Ph.D. English/Writing Studies, University of Illinois
M.A. TESL/Linguistics, Ohio University
B.A. Antioch College
Buell, Marcia Z. "Negotiating Rich Response Networks and Textual Ownership in Dissertation Writing" Research Literacies and Writing Pedagogies for Masters and Doctoral Writers, Eds. Badenhorst, Cecile and Cally Guerin. Brill Online Books and Journals. 2015. 221-237.
Buell, Marcia Z. “The Place of Basic Writing at Wedonwan U: A Simulation for Graduate Level Seminars" Journal of Basic Writing E-Journal (2013-2014).
Buell, Marcia Z. “Negotiaitng Textual Authority: Response Cycles for a Personal Statement of a Latina Undergraduate.” Journal of Basic Writing 31(2) 5-28, (2012).
Buell, Marcia, and Park, So Jin. “Positioning expertise: The shared journey of a South Korean and a North American doctoral student.” In Christine Casanave and XiaoMing Li (Eds.), Learning to do graduate school: Perspectives on academic enculturation, literacy practices, and identity. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Michigan University Press. 2008.
Buell, Marcia. “Code-switching and second language writing: How multiple codes are combined in a text.” In Charles Bazerman and Paul Prior (Eds.), What writing does and how it does it (97-122). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 2004.
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