A conversation with Tyler S. Branson and James Chase Sanchez, coauthors (with Sarah Ruffing Robbins and Catherine M. Wehlburg) of “Collaborative Ecologies of Emergent Assessment: Challenges and Benefits Linked to a Writing-Based Institutional Partnership” (10:47)
Tyler Branson is an assistant professor of English and associate director of composition at the University of Toledo, where he teaches public and professional writing. He’s currently writing a book on the intersections of public education policy and college composition.
James Chase Sanchez is an assistant professor of writing and rhetoric at Middlebury College. He teaches classes on cultural rhetorics, race, and public memory, and recently had the film he produced, Man on Fire, premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival. He is currently writing a book on cultural rhetorics in his hometown of Grand Saline, TX.