Time and Space in Composition Studies: "Through the Gates of the Chronotope"

  title={Time and Space in Composition Studies: "Through the Gates of the Chronotope"},
  author={Deborah Mutnick},
  journal={Rhetoric Review},
  pages={41 - 57}
The difficulty of resolving the contradiction between personal and academic writing, experience and analysis, and local and global phenomena resides in deeper binary oppositions that continue to haunt us. Time and space, history and structure, are the larger frameworks in which we operate. Understanding the dialectical relationships of these coordinates illuminates the material and social processes of the production of culture, language, and history, suggesting a theoretical perspective based… 
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