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Writing Studies at #4C17

March 9, 2017

Congratulations to all the Writing Studies students, faculty, and instructors presenting at the Conference on College Composition and Communication convention next week, March 15-18, 2017, in Portland, Oregon. The theme of the convention is "Cultivating Capacity, Creating Change."                 

Christina Haas, “The Feeling of Writing: Toward a Sensorium of Writing”                                   

Ann Hill Duin, “Investigating Wearables for Composition Pedagogy”                    

Sarah Puett, “Literacy of Counterpublics: Ethnographic Studies of Local Resistance”

Nathan Bollig, “Cultivating Composition Skills Across Curriculums: Recognizing and Retaining Rhetorical Knowledge in a Writing-Intensive Engineering Course”

McKinley Green, “Re-approaching Reciprocity: An Epistemological Model for Reciprocity in Civic Engagement Partnerships”

Ryan Eichberger Juliette Lapeyrouse-Cherry, "Cultivating Ecocomposition: Enacting, Sustaining, and Innovating Composition Practices in the Anthropocene"    

Joseph Moses & Jason Tham, "Agile Writing: Cultivating a Project Approach to Teaching and Learning"         

Chris Lindgren will present to the Special Interest Group for Writing and Rhetorics of Code (SIG-WROC)

John Logie, "Type Matters: On the Rhetoricity of Letterforms"

Alexander Champoux, "Paradigm Lag, Theory and Practice: WPA Theoretical Implementation in First Year Writing Programs"


Congrats also to all our RSTC alumni presenting or participating in the conference:        

  • Joseph Bartolotta, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque                         
  • Edward Hahn, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire     
  • Amy Koerber, Texas Tech University
  • Brian Larson, Georgia Institute of Technology                    
  • Shuwen Li, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor                         
  • Michael Madson, Medical University of South Carolina
  • Jessica Reyman, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb                         
  • Timothy Oleksiak, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA
  • Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette        
  • Jessica Reyman, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb                 
  • Kirk St. Amant, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston
  • Gregory Schneider-Bateman, University of Wisconsin-Stout
  • Matthew Williams, Inver Hills Community College