Thursday, July 16, 2020
3:00–4:30 p.m. ET
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This panel, featuring three CCCC 2020 award winners, focuses on activist transnational rhetorics, the influence of language ideologies on transnational students’ identities as writers, and approaches for affirming linguistic diversity in the writing classroom. An audience-driven Q&A as well as networking time will follow the presentations.
Wenqi Cui, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, “Multilingual Writers’ Identity Construction through Academic Writing Discourse Socialization”
Subhi Hindi, University of Houston, “The Commonplace Writing Classroom: Code-Meshing FYC Students’ Rhetorics in College Writing”
Zhaozhe Wang, Purdue University, “Assemble Commonplaces through Activist Rhetoric in Transnational Cyber-Public Spaces”
Moderator: Vershawn Ashanti Young, CCCC Chair, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Respondent: Michael A. Pemberton, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro
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