presented at the Winthrop College Rhetoric Symposium, 1986.
Patrick Scott, "The Validity of E.D. Hirsch," Winthrop College Rhetoric Symposium, 1986. (c) Patrick Scott, 1986.