2022: Allison A. Kranek and Maria Paz Carvajal Regidor. “It’s Crowded in Here: ‘Present Others’ in Advanced Graduate Writers’ Sessions.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, vol. 18, no. 2, 2021, pp. 62-73.

2021: Maureen McBride and Molly Rentscher. “The Importance of Intention: A Review of Mentoring for Writing Center Professionals.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, 17.3 (2020): 74-85.

2020: Alexandria Lockett, “Why I Call It the Academic Ghetto: A Critical Examination of Race, Place, and Writing Centers,” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 16.2 (2019).

2019: Melody Denny, “The Oral Writing-Revision Space: Identifying a New and Common Discourse Feature of Writing Center Consultations,” Writing Center Journal 37.1 (2018): 35-66. Print.

2018: Sue Mendelsohn, “‘Raising Hell’: Literacy Instruction in Jim Crow America,” College English 80.1, 35-62. Print.

2017: Lori Salem, “Decisions…Decisions: Who Chooses to Use the Writing Center?” Writing Center Journal 35.2 (2016): 141-171. Print.

2016: Rebecca Nowacek and Bradley Hughes, “Threshold Concepts in the Writing Center: Scaffolding the Developments of Tutor Expertise” in Naming What We Know: Theories, Practices and Models, Adler-Kastner & Wardle (eds). Utah State UP, 2015. Print.

2015: John Nordlof, “Vygotsky, Scaffolding, and the Role of Theory in Writing Center Work,” Writing Center Journal 34.1 (2014): 45-64.

2014: Anne Ellen Geller and Harry Denny, “Of Ladybugs, Low Status, and Loving the Job: Writing Center Professionals Navigating Their Career,” Writing Center Journal 33.1 (2013): 96-129. Print.

2013: Dana Driscoll and Sherry Wynn Perdue, “Theory, Lore, and More: An Analysis of RAD Research in The Writing Center Journal, 1980-2009,” Writing Center Journal 32.1 (2012): 11-39. Print.

2012: Rebecca Day Babcock, “Interpreted Writing Center Tutorials with College-Level Deaf Students,” Linguistics in Education 22.2 (2011): 95-117. Print.

2011: Bradley Hughes, Paula Gillespie, and Harvey Kail, “What they Take with Them: Findings from the Per Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project,” Writing Center Journal 30.2 (2010): 12-46. Print.

2010: Isabelle Thompson, “Scaffolding in the Writing Center: A Microanalysis of an Experienced Tutor’s Verbal and Nonverbal Tutoring Strategies,” Written Communication 26.4 (2009): 417-53. Print.

2009: Elizabeth H. Bouquet and Neal Lerner, “Reconsiderations: After ‘The Idea of a Writing Center,’” College English 71.2 (2008): 170-89. Print.

2008: Renee Brown, Brian Fallon, Jessica Lott, Elizabeth Matthews, and Elizabeth Mintie, “Taking on Tunitin: Tutors Advocating Change,” Writing Center Journal 27.1 (2007): 7-28. Print.

Michael Mattison, “Someone to Watch Over Me: Reflection and Authority in the Writing Center,” Writing Center Journal 27.1 (2007): 29-51. Print.

2007: Jo Ann Griffin, Daniel Keller, Iswari P. Pandey, Anne-Marie Pedersen, and Carolyn Skinner, “Local Practices, National Consequences: Surveying and (Re)Constructing Writing Center Identities,” Writing Center Journal 26.2 (2006): 3-21. Print.

Bonnie Devet, Susan Orr, Margo Blythman, and Celia Bishop, “Peering Across the Pond: The Role of Students in Developing Other Students’ Writing in the US and UK.” Teaching Academic Writing in UK Higher Education: Theories, Practices and Models, ed. Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams. Houndmills, England; New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2006. Print.

2006: Anne Ellen Geller, “Tick-Tock, Next: Finding Epochal Time in The Writing Center,” Writing Center Journal 25.1 (2005): 5-24. Print.

2005: Margaret Weaver, “Censoring What Tutors’ Clothing ‘Says’: First Amendment Rights/Writes Within Tutorial Space,” Writing Center Journal 24.2 (2004): 19-36. Print.

2004: Neal Lerner, “Writing Center Assessment: Searching for the ‘Proof’ of Our Effectiveness. In Pemberton & Kinkead. Print.

2003: Sharon Thomas, Julie Bevins, and Mary Ann Crawford, “The Portfolio Project: Sharing Our Stories.” In Gillespie, Gill-am, Brown, and Stay. Print.

2002: Valerie Balester and James C. McDonald, “A View of Status and Working Conditions: Relations Between Writing Program and Writing Center Directors.” WPA: The Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators 24.3 (2001): 59-82. Print.

2001: Neal Lerner, “Confessions of a First-Time Writing Center Director.” Writing Center Journal 21.1 (2000): 29- 48. Print.

2000: Elizabeth H. Boquet, “‘Our Little Secret’: A History of Writing Centers, Pre- to Post-Open Admissions.” College Composition and Communication 50.3 (1999): 463-82. Print.

1999: Neal Lerner, “Drill Pads, Teaching Machines, Programmed Texts: Origins of Instructional Technology in Writing Centers.” In Hobson. Print.

1998: Nancy Maloney Grimm, “The Regulatory Role of the Writing Center: Coming to Terms with a Loss of Innocence.” Writing Center Journal 17.1 (1996): 5-30. Print.

1997: Peter Carino, “Open Admissions and the Construction of Writing Center History: A Tale of Three Models.” Writing Center Journal 17.1 (1996): 30-49. Print.

1996: Peter Carino, “Theorizing the Writing Center: An Uneasy Task.” Dialogue: A Journal for Composition Specialists 2.1 (1995): 23-37. Print.

1995: Christina Murphy, “The Writing Center and Social Constructionist Theory.” In Mullin & Wallace. Print.

1994: Michael Pemberton, “Writing Center Ethics.” Special column in Writing Lab Newsletter 17.5, 17.7–10, 18.2, 18.4–7 (1993-94). Print.

1993: Anne DiPardo, “‘Whispers of Coming and Going’: Lessons from Fannie.” Writing Center Journal 12.2 (1992): 125-45. Print.

Meg Woolbright, “The Politics of Tutoring: Feminism Within the Patriarchy.” Writing Center Journal 13.1 (1993): 16-31. Print.

1992: Alice Gillam, “Writing Center Ecology: A Bakhtinian Perspective.” Writing Center Journal 11.2 (1991): 3-13. Print.

Muriel Harris, “Solutions and Trade-offs in Writing Center Administration.” Writing Center Journal 12.1 (1991): 63-80. Print.

1991: Les Runciman, “Defining Ourselves: Do We Really Want to Use the Word ‘Tutor’?” Writing Center Journal 11.1 (1990): 27-35. Print.

1990: Richard Behm, “Ethical Issues in Peer Tutoring: A Defense of Collaborative Learning.” Writing Center Journal 9.2 (1987): 3-15. Print.

1989: Lisa Ede, “Writing as a Social Process: A Theoretical Foundation for Writing Centers.” Writing Center Journal 9.2 (1989): 3-15. Print.

1988: John Trimbur, “Peer Tutoring: A Contradiction in Terms?” Writing Center Journal 7.2 (1987): 21-29. Print.

1987: Edward Lotto, “The Writer’s Subject is Sometimes a Fiction.” Writing Center Journal 5.2 and 6.1 (1985): 15- 21. Print.

1985: Stephen M. North, “The Idea of a Writing Center.” College English 46.5 (1984): 433-46.