A/AAC Sessions 4C19
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Please add sessions, roundtables, or individual presentations that are by or of interest to A/AAC members!
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SessionDay/TimeLocationType: Session, Individual Presentation, Roundtable, Praxis Poster, etcTitlePresenter(s)Short DescriptionAre you a new presenter? (y/n)
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Wed, 5:30-6:30pm315/316Special EventCross-Caucus Engagement EventFacilitators: David Green, Al Harahap, Liz Lane, Don UngerThis event promotes relationships among identity-based Caucus and Special Interest Group members.
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D.29Thurday, 3:15-4:30336SessionUnpacking Diversity Work Across the Institution: Sustaining Archival ActivismLinh Dich, Jason Palmeri, Anita Long, Kyle LarsonThis panel posits “archival activism” as a response to current social justice exigencies that incorporates history-- as rhetorical, performative, and memory work (Hoang, Espiritu), which interpenetrates the present with its power and potential to shape institutional change. As such, this panel will address the previous questions from different positions within the University to provide a richer understanding of how archival activism can be a method and strategy for addressing social injustices, particularly given the neoliberal challenges facing higher education.
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D. 20Thu, 3:15-4:30pm325SessionComposing at Scale: Dilations of Space, Time, and BodyChair/Respondent: Sid Dobrin
Speakers: Al Harahap, Jordan Hayes, Toma Peiu, Nelesi Rodriguez
This panel explores ways of composing that consider the body, its environments, space, and time that are not static but dynamic and scalar.
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D.30Thu, 3:15-4:30pm338SessionBreaking Barriers, Breaking Silences: Performing
Feminist Activism
Sweta Baniya, Tika Lamsal, Maria LombardThis panel examines how international refugees, victims of sexual abuse, and allies perform activism
through literate practices.
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D.41Friday, 3:15-4:30412SessionAssess This! Performing Translingual and Antiracist
Assessment
Marguerite Daisy Atterbury, Whitney Lew James, Maxine KrenzelThis session focuses on antiracist writing assessment in a first-year composition course, a cross-institutional collaboration, and affect and accessibility in a writing center.
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G.16Friday, 9:30–10:45 a.m.RoundtableSpotlight Session: Methods for Emerging Researchers in
Rhetoric and Composition
Chair and Roundtable Leader: Erin Kathleen Bahl, Kennesaw State
University, GA
Chad Iwertz, The Ohio State University, Columbus
Speakers: Paige Davis Arrington, Georgia State University, Atlanta
Sarah E. Austin, Texas Tech University, Lubbock
Lourdes Fernandez, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Sherena Huntsman, Utah State University, Logan
Ashanka Kumari, University of Louisville, KY
Jens Lloyd, Drew University, Madison, NJ
Noel Thistle Tague, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Respondents: Heather Falconer, Curry College, Milton, MA
Christa Teston, The Ohio State University, Columbus
This roundtable investigates how emerging scholars perform research methods. Speakers include ten emerging scholars; an established scholar and expert in research methodologies offers a response.
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FSIG. 08Fri, 3:30-4:30pm320SIG MeetingSIG for Non-Native English-Speaking Writing InstructorsChairs: Chen Chen, Tatjana Schell, Judith SzerdahelyiThis SIG provides a forum for non-native English-speaking writing instructors to continue their conversations and to foster networking collaboration.
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FSIG. 17Fri, 3:30-4:30pm330Caucus MeetingAsian/Asian American Caucus MeetingChairs: Linh Dich, Iswari PandeyBusiness meeting for the Asian/Asian American Caucus
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M. 15Saturday, 11:00-12:15RoundtableAncient and Contemporary Embodied Rhetorical Performances on the Global StageChair Tarez Graban Florida State U; Leader: Hui Wu, U of Texas at Tyler , Spaekers: Zoe Carney, Texas A&M University, Trey Conner, University of South Florida,Iklim Goksel, Rima Gulshan, Northern Virginia Community College, Keith Lloyd, Kent State University at Stark, Hui Wu, University of Texas at Tyler
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Saturday, 11:00am-12:15pm308RoundtableDear ________: Letter-Writing and a Cross-Caucus Performance of IntersectionalityDavid Green, Ames Hawkins, Jo Hsu, Ersula Ore, Iris RuizOver the past year, the panelists have sought substantive conversations with one another and with others in the field about their experiences with coalitional work in rhet/comp and the field more broadly. This roundtable disucssion will reflect on our own experiences seeking out and forging connections through letter-writing, and will invite responses from the audience on their own experiences in building and sustianing cross-cultural alliances.
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N.11Saturday, 12:30-1:45319RoundtableLabels and Literacies: Identity, Rhetorical Roots, and Rhetorical PossibilitiesChair: Jasmine Lee; Presenters: Allizon Dziuba, Kate Firestone, Ann Kim; Respondents: Terese Guinsatao Monberg, Asao B. InoueThis roundtable pushes on questions of intersectional identity. Contributors theorize from lived experiences across the field, and respondents engage the broader disciplinary community in conversation.
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