CRDM student, Chen Chen, has recently published her conference review of the session “Minor Professionalization: How Minority Rhetoric and Composition Professionals Navigate Mobility, Intersectionality, and Embodiment,” presented by Travis Webster (University of Houston-Clear Lake), Chanon Adsanatham (University of Maryland-College Park), Bre Garrett (University of West Florida) at The Watson Conference in Louisville this year. You can read her review here: http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org/2016/11/10/watson-session-c7-minor-professionalization-how-minority-rhetoric-and-composition-professionals-navigate-mobility-intersectionality-and-embodiment/
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As those of us who are planning to leave for 4C16 in a few days, please don’t forget that you can propose to review the conference for Kairos. Please find this year’s call here: https://sites.google.com/site/kairosccccreviewers/
Last year’s review was published early this year, and second-year CRDM student Chen Chen published a review of the Twitter activities at the coference: “Tweeting 4C15: What Were We Talking about When We Were Tweeting?”
Jessica Elam-Handloff, a second year CRDM student, contributed a post titled “Making Across the Curriculum: DIY Culture, Makerspaces, and New Modes of Composition” to the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative‘s most recent blog carnival. Jessica’s post reflected on her experiences as CRDM Graduate Assistant to the D.H. Hill Library Makerspace, using examples from workshops, collaborations with CRDM faculty, and day-to-day interactions with makerspace patrons to support the place and legitimacy of maker technologies and practices in digital scholarship across disciplines. Read the full post here!