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TWO POINTS OF VIEW The faculty with master’s degrees in literature, who had been teaching writing for many years in what was once a literature-privileged department, were understandably nervous. Where would they ﬁt in? Would they now have to alter the teaching methods that they had been employing for many years? Would they be expected to publish in composition and rhetoric? They were in the majority in our department but felt demoted by the changes that had taken place and by the new departmental vision.
The administrators wanted faculty to examine the possibilities and a new committee to “discuss these (and perhaps other) options” (Department of English and Philosophy Minutes, 4 Oct 1996). Although the VPAA and the dean saw the issue in terms of management and budgets, the faculty began discussing the proposal in terms of philosophical differences, professional issues, course assignments, and privileges. Promotion, tenure, and hiring decisions had been complicated in the past. The department housed disparate segments: a graduate and major literature program with a traditional emphasis on Anglo-American historical periods, as well as creative writing, a few upper-level and graduate composition and linguistics courses, ﬁrst-year composition, English as a second language, and a philosophy minor.
Faculty often appear unwilling to pursue issues that may be divisive or provoke debate. Unpleasantness is avoided at all costs” Internal Friction 39 (12). As the number of composition/rhetoric specialists grew in our department and discussions about our new mission evolved, this veneer quickly evaporated, as shock waves of discord rippled through the department. One cause for resentment stemmed from the fact that the creation of the new department was driven by senior administration rather than by faculty.