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An imagined geography big enough to hold composition’s ambitions was that of the city. ” A city metaphor seems richer and more exciting; the bustle of a city implies that work is getting done. Seeing composition as a city also invokes the places where rhetoric flourishes—the agora, marketplace, theater, or coffeehouse. The city, therefore, offers at least two ideologies or dominant sets of images and metaphors: (1) city as an embodiment of postmodernism; (2) city as a reflection of democratic ideals.
As the following sections illustrate, at least for the discipline of composition studies, spatial metaphors can begin to dominate to the exclusion of materiality, and the realities of space get ignored or taken for granted. Space, at least as it is represented metaphorically, hides consequences from us, which the following section argues through the example of composition studies and its powerful spatial metaphors: the frontier, city, and cyberspace, as well as borderlands and travel. The first three, I argue, have served to establish composition’s disciplinary status; the other two work to shape notions of discourse and difference within composition and literacy studies.
The blankness of the plain implies—without ever stating—that this is a field where a certain kind of mastery is possible” (Tompkins 74–75). The frontier metaphor appears again and again in the literature of composition studies, often as a way of establishing or confirming composition’s disciplinary status. ” reinscribes Shaughnessy’s frontier imagery. Lauer traces “the field’s pioneer efforts” as it “staked out [the] territory [of writing] for investigation” (21). She characterizes composition’s early theorists in “their willingness to take risks, to go beyond the boundaries of their traditional training into foreign domains” (21).