Schedule | Saturday, September 19, 2020 | All sessions in Zoom | Go to Phase Two Listing
Note: Conference presenters and registrants will receive a secure Zoom link in the week leading up the conference. The entire event will be managed from one Zoom room, with each panel/session occurring as a breakout room. Please register no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17 to ensure we can reach you by Friday, Sept. 18 with the Zoom details.
|Time||Zoom link via email||Zoom link via email||Zoom link via email|
|9-10:15 | Session A||Assessment Panel
"Is Your Writing Assessment Racist?: Using Grading Contracts to Make Equitable Writing Classrooms"
Megan Weaver, Virginia Tech
"Toward an Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecology in First-year Writing"
Tyler Gillespie, U Mississippi
"Assessing ELL Students’ Writing in A Traditional Composition Classroom"
Meng Yu, Virginia Tech
"Making Knowledge For/About/With Communities: The Expectations and Realities of Collaborative Writing"
Aubrie Cox, U Louisville
"Toward a Co-Produced Archival Rhetoric"
Dakoda Smith, U Louisville
"Navigating Reciprocity with Community Partners"
Lauren Fusilier, U Louisville
"Rhetorical Outliers: The Role of the Community Rhetor in the Classroom"
Whitney Jordan Adams, Berry C
|10:30-11:45 | Session B||Zines Workshop
"Make a Quaranzine"
Jason Luther, Rowan U
Description: In this workshop, participants will learn about zines and how authors and artists draw from a range of material practices as they continue to publish them through a global pandemic. Participants will make their own "quaranzines" and discuss ways to teach with them online and in face-to-face classrooms.
Public Writing Panel
"Latrinalia as Discourse: From Systematic Design to Instructional Praxis"
Jonathan Marine, George Mason U
Brandon Biller, George Mason U
Lauren Tuckley, George Mason U
|11:45-1 | Lunch|
|1-2 | Plenary||Plenary Presentation
"Edible Rhetoric: Making Meals that Matter"
Jody Shipka, U Maryland-Baltimore County
|2:15-3:30 | Session C||Arts & Sciences Panel
"Genre Bending: Argumentative Writing Through the Eyes of a Scientist"
Susan Mockler, American U
"Pure Sourcery: Making and Human/Machine Symbiosis"
Brian Gaines, Virginia Tech
Labor-Based Grading Workshop
"'Fight the Power!': Creating Labor-Based Grading Contracts Against White Language Supremacy"
Kat M. Gray, Virginia Tech
Maggie Fernandes, Virginia Tech
|Political and Activist Rhetorics Panel
"Making Policy: The Current State of English Education Policy in Virginia"
Carolyn Commer, Virginia Tech
"Making Symphonic Narratives: Digital Activism and the Authorial Twitter Thread"
Jess Rogers, Virginia Commonwealth U
"Making Workplace Writing Skills Visible: Articulating Transferable Skills in Course Assignments and Design"
Letizia Guglielmo, Kennesaw State U
|3:45-5 | Session D||Ethics and Well-Being Panel
"Making Emotional Labor Visible Through Mindfulness"
Christy I. Wenger, Shepherd U
"Making Waves with Your Syllabus: Navigating Contractual Obligations and Ethical, Pedagogical Beliefs"
Traci Gardner, Virginia Tech
"Making a Classroom Rhetoric Addressing Mental Health"
Joseph Mack, Virginia Tech
Alternatives and Memes Workshop
"It’s All Happening: Alternative Exercises for the First-Year Composition Classroom"
Sarah Lucille Cozort, U Memphis
Tyler Gillespie, U Mississippi
"Making Memes: Using Memes as a Way for Students to Connect with Writing"
Erin Jensen, Belmont Abbey C
Feminist/Cultural Rhetorics Panel
"Culture Inclusive Considerations for English Language Learners in First-Year Composition Curriculum"
Kira Gulko Morse, Virginia Tech
"Autotheory as Feminist Rhetorical Practice: Examining Carmen Maria Machado's In the Dream House"
Emily Csukardi, Virginia Commonwealth U