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    • Christina Branson, Robert Ian Jones, Jon Parrish Peede, and Summer Boyd Vertrees

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    Note: this list is not offered to suggest that this is an exhaustive or even partially complete survey of the current opinion about the state of generative AI in the classroom; rather, this list captures the first salvo of texts the creators read and discussed while working on this project.

    We welcome any and all additions.

    “AI in Education: A Panel Discussion,” University of Kent, Digitally Enhanced Education Webinars, 20 Oct. 2023,

    Baron, Naomi S. Who Wrote This?: How AI and the Lure of Efficiency Threaten Human Writing. Stanford University Press, 2023.

    Bearman, Margaret, et al. “Discourses of Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: A Critical Literature Review.” Higher Education, vol. 86, 2023, pp. 369-385,

    Bearman, Margaret, and Rola Ajjawi. “Learning to Work with the Black Box: Pedagogy for a World with Artificial Intelligence.” British Journal of Educational Technology, 22 May 2023, pp. 1160-1173,

    Bin, Yi, and Mandalet Durbadal. “English Teaching Practice Based on Artificial Intelligence Technology.” Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems, vol. 37, no. 3, Sept. 2019, pp. 3381-91,

    Cave, Stephen, and Kanta Dihal. “The Whiteness of AI.” Philosophy & Technology, vol. 33, 6 August 2020, pp. 685-703,

    D’Agostino, Susan. “How AI Tools Both Help and Hinder Equity.” Inside Higher Education, 5 June 2023,

    Graham, S. Scott. “AI-Generated Essays Are Nothing to Worry About.” Inside Higher Education, 23 October 2022,

    Kastrenakes, Jacob, and James Vincent. “Hope, Fear, and AI.” The Verge, 26 June 2023,

    Lau, Jey Han, et al. ““Deep-speare” Crafted Shakespearean Verse that Few Readers Could Distinguish from the Real Thing,” IEEE Spectrum, vol. 57, no. 5, 20 May 2020, pp. 40-53,

    Lederman, Doug, and Susan D’Agostino. “Academics Fall for and Fret about Technology.” Inside Higher Education, 5 May 2023,

    Marche, Stephen. “The College Essay Is Dead.” The Atlantic, 6 Dec. 2022,

    MLA-CCCC Joint Task Force. “MLA-CCCC Joint Task Force on Writing and AI

    Working Paper: Overview of the Issues, Statement of Principles, and Recommendations.” Modern Languages Association and Conference on College Composition & Communication, 2023,

    Mills, Anna R. “ChatGPT Just Got Better. What Does That Mean for Our Writing Assignments?” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 23 Mar. 2023,

    Moss, Tyler. “Writing Through the Lens of Social Justice.” Writer’s Digest, 23 June. 2022.

    Peede, Jon Parrish. “Citizen Readers: An interview with Louise Dubé and Maryanne Wolf about Civics and the Reading Brain.” Humanities, vol. 41, no. 3, Summer 2020,

    Rim, Christopher. “The College Essay Is Still Very Much Alive.” Forbes, 8 Dec. 2022,

    Roose, Kevin. “We Need to Talk about How Good A.I. Is Getting.” The New York Times, 24 Aug. 2022,

    Schatten, Jeff. “Will Artificial Intelligence Kill College Writing?” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 14 September 2022,

    Wolf, Maryanne. Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World. Harper, 2018.

    Zeitchik. Steven. “We Asked a Computer Program to Imitate Gay Talese’s Writing. Then We Asked Talese What He Thought.” The Washington Post, 26 Nov. 2021, https://