20 to Present at CCCC 2019

March 8, 2019
  

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Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition is pleased to announce that 20 of our teachers will represent SU at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) in Pittsburgh, March 13-16. The theme of the 2019 conference is "Performance-Rhetoric, Performance-Composition."

 

Lois Agnew

“Rhetoric’s Histories, Theories, Pedagogies”: Rhetoric and CCCC (Special Interest Group Chair)

Spotlight Session: After Plato: Performing Ethical Theories and Practices

Madhura Bandyopadhyay

 “Circulating Identities: The STEM Capstone Project Showcase and Academic Globalization”

Patrick W. Berry

Performing Prison: Intentional Teaching, Research, and Writing Inside & Out

Ana Cortés Lagos 

  “Inventing PLEA: A Social History of a College-Writing Initiative at a Chilean University”

Telsha Curry
Spotlight Session: Black Swag on na Real, Nigga Dis Ain No Ack!: Interrogating Embodied Linguistic Knowledges and Swagger Jackin

Lauren Esposito

“‘Being Funny Isn’t the Goal’: What Improv Comedy Teaches Students about Learning to Write”

Genevieve García de Müeller  

Performing the Rhetorics of Family-Friendly Policies: Rhetorics versus Realities in Writing Programs

W[h]AC[k]-ing Academic, Institutional, and Literacy Hegemony (respondent)

André Habet

Remaking Spaces through Critical Performances

Alex Hanson

"Acknowledging who is Excluded: The Limitations of Family Friendly Policies for Graduate Student Parents."

C.C. Hendricks

“Mobilizing Affect: The Rhetoric and Circulation of Popular Political Satire”

 “Beginning a Conversation with SWR”

Rebecca Moore Howard

Style and the Future of Composition Studies

Stephanie Jones

Spotlight Session: Black Swag on na Real, Nigga Dis Ain No Ack!: Interrogating Embodied Linguistic Knowledges and Swagger Jackin

Autumn Laws

Methods, Theories, Stories for Performing Emotional Labor Rhetorically

Aja Martinez
Performing the Rhetorics of Family-Friendly Policies: Rhetorics versus Realities in Writing Programs (respondent)

Career Quest: Navigating a Future in Composition, Rhetoric, and Writing Studies

Brice Nordquist

 “Historicizing Concurrent Enrollment in a Segregated City”

Stephanie Parker

Performing Pedagogical Ancestors: bell hooks, Gertrude Stein, and Mother Jones

Eileen E. Schell

Plant Something: Performance-Rhetoric, Community Writing, and Food Activism

Performing the Rhetorics of Family-Friendly Policies: Rhetorics versus Realities in Writing Programs

Tony Scott

Attunement, Performance, and Valuation across the Scales of Composition

Kurt Stavenhagen

Peaceable Places, Performative Spaces: Toward a New Vision of the Ecocomposition Classroom

Joshua Wood

Remixing Performance in Games
Role-Playing Social Justice: A Game That Is a Panel