Submit a Proposal by September 1: Writing Spaces Volume 7

June 17th, 2022|

Each proposal should consist of a 500 word abstract. Proposals will be accepted until September 1, 2022. Editors will review proposals by December 1, 2022. Selected chapters will be selected through a double-blind review process by reviewers with similar areas of expertise. The publication is planned for late Summer 2023.

Call for Proposals for SKRIB: Critical Studies in Writing Programs and Pedagogy

November 17th, 2021|

Introducing SKRIB, an international peer-reviewed, open access journal that facilitates intercultural dialogue around the development of writing programming and pedagogy in post-secondary institutions of higher learning around the world. SKRIB is now accepting submissions to its inaugural issue, which will be published on a continuous basis over the course of 2022. As an inaugural issue, we are looking to SKRIB's mission as a guide for submissions as well as explorations of different understandings of critical sustainability in writing programmes and writing centres.

Meet the Authors of WLN’s Newly Released D.E.C. on Transfer in the Writing Center

February 21st, 2020|

Dr. Bonnie Devet contributed this piece. In her previous blog post, she provided an overview of the newly released Digital Edited Collection, Transfer of Learning in the Writing Center, which she co-edited with Dr. Dana L. Driscoll and with Design Editor, Jialei Jiang.  Here, Dr. Devet introduces us to the authors of the collection and their inspirations for researching/studying transfer in the writing center.

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New Edited Collection! Emerging Writing Research from the Russian Federation

November 17th, 2021|

This book explores the rationale for importing and adapting international models of academic writing and rhetoric and composition, the role of the English and Russian languages in the development of this field, and the specific needs of faculty and student writers in Russia. This is an open-access publication available in PDF and ePub formats. It appears in the International Exchanges on the Study of Writing book series, edited by Joan Mullin, Magnus Gustafsson, Terry Myers Zawacki, and Federico Navarro.

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New Book by Asao Inoue: Above the Well: An Antiracist Argument From a Boy of Color

August 3rd, 2021|

In Above The Well, Asao Inoue explores race, language, and literacy education through a combination of scholarship, personal history, and even a bit of fiction. It is available at https://wac.colostate.edu/books/perspectives/above. All proceeds generated by the Clearinghouse and all author royalties from sales of this book will be donated to an endowed fund supporting antiracist teaching and social justice in secondary and postsecondary education established by the author and his wife with the Oregon State University Foundation.

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