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CCR/WP to Have Strong Presence at CCCC 2012

 

The Writing Program is pleased to announce that 23 WP teachers will represent SU at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in St. Louis in March. The theme of the 2012 conference is "Writing Gateways."

Participants (alphabetically):

Lois Agnew (Assocaiate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
"The Many Faces of the Writing Major and the Case for Rhetorical History"
"Standing at the Gate: Ethics, Spirituality, and Administration" (chair)

Patrick W. Berry (Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
“Raising the Bar: Publishing from the Prison Industrial Complex”

Kevin Browne (Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
"Theorizing While Black: Composition, Rhetoric, and the Myth of Representation"

Tim Dougherty (CCR Doctoral Student)
"A Settler White Male Tries to Answer the Call for Radical Rhetorical Alliance"

Laura Davies (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Long-term Effects of Professional Development on Part-Time Writing Instructors"

R. Candace Epps-Robertson (CCR Doctoral Student)
"When Will They Take This School Down Too?: Teaching Literacy for Liberation in the Prince Edward County Free School, 1963-1964"

Nicole Gonzales-Howell (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Authority in the Composition Classroom: Negotiating Social Location and Social Justice Pedagogies"

Anna Hensley (CCR Doctoral Student)
“'Only Visible in Certain Lights': Desiring Queerness in the Writing Classroom"

Allison Hitt (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Public Narrative and Writing Centers: Stories of Self, of Us, of Now" (IWCA Collaborative@CCCC 2012)

Rebecca Moore Howard (Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
"Pedagogical Causes and Rhetorical Consequences of Students' Source Choices"

Benjamin Kuebrich (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Police Cameras On Every Corner and Pencil-Whipped Residents Who Write Back"

Justin Lewis (CCR Doctoral Student)

Carol Lipson (Emerita Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
"Cultural Rhetoric and the Case of Akhenaten"

Jason Luther (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Public Narrative and Writing Centers: Stories of Self, of Us, of Now" (IWCA Collaborative@CCCC 2012)

Kate Navickas (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Moderation & Rhetorical Restraint: Checking Middle-Class Values for Academic Writing"
"Public Narrative and Writing Centers: Stories of Self, of Us, of Now" (IWCA Collaborative@CCCC 2012)

Iswari Pandey (Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
"Re/Writing Transnational Literacy Gateways."

Steve Parks (Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
"Transitioning to Actual Struggle: Beyond Rhetorical Agency"
"Resisting Democracy: Grassroots Activism Meets University/ Community Partnerships"
"Creative Gateways: How Poetry Teaches Composition" (respondent)

LaToya Sawyer (CCR Doctoral Student)
"#WhereThemGirlsAt?: Exploring Online Hip-hop Female Literacies and Discourse Practices"

Eileen Schell (Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric; Director)
"Critical Food Literacy: New Territories of Inquiry in Rhetoric and Composition" (chair)
"A Million Student-Veterans and Counting: How Veterans Are Transforming College Writing Instruction" (respondent)

Rachael Shapiro (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Writing Programs, Writing Subjects: Teaching Digital Literacies in the Global Era"

Reva Sias (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Rhetoric of Beauty and Shame..."

Kurt Stavenhagen (Professional Writing Instructor, CCR Doctoral Student)
"Relations or Human Sovereignty: Animals as Fellow Creatures or Fodder for the Conveyor Belt"

Denise Valdez (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Leaving the Gate Ajar: Latina Discourse, identity, and the Composition Classroom"

Missy Watson (CCR Doctoral Student)
"Genre-Based Pedagogies and Writing Center Models: A Pilot Writing Course For Multilingual Graduate Students"