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Call for Proposals: Graduate Symposium on Communication

Graduate Symposium on Communication

James Madison University

Harrisonburg, VA


“Communication in the 21st Century: Obstacles and Opportunities”

Friday, April 16, 2010

 

The School of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication at James Madison University welcomes proposals from graduate students in any discipline for a one-day symposium.

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CFP: Federation Rhetoric Symposium 2010--Rhetoric 2.0: Continuity and Change from the Oral Tradition to the Digital Age

Call For Papers: Federation Rhetoric Symposium 2010

 Rhetoric 2.0: Continuity and Change

from the Oral Tradition to the Digital Age

Texas Woman's University,

Denton, Texas 

February 12, 2010

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CFP: Essays Sought for Edited Collection Better Late than Never: Training “Late Adopter” Educators to Use Multimodal Composition

CALL FOR PAPERS

Call for submissions for the edited collection Better Late than Never: Training “Late Adopter” Educators to Use Multimodal Composition in the Writing Classroom.

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Participatory Popular Culture and Literacy Across Borders

New media technologies have created a participatory popular culture in which audience members can do much more than interpret the movies, television programs, video games, and music produced by large corporations. Online technologies allow individuals to sample and remix popular culture content, write back to popular culture producers, and connect with fellow fans from around the corner and around the world.

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CFP CCCC 2010--Panel on archival studies of high school composition

What can composition historians learn from early twentieth century high school composition programs? What might the methods, classroom projects, and approaches to student texts suggest about how students were prepared to write in high school? Might our innovative practices in college composition have *trickled up* from high schools during the first few decades of the last century?

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Call for Proposals: WPA Sessions at MLA December, 2009 Philadelphia, PA.

Call for Proposals: WPA Sessions at MLA December, 2009 Philadelphia, PA.

The WPA Executive Board and the committee on WPA at MLA (Joe Janangelo (Chair), Jeff Andelora, Duane Roen, and Susan Thomas) invite 150-word proposals for individual presentations contributing to two panels to be held at the December 27-30, 2009 convention of the Modern Language Association in Philadelphia, PA.

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WPA Presents: Your 2008 MLA Experience

To help you have a wonderful and productive time at the upcoming MLA convention, we invite you to visit and post information to WPA @ MLA 2008

Please use the site’s links on the left to plan ahead for WPA and Composition-related events, and to share information about panels, presentations, social events, and other activities that are relevant to our work.

Enjoy!

Joe Janangelo, President, WPA
Glenn Blalock, CompPile

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CFP: Call for Proposals for Next WPA Journal Editor or Editorial Team

The Council of Writing Program Administrators is seeking its next Editor or Editorial Team for its official journal, WPA: Writing Program Administration. The Call for Proposals is posted on the WPA website at this URL: http://wpacouncil.org/node/1368

CFP: Feminism and Rhetorics '09

Feminisms and Rhetorics: Enabling Complexities: Communities/Writing/Rhetorics

Michigan State University / East Lansing, Michigan / October 7–9, 2009

The 2009 Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) conference will be sponsored by the Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric & Composition and hosted by the Rhetoric & Writing program at Michigan State University. We invite proposals that:

  • reflect the complexity and diversity of who “we” are as a scholarly community;
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    Quinnipiac Universaity's Biannual Conference on Writing Across a Critical Thinking Continuum-November 21-22, 2008

    We are very pleased to invite you to the second bi-annual conference on Writing and Critical Thinking at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. The conference explores the relationship between critical and creative thinking strategies to writing processes across our curricula and disciplinary domains. Our website provides complete details about the registering for the conference. To access our conference page to access the full conference program, travel to Hamden, CT and to register for the conference please click on: https://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1049.xml

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