2013 Conference Session III: 1:30-2:45 p.m.

Panel A — Interdisciplinary Composition: Writing Beyond the Classroom + Complications to an Alliance between Composition and Creative Writing
Room 209, Moderator: Bridget Heaney

  • Complications to an Alliance Between Composition and Creative Writing, Laura Tetreault, Emerson College (Writing, Literature, and Publishing)
  • Interdisciplinary Composition: Writing Beyond the Classroom
  • Laura Tetreault, Emerson College (Writing, Literature, and Publishing)
  • Miranda Roberson, Emerson College (Writing, Literature, and Publishing)
  • Abby Travis, Emerson College (Writing, Literature, and Publishing)

Panel B — Graduate Assistants United Roundtable: Building Community between Graduates across Disciplines Room 215, Moderator: Gavin Hurley

  • Danielle Dirocco, University of Rhode Island (Political Science)
  • Alex Colantonio, University of Rhode Island (Political Science)
  • With fellow members of GAU and GSA

Panel C — Stemming Technological Tides in the Writing Center: A Roundtable
Room 211, Moderator: Jeremiah Dyehouse, Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric, University of Rhode Island

  • Allana Allik, University of Rhode Island (Writing and Rhetoric)
  • Geoffrey Blanchette, University of Rhode Island (Writing and Rhetoric)
  • Michele Meek, University of Rhode Island (English)
  • Chris St. Jean, University of Rhode Island (Writing & Rhetoric)

Panel D — Perspectives in Focus: Climate Change and Environmental Realities in Our Past, Present, and Future
Room 213, Moderator: Rachel May

  • Negotiating the Meaning of Justice in the Political Economy: From the Tea Party to Environmental Activism, Chris Tallent, Brown University (Political Science)
  • Visual Imagery and the Rhetoric of Environmental Advocacy, Collin Syfert, University of Rhode Island (Communication Studies)
  • The Canal of Coal: Environment, Labor, Capital and the Construction of the Panama Canal, Jordan Coulombe, University of Rhode Island (History)
  • Rising Tides and Changing Attitudes: Community Adaptive Planning and Behavior Change in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, Clara Rubin, University of Rhode Island (Marine Affairs)

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