Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year. The journal focuses on how community-based writing projects 1) contribute to our knowledge of theories, practices, and uses of writing and rhetoric; and 2) alter traditional pedagogy and research practices of composition and rhetoric and allied fields.
We seek to publish the academic research that emerges from community-engaged writing projects as well as the non-academic genres produced by project participants—the poetry, essays, photographs, and memoirs that often emerge from such work. We invite submissions from anyone who has been involved in a service-learning, community literacy, or community writing project, including community members, university, college, or public school faculty, students, and activists.
To view Reflections content, please visit our website at reflectionsjournal.net.