Writing Centre Multiverse: Vancouver May 30-31, 2019
Emily Carr University of Art & Design
May 30-31, 2019
Deadline for submissions is January 10, 2019.
For our 2019 conference, the Canadian Writing Centres Association/L’Association canadienne des centres de rédaction welcomes proposals on any writing-centre-related subject, but particularly invites proposals that explore how Writing Centres navigate, respond to, and negotiate the “multiverse” we all inhabit—in our spaces, our practices, and our research.
How, for example, do any of the following multis inform, enrich, and/or limit our work in the context of our own institutions? How do they intersect or overlap with practical, political, and/or personal concerns around training, pedagogy, administration, decolonization, or wellness,? How do we as writing centre practitioners respond to, negotiate, or resist, any or all of these?
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The Canadian Writing Centres Association / l’Association Canadienne des Centres de Rédaction (CWCA / ACCR) is proposing to work with the Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing / Rédactologie (CJSDW/R) to publish a special section of the CJSDW/R in spring 2019. The special section would pull together articles based on presentations at the CWCA/ACCR’s 2018 conference, which was held at the University of Saskatchewan in May 2018. Continue reading “CFP || Proposal for Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing / Rédactologie”
Two positions >> Lecturer in English Composition; Lecturer in English Composition specializing in TESOL (Auburn University at Montgomery)
CASLL no longer exists as an organization, but its contribution to Canadian writing studies lives on. All 110+ issues of Inkshed Newsletter from 1984 to 2012 are now online in space generously provided by CASDW, along with a selection of other Inkshed material.
Go to casdw-acr.ca/resources/casllinkshed-archives/ to see what’s available — and give yourself some time to get caught up by lively discussions and cogent insights, not to mention amusing photos from past conferences.
If you teach STEM communication at any level, please consider submitting a proposal for and/or attending the IEEE Professional Communication Society Conference July 23-25 in Toronto.
This is a smaller (compared to ASEE or CCCC) conference that is graduate student friendly and provides great opportunities for interactions with your colleagues.
You can view the call for papers here: http://procomm2018.utoronto.ca/how-to-participate/