Special Issue CFW for Kairos: Multimodal Research Within/Across/Without Borders

Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy is seeking webtexts for a planned special issue: Multimodal Research Within/Across/Without Borders, guest edited by Karen Lunsford

With publication in the spring of 2013, proposals for webtexts are due November 1, 2011.

The full CFW and general submission guidelines are available at Kairos.

Kairos 16.1--Unde​rgraduate Scholars in Writing and Rhetoric--​now available

Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy is pleased to announce the release of Issue 16.1 for Fall 2011.  This special issue, (Re)mediating the Conversation: Undergraduate Scholars in Writing and Rhetoric, is guest edited by Shannon Carter and Bump Halbritter and rises from several related questions: What does undergraduate research in new media look like? How do we support it in the classroom? How do we support it beyond the classroom?

Same Topic, Different Year

Once again, I am thinking about domain name and identity, especially when it comes to blogging. I asked this question on Kairosnews November 19, 2003 and got some good responses, ones that were not all in agreement, but that is typical of Kairosnews and I think, one of its strengths. I began Techsophist using Drupal soon after that, but I now find I'm ready to move to a domain based on my own name, mostly because of the reasons I detail here.

Deadline to submit abstract for Computers and Composition special issue extended to August 8


Abstract due date extended to August 8! Make sure to note whether you are submitting for print, web, or print to screen (both).


A Special Issue of Computers and Composition, September 2012

Concurrent with a Fall 2012 special issue of Computers and Composition Online

Title: Deploying 21st Century Writing on the Economic Frontlines

Special Issue Editors: Lanette Cadle and Elizabeth A. Monske


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