English Professor June
Johnson Bube recently published a second edition of her global argument
text, Global Issues, Local Arguments
(Pearson/Longman). This book introduces
global issues as multi-sided arguments with highly invested stakeholders. This second edition features a new rhetoric
chapter on argument and chapters with readings on free trade, the
global economic crisis, immigration, cultural rights, water and sustainability,
food for the world, and human rights.
Johnson Bube teaches American literature and rhetoric and
composition. She recently presented a workshop, “Cultivating Rhetorical Readers
and Responsible Arguers: Teaching Writing as Intellectual Work,” at Central
Washington University for its nationally accredited Cornerstone college-in-the-high
of Arts and Sciences offers 7 advanced degrees and 33 undergraduate degrees, including literature,
writing, and film studies in the English Department.
All comments must be approved before they will appear on this page.
No one has commented.