Karen Springsteen’s essay “Veterans’ Writing and a Rhetoric of Witnessing” is included in the newest issue of Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing and Service Learning (Vol 16, No. 2), a special issue dedicated to veteran’s writing. From the abstract: “Four examples of Iraq veterans’ self-sponsored writing and media compositions are reviewed in order to
Jule Wallis and Adrienne Jankens’ essay “Collaborative Development: Reflective Mentoring for GTAs” is included in the new collection Writing Program and Writing Center Collaborations: Transcending Boundaries (published by Palgrave MacMillan). From the book’s description: “This book demonstrates how to develop and engage in successful academic collaborations that are both practical and sustainable across campuses and within local
Congratulations to PhD Candidate Luke Thominet for the publication of his article “10/10 Would Review Again: Variation in the Player Game Review Genre,” which appears in the latest issue of Technical Communication Quarterly.
Read faculty member Clay Walker’s article “Composing Agency: Theorizing the Readiness Potentials of Literacy Practices” in the latest issue of *Literacy in Composition Studies*.
Faculty member Karen Springsteen’s essay “Closer to Home: Veterans’ Workshops and the Materiality of Writing” appears in the collection *Generation Vet: Composition, Student Veterans, and the Post-9/11 University*, recently published by Utah State University Press. From the book description: Institutions of higher education are experiencing the largest influx of enrolled veterans since World War II, and these
Jeff Pruchnic’s essay “Burke In/On Public and Private: Rhetoric, Propaganda, and the ‘End(s)’ of Humanism” is featured in the new collection Burke in the Archives (via The University of South Carolina Press). From the book’s description: “Burke in the Archives brings together thirteen original essays by leading and emerging Kenneth Burke scholars to explore provocatively the twenty-first-century usefulness