calls for participation

Graduate Research Network Reminder!

Computers and Writing 2008 invites proposals work-in-progress discussions for the ninth Graduate Research Network. The C&W Graduate Research Network is an all-day pre-conference event, open to all registered conference participants at no charge.

What happens at the GRN?

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Georgia Conference on Information Literacy

Call for Proposals: Georgia Conference on Information Literacy

Georgia Conference on Information Literacy
October 3 - 4, 2008
Coastal Georgia Center
Savannah, Georgia
Keynote Speaker: Carol Simpson

Proposal deadline: April 15, 2008

For complete conference details and access to the online submission form, please visit the website at:

Join us in Savannah for this annual conference jointly hosted by
Georgia Southern University's:

Zach S. Henderson Library


CFP: Composition, Literacy, and Video Gaming [Computers and Composition Online]

Computers and Composition Online will publish a special issue on the intersections between composition, literacy, and computer/video gaming as a companion to the Fall 2008 special print issue of Computers and Composition, "Reading Games: Composition, Literacy, and Video Gaming." These issues will explore the social, historical, cultural, and pedagogical implications of computer/video games on literacies and the writing classroom.

CFP: Individual Research Presentations for the Qualitative Research Network

Call for Proposals: Individual Research Presentations for the Qualitative Research Network to be held Wednesday, April 2 from 1:30-5:00 p.m. at the 2008 Conference on College Composition and Communication in New Orleans.

(PDF version)

Due date: October 15, 2007

Proposals for individual presentations for the Qualitative Research Network are now being accepted. This research network, which occurs annually at the CCCC, is offered for new and experienced qualitative researchers.


CFP: Reclaiming the Rural: Essays on Literacy, Rhetoric, and Pedagogy

The co-authors of Rural Literacies (SIUP 2007) invite submissions from researchers in composition, literacy, and rhetorical studies for an edited collection investigating new ways to understand and interpret literacy, rhetoric, and pedagogy in rural contexts. This volume seeks essays that move beyond the typical arguments for preserving, abandoning, or modernizing rural communities. It seeks explorations of the rural that address the complexities of rural life and the interconnections among rural, urban, and suburban communities, and among the local, global, and transnational.



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