Conference on College Composition and Communication
Jacob Craig "A Method for Doing Content-Rich Composition in the Twenty-First Century: A Preliminary Study"
Jason Custer "Play and Praxis: Engaging 21st-Century Liteacies with Videogame-Infused Composition Pedagogy"
Kristie Fleckenstein "Cheating the Senses: Stereoscopic Mania and Nineteenth-Century Visual Literacy"
Tarez Samra Graban CCCC Workshop: "The Private and Public Work of Archival Research: Considering Physical and Digital Archival Spaces"
Tarez Samra Graban "'Creating a Desire for Knowledge…': Cecilia Hendricks and the Use of Student Voices in Forming College English at Indiana University, 1931-1953"
Leigh Graziano "The Ghost in the Machine: The Public and Private in Vernacular Memorials"
Christine Maddox "Relationship Building, Effective Questioning and Goal Setting: Retntion Strategies in the FYC Class"
Travis Maynard "And On the Eighth Day, God Created Rhetoricians: A Case Study of the Creation Museum"
Josh Mehler "19th-Century Small Printing Presses: Technology, Vernacular, Publics, and Composition Pedagogy"
Kendra Mitchell "Writing Centers, Ethnicity, and Performative Silences: An Ethnography of Selective Aphasia"
Elizabeth Powers "Constructing Genesis: Exploring the Visual Rhetoric of the Creation Museum"
Kathleen Blake Yancey, Katherine Bridgman, and Stephen McElroy CCCC Workshop: "Archiving Everyday Writing"
Kathleen Blake Yancey "'It Was Revolutionary': Four Scenes of Everyday Writers, the Technologies Supporting Them, and the Circulations Effecting Change"
RNF Presenters: Martha McKay Canter, Molly Daniel, Aimee Jones, Jennifer O'Malley
Conference on College Composition and Communication
Logan Bearden "Historicizing Multimodal Meaning Making"
Katherine Bridgman "Passing Through the Textual Gateways of an Imagined Geography: Basic Writing"
Deborah Coxwell-Teague "An Examination of Composition Theory and Practice Circa 2012: Composition as a Gateway to What?"
Marion Crotty "Beyond Bennetton: The Ubiquitous But Unsophisticated Representation of Diversity in FYC Textbooks"
Molly Daniel "Transitioning Voice: Situating the 'I' in Academics"
Matt Davis "Cutting/Moving/Singing/Drawing Through the Hype: Writing Actions and Activities in Multimodal Composing" (workshop)
Kristie Fleckenstein "Can You Picture That? Visual Imagery at the Interface"
Rhea Lathan "Legacies, Gateways, and the Future of Literacy Studies" (Respondent)
Jennifer O'Malley "Mapping the Extracurriculum: Virtual Spaces as the New 'Kitchen Table' of Composition"
Ruth Outland "Walking the Walk While Talking the Talk: Teaching Composition As Rhetoric"
Elizabeth Powers "Early 20th Century Postcards of U.S. National Parks: Commercial & Vernacular Gateways to a Changed Environmental Imagination"
Jennifer Wells "Formula to Function: WAW and Knowledge Transfer from High School to College"
Kathleen Blake Yancey "Objects, the Vernacular, and Composing’s Invention"
Jason Custer, Christine Maddox, Rebecca Skinner
Computers and Writing
Matt Davis, Leigh Graziano, Stephen McElroy "The Available Means of Composing: Four Sites of Inquiry"
Catherine DeLazzero "Using Postprocess Pedagogy to Support E-Portfolio Assessment"
Christine Maddox "Believers and Followers: An Examination of the Digital and Virtual Identities of Starhawk"
Josh Mehler "More than Information: Re-Thinking Networked Writing in a Digital Writing Classroom"
Kendra Mitchell "Under Construction: HBCUSonline.com and the Future Implications of the Historically Black Institution"
Michael Neal "Same Game, New Rules: Conflating Fair Use and File Sharing"
Natalie Szymanski, Rory Lee "To Wix or Not to Wix: Exploring the Interface and the Affordances of Wix.com's Website Creator"
Bret Zawilski "Remediating Identities: Digital Literacies and the (Re)invention of Multiliterate Voices"
Rhetoric Society of America
Logan Bearden, Leigh Graziano, Josh Mehler "Spatial Epideictic: Material Rhetorics and Continuums of (Mis) Idenfication"
Katie Bridgman "(Re)Framing the Interests of English Speakers: 'We are all Khaled Said.'"
Kristie Fleckenstein "'To Guide Their Own Craft': Metaphors of Spatial Agency in Stanton's 'The Solitude of Self'" Feminisms and Rhetorics
Katherine Bridgman "Trinh Minh-ha's 'Interval' in the Protest Rhetoric(s) of Two Egyptian Women"
Molly Daniel "Validating the Vernacular: Appalachian Identity in the Composition Classroom"
Kristie Fleckenstein "Colloboration, Competition, and Close-Ups: The Intersecting Spheres of Frances Benjamin Johnston's Olympia Photographs"
Rebecca Skinner "Journalists Pry Lid off Parlor: Print as a Medium of Delivery"
National Council of Teachers of English
Matt Davis "Multimodality, Student Work, and Undergraduate Writing Majors in a Digital World"
Kristie Fleckenstein "Visualizing Literature: From Engagement to Interpretation through Images"
Kendra Mitchell "The Historical Influences and Future Directions of the Black Caucus"
Kathleen Blake Yancey "Then and Now: The Role of Teacher Response to Students and Their Writing"
Martha Canter "Soldiering Mothering: A Rhetorical Response to Post-9/11 Combat"
Deborah Coxwell-Teague "Is There a Place for Literature in a First-Year Composition Course?"
Jennifer O'Malley "The Difference Key Terms Can Make: The Role of Genre, Context, Digitality, and Reflection in Advanced Writing"