Learn about Studies in Writing and Rhetoric – From The Very People Who Make It Run – At C’s in Houston

Studies in Writing and Rhetoric (SWR) has long been an important scholarly series in our field. It’s importance, however, has been made possible by the SWR authors and Editorial Board members. If you want to learn more about SWR (and possibly publish with the series) , what better way to understand its goals and commitments then by listening to the very people who make it run. All their talks at this C’s in Houston 2016 are listed below.

I hope you will take time to visit their sessions. If you have any questions about SWR, please feel free to write me.

Steve Parks, Incoming SWR Editor

sjparks@syr.edu/@stephenjparks


Sessions with SWR Authors/Board Members

April 6, 2016

Howard Tinberg, Cindy Selfe. RNF 2016 Research Network Forum at CCCC. 9am-5pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon A/B, Level Two

Donna Strickland, W.01 “Mindful Writing: Taking Action toward a More Balanced Writing Life.” 9am-5pm, Hilton Room 335A, Level Three

Ellen Cushman, W.02 “Leadership in Action: A Workshop for Heads, Directors, WPAs and Future Faculty Leaders.” 9am-5pm, Hilton Room 335B, Level Three

Asao Inoue, MW.04 “Repurposing Assessment: Valuing Student Actions via Course Contracts.” 9am-12:30pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon C, Level Two

Deborah H. Holdstein, MW.06 “Consulting for Writing Programs: Developing Effective Practices.” 9am-12:30pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon B, Level Two

Kyle D. Stedman, MW.14 “Critical Soundplay: An Audio Composing Workshop.” 9:30am-1pm, Hilton Room 336A, Level Three

Steve Parks, AW.04 “Writing Democracy 2016. Documenting Our Place in History: The Political Turn, Part II.” 1:30-5pm, GRB Room 360AD, Level Three

Geneva Smitherman, AW.14 “Language and Lived Experience as Strategies for Writing and Coalition Building within a New Rhetoric of Difference.” 1:30-5pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon D, Level Two

Rhea Estelle Lathan & Jessica Restaino, CWS “Performing Feminist Action: Microworkshops and Mentoring Tables Hosted by the Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition.” 6:30-8:30pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon A, Level Two

 

April 7, 2016

Krista Ratcliffe, A.17 “Beyond Common Ground: Listening Rhetorically as a Framework for Action in a Digital Story Project.” 10:30-11:45am, GRB Room 351A, Level Three

Joe Moxley, A.26 “Taking Action on Intellectual Property with Open Educational Resources.” 10:30-11:45am, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon D, Level Two

Beth Daniell, A.27 “Teaching Writing as Rhetorical Action in Schools and Colleges.” 10:30-11:45am, Hilton Grand Ballroom L, Level Four

Howard Tinberg, B.38 “Response in Action: Negotiating the Intentions of Students, Teachers, and Peer Reviewers.” 12:15-1:30pm. GRB Room 351B, Level Three.

Kelly Ritter, B.05 “Histories of Action: Revisiting Composition’s Past to Understand Composition’s Present.” 12:15-1:40pm, GRB Room 351E, Level Three

Charlotte Hogg, C.01 “Taking Action to Build and Improve Writing Programs.” 1:45-3pm, Hilton Room 327, Level Three

Deborah H. Holdstein & Jacqueline Rhodes, C.26 “The Legacy of Textual Carnivals.” 1:45-3pm, Hilton Grand Ballroom I, Level Four

Krista Ratcliffe, Asao Inoue & Victor Villanueva, D.03 “Antiracist Classroom Practices: Enacting Socially Just Agendas.” 3:15-4:30pm. Hilton Room 335A, Level Three

Jacqueline Rhodes, E.03 “Calling You In: Queer Worldmaking and Rhetorical Action.” 4:45-6pm, Hilton Room 335A, Level Three

Nedra Reynolds, E.30 “ELI Review as Strategic Action.” 4:45-6pm, GRB Room 340B, Level Three

Paula Mathieu, Ellen Cushman & Steve Parks, E.40 “Does It Matter: Assessing Our Role as Agents of Social Change.” 4:45-6pm. Hilton Grand Ballroom L, Level Four

Howard Tinberg, E.36 “Remembering Kent: CCCC Chairs’ Tribute.” 4:45-6pm. Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon C, Level Two

 

April 8, 2016

Krista Ratcliffe, F.01 “Writing Feminism: Negotiating for Action across Public Spheres.” 8-9:15am, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon D, Level Two

Jessica Restaino, F.06 “Beyond the Workshop: Experiments in Big Comp.” 8-9:15am, Hilton Room 335A, Level Three

Kim Donehower & Beth Daniell, F.16 “Everyday Authors and Acts of Writing.” 8-9:15am, Hilton Room 336A, Level Three

Howard Tinberg, G.01 “The Purposes of Required Writing?” 9:30-10:45am, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon A, Level Two

Cindy Selfe, G.06 “Long-term Research Collaborations: Strategy, Identity, Failure, and Moves Toward Future Action.” 9:30-10:45am, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon E, Level Two

Jay Jordan, G.07 “Action Research, Active Reflection: Interrogating the Threshold Concepts of Teaching First-Year Writing.” 9:30-10:45am, Hilton Room 335B, Level Three

Asao Inoue, G.19 “Uncovering the Hidden: Composition Scholarship as Language Activism.” 9:30-10:45am, GRB Room 351C, Level Three

Anna Plemons, G.23 “Decolonizing Retention: Indigenous Methodologies, SRTOL, and Contrastive Rhetoric in Composition Pedagogy and Program Design.” 9:30-10:45am, GRB Room 351A, Level Three

Ellen Cushman, G.33 “Composing Activist Historiographies.” 9:30-10:45am, Hilton Room 343a, Level Three

Deborah H. Holdstein & Kelly Ritter, H.18 “New Thoughts on Writing and First-Language Teaching.” 11am-12:15pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon B, Level Two

Donna Strickland, H.26 “Breathe, Move, and Write: Embodied Thinking Creates Engaged Writers.” 11am-12:15pm, GRB Room 351C, Level Three

Asao Inoue, I.04 “Resocializing Writing Assessment: Articulating Social Justice Perspectives in Writing Assessment Practice.” 12:30-1:45pm, Hilton Grand Ballroom L, Level Four

Paula Mathieu, I.09 “Do the Right Thing: Ethics as Classroom Action.” 12:30-1:45pm, GRB Room 340B, Level Three

Beth Daniell, I.01 “The Company We Keep: Taking Action with Partners in the Study of Religion and Rhetoric.” 12:30-1:45pm, GRB Room 340A, Level Three

Kim Donehower, I.11 “Re-Reading Appalachia: Literacy, Place, and Cultural Resistance.” 12:30-1:45pm, Hilton Room 336A, Level Three

Vershawn Young, Stephanie Kerschbaum & Victor Villanueva, I.27 “Negotiating Interactions around Difference: Identity and Responsibility in Communities, Workplaces, and Classrooms.” 12:30-1:45pm, Hilton Grand Ballroom I, Level Four

Krista Ratcliffe, I.32 “Feminist Action for Women Writing Program Administrators: Movements for Change in the Academy.” 12:30-1:45pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas, Salon B, Level Two

Frankie Condon, K.21 “Reclaiming Rhetorics of Resistance in the 21st Century.” 3:30-4:45pm, GRB Room 351A, Level Three

Jean-Paul Nadeau & Howard Tinberg, K.35 “Enacting Knowledge Transfer at the Community College: Three Case Studies of Writing Transfer across Disciplines and Programs.” 3:30-4:45pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon A, Level Two

Victor Villanueva, Anna Plemons, Lauren Rosenberg, Stephanie Kerschbaum, Deborah H. Holdstein. SWR BOOK SERIES EVENT: K.06 “Publishing in CCCC’s Studies in Writing and Rhetoric.” 3:30pm-4:45pm, Hilton Room 335C, Level Three

Donna Strickland, FSIG.14 Contemplative Writing Pedagogies Special Interest Group (SIG), 6:30-7:30pm, Hilton Room 337A, Level Three

Rhonda Grego, FSIG.21 Studio PLUS Special Interest Group (SIG), 6:30-7:30pm, Hilton Room 336B, Level Three

Stephanie Kerschbaum, MTG Committee on Disability Issues, 6:30-8:30pm, Hilton Room 326, Level Three

 April 9, 2016

Paul Lynch, L.06 “Redefining and Reimagining the Religious within and beyond the Writing Classroom.” 9:30am-10:45pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon C, Level Two

Rhea Estelle Lathan, L.28 “Growing #digital Communities: The Tools, the Prison, and the Writing Classroom.” 9:30-10:45am, GRB Room 351D, Level Three

Jay Jordan, MTG Committee on Second Language writing. 9:30am-12pm, Hilton Room 331, Level Three

Jay Jordan, M.06 “ReWorking Boundaries of Language and Discipline: Translingual Theory, Second Language Writing, Comparative Rhetorics, and Transnational Research.” 11am-12:15pm, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon B, Level Two

Jonathan Alexander, L.23 “Political literacy in Composition: Critical Pedagogy, Multiple Voices, or Activism?” 9:30-10:45am, GRB Room 361A, Level Three

Krista Ratcliffe, L.24 “Interrogating Digitized Whiteness: Renderings of Whiteness in Mediated Writing Spaces.” 9:30-10:45am, Hilton Ballroom of the Americas Salon D, Level Two

Lauren Rosenberg, M.01 “Fostering ‘Rhetorical Researchers’ and Developing Information Literacy through FYC Instructor/Library Collaboration.” 11am-12:15pm, Hilton Room 332, Level Three

 

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