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2012TOC

First published in Kairos 17.2

Jazz, Blues, Art, Barbeque, Passages, and Transitions: An Introduction to the CCCC 2012

Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition

Tweeting the Conference: The #4c12 Connections

TSIG.6 Community Literacy, Service Learning, and Public Rhetoric SIG

Post-Conference Dinner: A Happening

Sessions

SE.1 A Gateway to Professionalization: An Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session

A.15 Composing Cultures and Copyright

A.15 Composing Cultures and Copyright

A.20 Finding Productive Writing Pedagogies in WAC and Writing Programs

A.20 Finding Productive Writing Pedagogies in WAC and Writing Programs

A.21 Gateways to Audiences in Evolving/Complex Workplace Contexts

A.34 The Next Step: Outcomes for Majors in Writing and Rhetoric

A.35 Opening Gateways across the Curriculum: Writing about Writing and Transfer in High School and College Courses

B.2 Enlisting the Spoken Voice in Teaching Composition and Teaching Literature

B.4 Medical Gateways: Ethnographic Studies of Communication Studies in Emerging Contexts

B.4 Medical Gateways: Ethnographic Studies of Communication Studies in Emerging Contexts

B.19 With the Spirit of James A. Berlin: A Conversation on Historiographies

B.21 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Publishing But Were Afraid to Ask: A Roundtable With NCTE Journal Editors

Featured Session C: Should Basic Writing Be Placed on the Endangered Species List?"

C.9 Patient Genres as Rhetorical Sites of Agency, Resistance, and Expertise

C.9 Patient Genres as Rhetorical Sites of Agency, Resistance, and Expertise

C.22 International Teaching of Written English: Brazil, Turkey, and Afghanistan

C.29 Methodological Disconnects: Tensions in Teaching, Learning, and Doing Qualitative Research in Writing and Rhetoric

C.34 Online Identity Construction in Video Games and Blogs

Session D Computer Connection

D.7 Reflecting through Writing Assessments and Validation Research

D.13 Composing Place and Self: Travel as Metaphor and Motive for Writing

D.34 Genres in Transition

E.28 Medical Rhetorics and Health Literacies

E.29 Old+Old+Old = New: Interrogating New Gateways Between Traditional Indigenous Knowledges and Contemporary Composing Practices

F.30 First Books and Second Books: SWR Authors Talk about Developing Book-Length Projects

G.14 Show Me Your Work: A Cross-Disciplinary Assessment of Undergraduate Mathematical Research Writing

H.4 Professional Writing in Transition: Into the World of Work and Back Again

H.13 Latour and Rhetoric: Kairos, Contingency, Techne

H.15 Digital Intertextuality and Cultural Production: Using Critical Theories to Produce and Question Film and Video in the Composition Classroom

I.25 Remapping Portals to the Digital Parlor

J.11 The Rhetorics of Writing Center Websites and Tutors

J.24 The WPA’s First Year: How to Listen and Act Simultaneously

J.32 Lessons from the Inside: Rethinking Pedagogical Concepts through the Lens of the Prison Writing Classroom

K.20 Ecological Approaches to Composition

L.2 Our Actions Are “Our” Own: Rhetorical Agency as Emergent, Enacted, and Embodied

L.14 Writing Beyond Publics

L.28 Droopy, Performative, Mediated, Sequestered: Embodied Gateways toward Interventionist Rhetorics

M.25 Inclusion and Boundaries: Relational Approaches to Teaching

CCCC Reviews Editors:

  • Chris Dean
  • Alexis Hart
  • Hannah Dickinson
  • Will Hochman
  • Fred Siegel
  • Stephanie Vie
  • Randall McClure
  • Andrea Beaudin
  • Michelle LaFrance
  • Steven Corbett
  • Kathy Patterson
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