You may have noticed the posters around the office advertising the Summer of Aristotle reading series. The first event will kick off at 3:00pm on Friday, May 30th @ Motor City Brewing Works. During the first meeting, we will be discussing Aristotle’s *Rhetoric.* Sponsored by the Wayne State Rhetoric Society
Adrienne Jankens will defend her dissertation “Responsive Classroom Ecologies: Supporting Student Inquiry and Rhetorical Awareness in College Writing Courses” at 9:30 AM on Tuesday, 3/18 in the 10th Floor Conference Room.
Conor Shaw-Draves will defend his dissertation, “Commedia: Rhetoric and Technology in the Digital Commons” at 2:00 PM on Monday, March 17 in the 10th Floor Conference Room.
Jason Kahler will defend his dissertation, “Technologically-Mediated Writing in the First-Year Writing Classroom: Twitter and Immediate Writing” at 10:00 AM on Thursday, March 6 in the 10th Floor Conference Room.
Ahead of the next workshop (2:00 – 4:00 pm, 12/2), we’ve uploaded materials from presenters here (click on the files below to download). Additional materials will be uploaded directly after the workshop for your convenience: 1010 Resources: Using *The Wayne Writer* in 1010 (Mike Kroll) Sample Course Schedule (Amy Metcalf) 1020: Proposal Argument Essay Description
The Rhetoric Reading Group will meet at 3:00 PM on Friday at Circa 1890 Saloon to discuss Thomas Rickert’s *Ambient Rhetoric*.
Video of the first two parts of the Comp Program Orientation is now up. Additional footage to follow shortly: Part I (Ellen’s intro; Gwen’s intro) Part II (Overview of Eng 1020) For footage of the recent teaching workshop (10/25), scroll down.