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CCCC 2012: Presentations by Purdue Faculty and Graduate Students
Wednesday
Morning: 9:00 AM-12:30 PM
MW.6
Yours, Mine, and Ours: Co-Constructing a Scholarship Ethic with Students & Faculty
Bud Weiser
Yours, Mine, and Ours: Co-Constructing a Scholarship Ethic with Students & Faculty

Afternoon: 1:30-5:00 PM
AW.12
Pedagogical Transitions with Latino/a Students in the Midwest: A Workshop Sponsored by the NCTE/CCCC Latino/a Caucus
Alex Hidalgo
Kendall Leon

All Day: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
W.6
Gateways, Gates, and Gatekeeping: Mentoring and Diversity as a Feminist Future
Don Unger
Ryan, AIDS, Kokomo: Refiguring the Body in Community-Based Work
RNF.1
Research Network Forum
Jeremy Cushman
Practicing Disharmony: Procedures, Reflexivity, and Distributed Cognition in Technical Communication
Research
Dan Kenzie
(no title given)
Alex Layne
Feminist Methodology and Agential Realism: Retheorizing Technological Environments
Mary McCall
(no title given)
Patti Poblete
Ways of Knowing in Rhetoric and Writing Program Administration

Thursday
Session A: 10:30-11:45 AM
A.33
From Intuition to Information: How Explicit Grammatical Knowledge Makes Better Writers and Better Writing Teachers
Linda Bergmann
The Place of Language in Composition Studies

Session B: 12:15-1:30 PM
B.04
Medical Gateways: Ethnographic Studies of Communication Practices in Emerging Contexts
Liz Angeli
Assembling Communication in Emergency Medical Services
B.08
Ong at 100: New Gateways in the Scholarship of Walter J. Ong
Pat Sullivan
Ong at 100: New Gateways in the Scholarship of Walter J. Ong

Session D: 3:15-4:30 PM
D.23
Service Learning and Engaged Scholarship: Relating People and Programs
Kendall Leon
Integrating Engaged Scholarship into First Year Composition Courses
D.25
Secondary Orality and Digital Mobocracy
Jon Wallin
Digital Assessment for the Masses, or What Should Be Done About Online Writing Evaluation?
Alex Layne
Feminisms, Counterpublics, and Building a Room of One’s Own in Online Gaming Communities
Ethan Sprout
Secondary Orality and the Birther Conspiracy
Cody Reimer
Anonymity, Autonomy, and Antagonism: Analyzing Anonymous’ Activism

Thursday Sigs: 6:30-7:30 PM
TSIG.14
Kenneth Burke in St. Louis
Ethan Sprout

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Friday
Session F: 8:00-9:15 AM
F.29
Visual Rhetorics: Delivery of Blogs, Videos, and Zooms
Ehren Pflugfelder
The Logics of Logistics: Delivery without UPS
Christine Masters Jach Gateways of Perception: Zooming Visual Rhetoric and Composition

Session G: 9:30-10:45 AM
G.27
Alternative Performative Pedagogies
Justin Rademaekers
The Performance of Discipline in the Composition Classroom
Katie Trauth Taylor
Bodies and Blogs: A Post-Process Pedagogy at the Digital Turn

Session H: 11:00 AM-12:15 PM
H.15
Digital Intertextuality and Cultural Production: Using Critical Theories to Produce and Question Film and Video in the Composition
Classroom
Alex Hidalgo
Teaching Digital Film Production as Community Engagement: Documenting Local Histories

Session J: 2:00-3:15 PM
J.35
Access: A Happening
Sam Blackmon

(No title: it's a happening!)

Session K: 3:30-4:45 PM
K.13
Gateways of Perception: Zooming Visual Rhetoric and Composition
Laurie Pinkert
Minding the Gap: Results of a Survey of Graduate Student Writing Experience

Friday Sigs: 6:30-7:30 PM
FSIG.16
Graduate Student Forum Special Interest Group
Cristyn L. Elder

Saturday
Session L: 9:30-10:45 AM
L.04
Privacy, Rhetoric, and Composition: Addressing the Public/Private Distinction in Digital Environments
Caitlan Spronk
Data Mining, Information Aggregation, and the Public/Private Composing Subject
L.18
Everyone Knows This is Nowhere: Writing in the Musical Age
Thomas Rickert
Grooving with Vinyl: Composition and the Digital Retrograd

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