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CCR/WP to Have Strong Presence at CCCC 2013

The Writing Program is pleased to announce that 22 WP teachers will represent SU at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in Las Vegas in March. The theme of the 2013 conference is "The Public Work of Composition."

 

Participants (alphabetically):

Lois Agnew (Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
The Useful Constraints of the Undergraduate Writing and Rhetoric Major
Lois Agnew Syracuse University Rhetoric’s Histories: Traditions, Theories, Pedagogies, and Practices (co-chair)
Student Histories Matter: Archival Research in the Composition Classroom (chair)

Brian Bailie (CCR Doctoral Student)
The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st Century (speaker)

Patrick W. Berry (Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
Prison Stories and Ethics in Conducting Research
This I Believe: Literacy, Reflexivity, and Teacher Identity

Kevin Browne (Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
Harlem's West Indian Outsiders: Vernacular Rhetoric and the Politics of Integration

Seth Davis (CCR Doctoral Student)
Research Network Forum: The Public Work of Composition

Tim Dougherty (CCR Doctoral Student)
Julius Lester's 'The Other Side of the Tracks':Public Profeminist and Radical Racial Alliance Rhetoric in a 1968 Black Power Newspaper
The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st Century (speaker)

TJ Geiger (CCR Doctoral Student)
The Life-Course of Writing Majors: Learning Beyond a Single Course

Anna Hensley (CCR Doctoral Student)
Indexing Massive Bodies in the "Obesity Crisis": Tracing the Circulation of Public Health Information

Allison Hitt (CCR Doctoral Student)
Who Gets Accommodated? Writing Center as Retrofit to the Composition Classroom

Rebecca Moore Howard (Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
Why This Humanist Codes: A Genealogy of the Citation Project

Santosh Khadka (CCR Doctoral Student)
Multiliterate Composition Framework for the Public Work of Composition

Benjamin Kuebrich (CCR Doctoral Student)
Organizer First, Teacher Second, Grad Student Third: Shifting Priorities and Still Getting Done
The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st Century (speaker)

Jason Luther (CCR Doctoral Student)
From Cylinder to Soundcloud: Remixing Audio Archives for Public Radio
Qualitative Research Network Forum

Kate Navickas (CCR Doctoral Student)
Feminist Writing Assignments: Locating Student Histories in the Archive

Carolyn Ostrander (CCR Doctoral Student)
Legitimizing Basic Writers: A Public Conversation (chair)

Iswari Pandey (Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
“Remediation” and English Writing Across the Borders

Steve Parks (Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
Class Politics: Personal Testimony, Public Duty, and the Arab Spring
Creating an Activist Graduate Program
Writing and Working for Change: Agenda for a New Generation (respondent)
The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st (chair)

Jessica Pauszek (CCR Doctoral Student)
Creating Spaces and Redefining Graduate Education through Community Engagement

Eileen Schell (Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
Community Engagement as Catalyst for Interdisciplinarity
The Public Work of Contingent Labor (A Roundtable)
Publicizing Narratives of the Profession: Women's Lives in the Profession and Digital Archives of Literacy Narratives (chair)
The War Comes Home: The Rise of Veterans Studies in Rhetoric and Composition (respondent)
The Public Work of Memoir: Using the Personal to Struggle for Collective Justice (respondent)

Tony Scott (Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric)
Workshop: Crossing BW/ESL/FYW Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and ProgramsConcurrent Session: A Land without A People: How Composition’s Naturalistic Metaphors Leave the Body Behind
Complexities of Curricula in the “Global” Era: Contesting Remediation across Contexts (chair)

Rachael Shapiro (CCR Doctoral Student)
The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st Century (speaker)
Balancing Contextual Obligations: Designing Basic Writing Curricula in the Global Era (speaker)

Missy Watson (CCR Doctoral Student)
Internationalizing Ideologies: Competing Expectations for ELL Graduate Rhetorical Education (speaker)