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First published in Kairos 18.1

American Dreaming and the Public Work of Composition: An Introduction to the 2013 Kairos Review of the College Composition and Communication Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada

Lords of the 4C’s Cloud: After Wendy Bishop’s Conference Poem

#4C13: Tweeting the C’s

From Sin City to Sin City: An Ex-pat Returns to the Megaconference of Composition

Meditations on Place, Meditations on Las Vegas

Overlooking and Underwriting Environmental Concerns as Our Public Work

MY Cs: Las Vegas, Sessions B.5, C.12, F.29, Henry Giroux, and Our Work in Composition

TSIG.5 Disability Studies SIG


W.2 The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st Century

W.6 CBW 2013: Basic Writing and Race: A Symposium

W.6 CBW 2013: Toward a Political Economy of Basic Writing Programs by Victor Villanueva

AW.2 “Evocative Objects”: Re-imagining the Possibilities of Multimodal Composition


A.6 "Your Previous Errors Do Trip You": How Error, Non-Identity, and Memory in Digital Texts Destabilize Writing

A.8 Threshold Concepts and Topoi: Reading the 2013 CCCC Conference as “Overproduction of Mass Desire ”—both Material and Academic

A.17 There’s Nothing Basic about Basic Writing

A.19 Re-centering Composition: New Perspectives on Literacy Instruction for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Publics

A.21 Mobilizing Insider Knowledge: Examining How Disciplinary Participants Provide Affordances for Student Writing

A.25 Getting a Job in a Two-Year College

B.5 Everyday Writing: Instances, Circulations, Implications

B.8 Students as Public Writers in the Global Internet Age

B.23 Next Steps? Responses to Royster’s and Kirsch’s Feminist Rhetorical Practices: New Horizons for Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy Studies

B.27 Expertise and Meaningful Assessment: (Re)Modeling the Public Trust in Teachers

C.4 Rhetorical Movement through Public Pathways

C.9 Composition in/for Virtual “Public” Spaces: Digital(ly Mediated) Divides

C.14 Responding to the Public Crisis in Student Writing: Results from the Study of Seniors' Meaningful Writing Experiences

C.18 Peer Review and Conferences as Teaching Strategies for ESL Writers

C.23 The Contingent Academic Workforce: Myths, Facts, Prospects

C.24 Private Trauma, Public Compositions: The Effects of Trauma Narratives on Classroom and Community

C.27 When Apprentice Writers Can’t Read What We Write: Rethinking WAW Courses from Student Perspectives

C.33 Interrogating Rhetorics of Gendered Spaces: Flappers, Firefighters, and Submariners

Featured Session D: The Go-To Place for Basic Writing--Two Year Colleges

D.3 Embodiment, Disability, and the Idea of Normativity

D.4 Challenges for Writers from China and India

D.4 Challenges for Writers from China and India

D.10 Being There: The Rhetoricity of Queer Spaces, Identities, and Bodies

D.21 Race and Writing Assessment: Cross-Disciplinary Frameworks for Impact Analysis

E.13 Competing and Converging Rhetorics: A Writing Tutorial for Taking a Student Support Services and Basic Writing Collaboration Public

Featured Session F: What Creativity Looks Like: Writing with Word and Image for the Post-Paper World

F.4 “Home Language”: De-Privatizing African American Oral Based Discourse

F.10 Anti-Immigrant Discourse in the Media: Rhetorical Political Action for Gender Equality

F.16 Developing Methods for Self-Sponsored Writing Center Assessment

F.20 When the Time is Right: Women, Rhetoric, Publics, and Policies

F.29 The Tyranny of Argument: Rethinking the Work of Composition

G.11 A Land without A People: How Composition’s Naturalistic Metaphors Leave the Body Behind

G.14 Ethos and the Public and Private Work of Teaching Composition in the 21st Century

G.19 Literacy Instruction Meets Intercollegiate Athletics

G.34 Toward a Sustainable Curriculum: Teaching FYC at the Community College Level with a Focus on Food Politics, Consumption, and the Environment to Promote Critical Literacy

H.15 Making the Grade: Exploring and Explaining “Failure” in the Composition Classroom and Beyond

H.18 Politics, Basic Writing, and the CSU System

H.23 Ethically Engaging Difference: Rhetorical Empathy, Insider-Outsider Rhetoric, and Representations of Disability

H.35 “Paying Attention” to Web 2.0: Social Media and the Public Work of Composition

I.12 Shifting Imbedded Perceptions: Non-Western Feminists Writing and Speaking in the Public Sphere

I.12 Shifting Imbedded Perceptions: Non-Western Feminists Writing and Speaking in the Public Sphere

I.20 When the Private Goes Public: Addressing Legal and Medical Rhetoric in Professional and Technical Writing

J.1 Civic Literacy and Critical Analysis of Source-Based Arguments in the Writing Curriculum

J.21 Start Playing Around: Videogames and Pedagogy in a New Key

J.28 Approaches to Teaching and Conducting Research: The Possibilities for Student Research

K.15 The Digital Rhetorician as an Agent of Social Change

K.29 Oral Histories as Public Work: A Community Publishing Experiment in Rural Pennsylvania

L.27 Pulled from My Roots: The Public Work of Youth Performance in the Borderlands

L.30 Becoming “Literate” About Communities: Lessons Learned in the Field

M.8 Inside Out: Teaching Embodied Research, Writing, and Revision

Featured Session N: The Public Work of Contingent Labor

N.25 The Impact of Social Class on Basic Writing Pedagogy

CCCC Reviews Editors:

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