The English Department is well represented at the NCTE's annual conference.
The complete program is available here.
Wednesday, March 15, 1:30-5:00 pm Afternoon Preconvention Workshop 12: Engaging Disability & Accessibility in Class Assignments: Integrating Disability Studies in the Fabric of Comp & Technical Communication Curriculum. A107 &A108. Speakers include Ruth Osorio, University of Maryland.
Thursday, March 16, 10:30-11:45 am. A.30: Reconsidering Revision & Reflecton: Two Studies of the (Dis)Connections between Revision Knowledge & Practice. Speakers: Martin Camper, Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore; Heather Lindenman, Elon University; Justin Lohr, University of Maryland
Thursday, March 16, 10:30-11:45. A.38: Women’s Ways of Making Histories: Complicating Feminist Rhetorical Historiography. Chair & Respondent: Jessica Enoch, University of Maryland
Thursday, March 16, 12:15 pm-1:30 pm. B.10: Cultivating Innovation: Design Thinking in the Composition Classroom. Scott Wible, University of Maryland, “Critical Designs for the Composition Classroom.”
Thursday, March 16, 1:45-3:00 pm. C.32: Cultivating Feminist Pedagogical Approaches to Digital Archives. Jessica Enoch, University of Maryland, “Crowdsourcing Suffragists: Recovering Forgotten Picketers in the Undergraduate Rhetoric Classroom.”
Thursday, March 16, 3:15-4:30 pm. D.20: Composing Activist Spaces: The Spatial Rhetorics of Civil, Disability, and Men’s Rights Movements. Speakers: Elizabeth Ellis, University of Maryland; Evin Groundwater, University of illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Ruth Osorio, University of Maryland. Respondent: Jessica Enoch, University of Maryland
Thursday, March 16, 4:45-6:00 pm. E.36: The Utility and Assessment of Writing Centers for Graduate Students. Linda Macri, University of Maryland, “Cultivating Capacity to (Understand) Transfer: Articulating and Assessing Writing Center Outcomes”
Thursday, March 16, 4:45-6:00 pm. E.48: Editing for Inclusion & Change. Jessica Enoch, University of Maryland, “Editing without Appropriating”; Shirley Logan, University of Maryland, “Perspicuity: Writing to Be Understood”
Friday, March 17, 9:30-10:45 am. G.29: Listening to Learn, Learning to Listen. Lisa Swan, University of Maryland, “Cultural Mismatches: A Case Study of Student Perspectives of Writing Conferences”
Friday, March 17, 9:30-10:45 am. G.43: Emotion & Anti-Racist Rhetorics in Writing Studies: Anger as Performance-Rhetoric. Speakers: Douglas Kern, University of Maryland
Friday, March 17, 2:00-3:15 pm. J.26: Cultivating Capacities in Rhetoric, Mentoring, and Administering. Shirley Logan, University of Maryland, “Cultivating Feminist Rhetorical Research Abilities in Undergraduates”
Friday, March 17, 2:00-3:15 pm. J.49: Past Forward: How Rhetorical Practices before & beyond the Alphabet Can Inform Composition and Cross-Cultural Approaches to Rhetoric. Speakers: Chanon Adsanatham, University of Maryland
Friday, March 17, 3:30-4:45 pm. K.20: Creative Collaborations: Cultivating New Voices from the Undergraduate Legal Writing Community. Willie Schatz, University of Maryland, “Torts & Courts for Undergrads”
Friday, March 17, 6:30-7:30 pm. FSIG.12: Linguistics, Language, and Writing Standing Group Business Meeting. Speakers: Cameron Mozafari, University of Maryland
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