Loose Lips: The Politics of Graduate WPA Work
           Anthony T. Fulton, Prince George’s Community College

As opportunities in writing program administration (WPA) increase for recent graduates and 
untenured faculty, new methods of leadership preparation are necessary at the graduate level. 
Scholarship in this area argues that administrative internships and apprenticeships in administration 
may not prepare graduates for the political realities of WPA work. This analysis counters that 
critical reflection on the various identities that Graduate Student Administrators (GSA) often assume 
can create theoretical models for negotiating institutional politics. 

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