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CCCC 2007 Reviews

First published in Kairos 11.3


2007 CCCC Reviews Overivew

by Christopher Dean?


Conference Experiences

CCCC 2007: New York

by Carrie Finn?


Love, Death, and Composition

by "Mysti" Rudd?


Performance Studies at CCCC

by Fred Siegel?

 

Individual Sessions

Session A.01: “Institutional Forces”

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?
Reviewed by Randall McClure?


Session A.7: “WAC and Quantitative Reasoning: Curriculum Breadth, Improved Learning and Innovative Assessment”

Reviewed by Joel Wingard?


Session A.12: “Selling Ideas or Selling Out?: Negotiating Identities in the Writing of Composition Textbooks”

Reviewed by Ryan Skinnell?


Session A.19: “Reperceiving Peer Review”

Reviewed by D. Alexis Hart?
Reviewed by Katherine V. Wills?


Session A25: “Locating The Scholar Among The Grading Stacks: A Response To The TYCA Document 'Research And Scholarship In The Two Year College'”

Reviewed by Sara Glennon?


Session A.30: “Refiguring Burkean Rhetoric”

Reviewed by Jimmy Guignard?


Featured Session B: “Who I Am, and Who I Think I Am”

Reviewed by Carrie Finn?


Session B.9: “Dude! Where’s My Voice? Language, Identity, and the Working-Class Writing Instructor”

Reviewed by Christopher Dean?


Session B.14: “Online Identities and the Evolving Roles of Writing Centers”

Reviewed by Joel Wingard?


Session B.28: “Public, Private, and Digital Self: An Examination of Professional Identity”

Reviewed by Stephanie Vie?


Session B.34: “Studying Communication Patterns Of Science/Engineering Professionals”

Reviewed by Olivia Walling?


Session C.01: “Rhetorical Grammar and the Construction of a Writer’s Identity”

Reviewed by Jimmy Guignard?


Session C.01: “Rhetorical Grammar and the Construction of a Writer’s Identity”

Reviewed by Jill Harbeck?


Session C.26: “Textual Transgressions Online: Plagiarism and Fraud in Weblogs and Wikis”

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?


Session C.26: “Textual Transgressions Online: Plagiarism and Fraud in Weblogs and Wikis”

Reviewed by Stephanie Vie?


Session C.28: “Me, Myself, and I: Examining Identity in the Blogosphere”

Reviewed by Carrie Finn?


Session C.34: “Theory: Making Rhetoric Work in and for Social Movements”

Reviewed by Martine Courant Rife?


Session D.1: Speaking the Body: Marginalized Identities and Performative Rhetorics

Reviewed by Amy Vidali?


Session D.11: “The Nitty Gritty of the Research Moment: Three Interview Based Studies of College Writing”

Reviewed by Christopher Dean?


Session D.20: “Creative Tensions and Coordinated Efforts”: Composition Teachers and Librarians in Collaboration”

Reviewed by Anne O'Meara?


Session D.25: “Representing Writing”

Reviewed by Stephanie Vie?


Featured Session E: “The Global Economy and Class Identity”

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?


Session E.10: “How to Create Your Own Composition Program in a Few Simple Steps—A User’s Guide”

Reviewed by Jennifer Johnson?


Session E.12: “Students with Disabilities: Creating Accommodations and Inclusion within the Composition Classroom”

Reviewed by Ilene Miele?


Session F.24: “We Two—You, Me Talk on This Page: How Non-Traditional Students Respond to Teacher Comments”

Reviewed by Sara Glennon?


Session F.27: “But We’re , Not Writers: Re-Imagining Collective Identity in the Writing Classroom”__

Reviewed by Sarah Perrault?


Session F.30: “Self in Online Environments”

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?


Session G.02: “Identifying the Writer as Re-mixer: Rearticulating 'Writing' in New Media”

Reviewed by Andrea L. Beaudin?


Session G.32: “Hitting the Long Ball: Striving for Process-Oriented Training of Interdisciplinary Writing Teachers”

Reviewed by Joel Wingard?


Featured Session H: “Making It (while Having a Life): Success Strategies for Women in Rhetoric and Composition”

Reviewed by D. Alexis Hart?


Session H.5: “Assessing Freshman Composition and WAC Programs: Three Studies of Student Writing”

Reviewed by Joel Wingard?


Session H.27: “Tools for the Writing Classroom – Exercises in Propaganda, Humor, and Critical Thinking”

Reviewed by Carrie Finn?


Featured Session I: “Who Represents English Studies? Whom Does English Studies Represent? A Public Conversation”

Reviewed by Ryan Skinnell?


Session I.2: “Negotiating Identities: A Good Deal for both Students and Institution”

Reviewed by Christopher Dean?


Session I.14: “Our Uses of Student Writing: Thinking Critically About Composition Scholarship”

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?


Session I.35: “New Identities, New Approaches in WAC/WID”

Reviewed by Joel Wingard?


Session L.4: “Think-Tank for Newcomers Developing Papers and Sessions for CCCC 2009”

Reviewed by Ryan Skinnell?


Session L.22: “Taboo Teaching: Race, Authority, and Evil in the College Classroom”

Reviewed by Dedria A. Humphries?


Session M.12: “Pedagogical Memory and the Transferability of Knowledge: An Interview-Based Study of Juniors and Seniors at a Research University”

Reviewed by Joel Wingard?


Featured Session N: “Re/Visions of a Field”

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?


Session O.07: Wireless Identities

Reviewed by Mike Edwards?



CCCC Reviews Editors:

  • Jonathan Alexander
  • Chris Dean
  • Hannah Dickinson
  • Will Hochman
  • Randall McClure
  • Fred Siegel

 


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