Utah State University Press

Naming What We Know

Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies

Naming What We Know, Classroom Edition

Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies

Narrating Jane

Telling the Story of an Early African American Mormon Woman

National Healing

Race, State, and the Teaching of Composition

Native American Oral Traditions

Collaboration and Interpretation

Nature's Burdens

Conservation and American Politics, the Reagan Era to the Present

Newe Hupia

Shoshoni Poetry Songs

Next Steps

New Directions for/in Writing about Writing

No Place to Call Home

The 1807-1857 Life Writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, Chronicler of Outlying Mormon Communities

Nowhere Near the Line

Pain and Possibility in Teaching and Writing

Of Corpse

Death and Humor in Folkore and Popular Culture

On Being Human

The Folklore of Mormon Missionaries

On Location

Theory and Practice in Classroom-Based Writing Tutoring

Once Upon a Virus

AIDS Legends and Vernacular Risk Perception

One Side by Himself

The Life and Times of Lewis Barney, 1808-1894

Organic Writing Assessment

Dynamic Criteria Mapping in Action

Out in the Center

Public Controversies and Private Struggles

Out of Style

Reanimating Stylistic Study in Composition and Rhetoric

Out of the Black Patch

The Autobiography of Effie Marquess Carmack, Folk Musician, Artist, and Writer

Out of the Ordinary

Folklore and the Supernatural

Over the Range

A History of the Promontory Summit Route of the Pacific Railroad