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To communicate successfully in different contexts, writers need a variety of rhetorical, academic, sociocultural and linguistic competencies. When approaching specific writing tasks, students need to draw on prior learning experiences and select and deploy strategies and skills appropriately. They also need to navigate situations that require them to upgrade or transform their current knowledge and skillset. Writing centers and writing programs have a pivotal role to play in helping students transfer, apply and adapt writing-related competencies from one context to another. In preparing the MENA region’s writers of the future, regional writing centers and programs may also wish to reappraise objectives and practices in light of recent trends in writing theory, notably ‘writing for transfer’ and multi-modal composition.

MENAWCA's sixth biennial conference invites participants to share and explore theoretical and practical perspectives related to themes of transfer and transformation. Proposals for presentations, panels, workshops and posters that reflect the conference themes, with specific reference to the MENA context, are welcome.

Submission deadline: 3 June 2018

Queries: menawca@uaeu.ac.ae.
Conference website: https://conferences.uaeu.ac.ae/menawca/en

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