Film Production

Photo of Michael Mitchell

Top Billing Goes to:

Michael Mitchel!!! And the AMPT Team at UNC Charlotte. To say that I am indebted to the AMPT team would be an understatement. Without them, and especially Mike, this work would not have been possible. My vision for this work was never questioned, no matter what I threw Mike's way. Mike went above and beyond in executing this work and exceeded all expectations. He understood my ideas more than I did at times. This is, in many ways, just as much Mike's work as it is mine. Thank you, Mike, for your willingness to take a chance on crazy ideas and for all of your work, both known and unknown.

Musical Accompaniment

Thank you to the following bands for your generosity in providing gratis use of instrumental elements for your work. And, readers, you should check them out!

Album cover for Ages and Ages' Me You They We: black and white drawing of a person wearing a skeleton costume sitting in a chair Album cover for Cowboy Junkies' Best Of: black and white drawing of four men and one woman with a tree, snake, and candles in the background Album cover for the Wild Reeds' Cheers: black and white photo of plastic ribbons with the word CHEERS on top


Adler-Kassner, Linda, & Wardle, Elizabeth (Eds.). (2015). Naming what we know: Threshold concepts of writing studies. University Press of Colorado; Utah State University Press.

Ages and Ages. (2019). Needle and thread [Song]. On Me you they we [Album]. Needle and Thread Records.

Agha, Asif. (2007). Recombinant selves in mass mediated spacetime. Language & Communication, 27(3), 320–335.

Austin, Sara. (2019). Review of Assembling composition, edited by Kathleen Blake Yancey & Stephen J. McElroy. Composition Studies, 47(1), 198–201.

Brooks, Mel (Director & Producer). (1987). Spaceballs [Film]. Brooksfilms.

Cook, Julie Amick, & Walden, A.C. (Eds). (2017). RE:Composing: A Journal by Writers for Writers, 1. Fountainhead Press.

Conference on College Composition and Communication. (2014). Writing assessment: A position statement.

Council of Writing Program Administrators. (2014). WPA outcomes statement for first-year composition.

Cowboy Junkies. (1990). Rock and bird [Song]. On The caution horses [Album]. RCA Records.

Crews, Chris. (2015, December). [Photograph of Belk Tower].

Ihebuzor, Chimena. (2018). Construction at Belk Tower [Photograph].

Lorimer Leonard, Rebecca. (2014). Multilingual writing as rhetorical attunement. College English, 76(3), 227–247.

McAdams. (2018a). Renovations for Belk Plaza [Illustration].

McAdams. (2018b). Renovations for Belk Plaza will include an elevated lawn, a performance stage, a fountain and event plaza [Illustration].

McGuire, Philip C. (1985). Speechless dialect: Shakespeare's open silences. University of California Press.

Mueller, Derek N. (2017). Network sense: Methods for visualizing a discipline. The WAC Clearinghouse; University Press of Colorado.

Nespor, Jan. (2004). Educational scale-making. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 12(3). 309–326.

Quality Matters. (2018). Press release templates for sharing QM achievements.

Robson, Ben. (2018). Chain link fences still surround the remains of the Belk Tower [Photograph].

Scott, Tony. (2018, October 25–27). Precarity and the making of knowledge in composition [Conference session]. 2018 Watson Conference: Making Future Matters, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, United States.

Scott, Tony, Mihut, Ligia, & Cook, Julie Amick. (2019, March 14). Attunement, performance, and valuation across the scales of composition [Conference panel]. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Pittsburgh, PA, United States.

Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. (2015). The mushroom at the end of the world: On the possibility of life in capitalist ruins. Princeton University Press.

University Press of Colorado. (2015). Naming what we know.

The Wild Reeds. (2018). Lose my mind [Song]. On Cheers [Album]. Dualtone Music Group, Inc.