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Allison Kranek Jul 24
Best tips for managing and making the most of archival research trips?
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Eric Darnell Pritchard Jul 25
Sending to all graduate students in . Stay encouraged, be nurtured by integrity of your choices, & keep being who you are & doing what you came to do. There’s so much work to be done to create the field we all deserve. We need YOU. ❤️
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Katja Thieme 👀 Aug 13
Just came across this blog post published earlier this year. It picks up some concepts from an early article of mine to contextualize the (very good) film *Suffragette*. So lovely to see my work be useful.
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Kean Writing Studies Jul 25
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Jenny Olin Shanahan Jun 18
Replying to @CURAHDivision
Thanks for the mention & for identifying the arts & humanities content! Here’s another: one of the editors, Jessie Moore, is a scholar
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CHSS @ MSU Mar 15
Beginning in Fall 2019, will offer a B.A. in Public and Professional Writing. This innovative, cross-disciplinary major prepares students for the demands of writing for the 21st Century.
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Justin Cary💬 Apr 16
Hey friends! Just a reminder that a new, live episode of will air tomorrow morning at 10am EST. Come hang out to learn about Decolonized Writing Pedagogy and Research with a special guest!
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Donohjea Feb 2
Steve Jobs on Creativity via Thx for the suggestion Dr. Nelson! @keanGradcollege
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Daniel Goldberg Dec 2
There's a crucial pt here, one I teach in aspects of my seminars: Writing is an affective process. It's not just rationcination. Metacognition requires that we attend to how we feel when we write. It's crucial.
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Katja Thieme 👀 Aug 14
Sent page proofs back today for an article project I started in 2015. Yay to me! 🎇 Thinking and researching and writing takes time. And I am not a fast writer to begin with. (Except for tweets. Very fast with those.)
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Nicole B. Wallack Mar 7
Got my copy of John Duffy’s Provocations of Virtue this week. One of the most important books for the field of writing studies you can read this year. (He’ll be at CCCC to sign your copy!)
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Dr.Rach Feb 4
I am incredibly impressed when grad students stand up and speak truth to power. I was not nearly so brave, and I find their willingness to engage inspiring.
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Ryan McCarty Jul 5
Replying to @scicomm_jc
This is an interesting poll. I wonder what people who replied that a or degree isn’t necessary would say if someone pointed out the same was true for STEM disciplines. Do I need a degree to be conversant in your research?
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Crystal VanKooten Jul 2
The deadline to propose for Corridors: The Great Lakes Writing & Rhetoric Conference is 8/16/19. This regional conference will take place on 9/28/19 in Rochester, MI. Check out the website:
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Jenny Olin Shanahan May 6
Excited to read it! I’m thrilled to see a new text on UR in Literature. I’m working on the next in our series, in , with Doug Downs at
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Wabash Center Feb 11
New "The Embodied Playbook: Writing Practices of Student-Athletes" by , published by . Reviewed by of
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Sara P. Alvarez Feb 26
YAS! This is also why I pursued or the study of writing within & beyond k-12 settings. and & course often assume this monolingual & racialized orientation, by which only students have to "learn" writing
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NDSU English Mar 29
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Neuteboom on the successful defense of his dissertation, "Composing Comments for Online Students: A Study of Faculty Feedback on Writing in Multidisciplinary Contexts" today!
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Dr Beck Wise Apr 30
What a kickarse program and a great opportunity for folks!
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Daniel Goldberg Aug 23
v2 of the Chapter 2 Mind Map Structure is definitely more complex than v1.
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