Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Faculty and Graduate Student Appearances for March 2013

   American Association for Applied Linguistics, Dallas, TX. March 16-19, 2013.
Pisarn Bee Chamcharatsri. “Expressing emotions through writing in Thai and English.”
J. V. Jeffery and P. K. Matsuda. “Examining conceptions of voice: An analysis of writing teachers’ constructs and processes.”

   Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV. March 13-16, 2013.
Andrew Bourelle and Tiffany Bourelle. “Digital Environments, Public Writing, and Student Needs: Using Instructional Assistants to Facilitate Learning in Online Classes.”
Genesea Carter. “You Want Me to Write What? Encouraging Working-Class Student Voices through Discourse Analysis.”
Pisarn Bee Chamcharatsri. “Expressing emotions through narrative: Second language writing perspectives.”
Bethany Davila. “What's Identity Got to Do With It?: Instructors' Talk About Writing and Identity.”
Cristyn Elder. “WPA-GO: A Model for the CWPA Diversity Project?”
Brian Hendrickson. “A Public Affair: The Intermediate Expository Writing Course as Community Writing Center Practicum.”
Mellisa Huffman. “Getting on the Same Page: Using an Ethnolinguistically-Informed Heuristic Within Collaborative Writing Situations.”
Lindsey Ives. Panel Participant. “’Basic’ Writers, ‘Multilingual’ Writers, and ‘Mainstream’ Writers: the Contested Terms of Transitional Writing from the Student Perspective.”
J. V. Jeffery. “Rethinking secondary-postsecondary writing transitions in a time of Common Core Standards: What FYC instructors need to know about new high school writing standards.”
Anna V. Knutson. “Digital Bridges: Negotiating Metacognition in a Digital Lanscape.”
Charles Paine. Panel Participant. “The CWPA Diversity Project.”
Todd Ruecker. Panel Participant. “The Public Work Ahead of WPAs: Developing Effective Programs for Linguistically Diverse Students and Multilingual Writers in Transition: Improving Cross-Institutional Agreements and Collaborations.”

   TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo. Dallas, TX. March 22, 2013.
Cristyn Elder. “Implementing the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing with Multilingual Writers.”
J. V. Jeffery and P. K. Matsuda.”Voice in secondary and postsecondary rubrics.”

   Medieval Association of the Pacific. University of San Diego. March 21-23, 2013.
Megan Abrahamson. “Sir Gary-Stu”: Le Morte D’Arthur as Malory’s Self-Insert Fan-Fiction.”
Justin Brock. “A Dual Remedy for the Chaos of Babel: Examining John Trevisa’s Dialogue Between a Lord and a Clerk On Translation and Late Medieval English Vernacular Culture.”
Justin Brock. Session Chair. Medieval Manuscript Studies.
Emilee Howland-Davis. “Morgan le Fey: Sister, Savior, Sorceress.”
Anita Obermeier. “Henry II’s and Cunegund’s Sanctity: Chastity or Disability?”
Anita Obermeier. Session Chair. Saints and Mystics.
Anita Obermeier presided over the entire conference as president of MAP.
Doaa Omran. “The Correspondences of Princess Wallāda bint al-Mustakfī: a Medieval Harlot, Muse and Poet.”

Cristyn Elder, Dan Cryer, Beth Davila, Lindsey Ives, and Charles Paine. “Creating and Assessing Locally-Responsive Student Learning Outcomes.” New Mexico Higher Education Assessment and Retention Conference, Albuquerque, NM. March 1, 2013.

Natasha Jones. “Re-imagining Technical Communication as Activism.” Association for Teachers of Technical Writing, Las Vegas, NV. March 13, 2012.

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