Dunn, Patricia A. "What Is 'Normal'? Defining Terms and Questioning Commonplaces in Public Policy Debates." JAC: Rhetoric, Writing, Culture, Politics 31.3&4, 2011: 736-752. (This is an invited response of over 5000 words to Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson’s article in JAC: "Ableist Rhetorics, Nevertheless: Disability and Animal Rights in the Work of Peter Singer and Martha Nussbaum.")
Lindblom, Kenneth, and Patricia A. Dunn. “Analyzing Grammar Rants: An Alternative to Traditional Grammar Instruction.” English Journal 95.5 (May, 2006): 71-77.
Dunn, Patricia A. and Kenneth Lindblom. “The Roles of Rhetoric in Constructions and Reconstructions of Disability.” Rhetoric Review 22.2 (April, 2003): 167-174.
Dunn, Patricia A., and Kenneth J. Lindblom. “Why Revitalize Grammar?” English Journal 92.3 (January, 2003): 43-50.
Dunn, Patricia A. and Kathleen Dunn De Mers. “Reversing Notions of Disability and Accommodation: Embracing Universal Design in Writing Pedagogy and Web Space.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. 7.1 (Spring 2002). (Nominated for “Best Web Text” award, May, 2002.)
"Becoming Visible: Lessons in Disability." (Co-authored with Brenda Jo Bruggemann, Linda Feldmeier White, Barbara A. Heifferon, and Johnson Cheu) CCC The Journal of the Conference on College Composition and Communication 52.3 (February, 2001): 368--398.
Dunn, Patricia A. “Forgotten Elements in Writing Across the Curriculum: Speaking-to-Learn and Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research.” Issues in Writing: Education, Government, Arts & Humanities, Business & Industry, Science & Technology 9.1 (Fall/Winter 1998): 19-42.
Dunn, Patricia A. “Three Comments on ‘Writing Utopias’” Comment and response section of College English 54 (Oct. 1992): 731-733.
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