Moriah Hampton's story "Mother to Be" appeared recently in Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature along with photographs from her "Time Worn" series. See https://wordgathering.com/vol15/issue3/fiction/hampton/ and https://wordgathering.com/vol15/issue3/art/hampton/
Time Worn I: A wide-angle shot of a mailbox on a country road in Vermont. The mailbox, purplish-blue and partly patina covered, sits on the far right of the shot. Behind the mailbox and to the left are green trees and grass, slightly out of focus. A dirt road winds down the left-hand side of the shot, shadows falling across some of the gravel.
For more photographs, click on the link above or on the picture.
The Death Spiral, a collection of poems by Sarah Giragosian, has just been released by Black Lawrence Press.
April Ossmann, author of Event Boundaries, notes:
Giragosian’s fierce, gorgeous poems embody our role as one in body and mind with other peoples, plants and animals—living and extinct—arguing a familial connection integral to the survival of species including our own: “he is a thrashing turtle/on a bone hook, speaking from otherwhere/of his apartness. I point to hearth, to kin…” These poems hope we won’t find ourselves with, “Nothing left on Earth to love or fear,” as they invoke the beauty around us, and in us.
For more information (and to purchase your own copy) use the following link: Black Lawrence Press.
Introduction to Feminist Thought and Action: #WTF and How Did We Get Here? #WhosThatFeminist #WhatsThatFeminism by Allison V. Craig and Menoukha Robin Case is available through Routledge. The work is being described as an "accessible foundation that whets appetite for further study" (Routledge).
Moriah Hampton’s short story “While at the Park” recently appeared in the Summer 2019 issue of The Sonder Review.
Marcie Newton's recent article, “Thoughtful People Do Psychohistory,” can be found in Clio’s Psyche, Vol. 25.2 (Winter 2019): 172-174.
She also has another article forthcoming in The Journal of Psychohistory entitled, “’Secret Guilt by Silence Is Betrayed’: Navigating Contradictory Narratives of Sexual Trauma and Symptom Formation in Freudian Theory and the Early Work of Karl Abraham,” The Journal of Psychohistory (forthcoming June 2019)
Titcha Ho gave two presentations in Pittsburgh at CCCC this past March.
"Fake It till You Make It: A Qualitative Study of Undergraduate International Students’ Experiences as TAs in the ESL Composition Classroom" on Friday, March 15.
"Viva la revolución!: A Guerrilla Fighter’s Guide to English: Promoting Text Comprehension in an ESL Composition Classroom" on Saturday, March 16.
Wilder, L., and Yagelski, R.P. (2018). Examining cross-disciplinary analytic strategies in first-year college writing. Research in the Teaching of English, 52(4).
Yagelski, R. P. (2017-2018) Writing, silence, and well-being. Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Writing, 23, pp. 14-24.
“Feedback on Writing for College Success: Machine Scoring of Essays on Self-Regulated Learning.” With Heidi Andrade and Jason Bryer. Paper presented at the 16th International Conference of the EARLI Special Interest Group on Writing, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium; August 29, 2018.
“Re-Imagining Plagiarism as Educational Opportunity: A Transformative Workshop.” With Gerald Nelms and Valerie Jacobs. Workshop conducted at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO; March 17, 2018.
“Retention, Student Success, and First-Year Writing: Purposes and Cross-Purposes.” Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO; March 15, 2018.
Titcha Ho will be presenting at the 2018 Applied Linguistics Winter Conference (ALWC 2018) on Saturday, April 21, 2018 on "Investigating cultures in the glocalized ESL composition classroom" at Columbia University.
Joe Meyer delivers paper on "Miltonic and Romantic Covenantal Theology in Alien: Covenant" at the 2018 Northeast Modern Language Association conference in Pittsburgh, PA; April 15, 2018.
Robert P. Yagelski conducted a workshop on “Re-Imagining Plagiarism as Educational Opportunity: A Transformative Workshop” With Gerald Nelms and Valerie Jacobs at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO; March 17, 2018.
Robert P. Yagelski presented a paper on “Retention, Student Success, and First-Year Writing: Purposes and Cross-Purposes” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO; March 15, 2018.
In "BreakoutEDU:Helping students break out of their comfort zones," Susan Detwiler, along with coauthors Trudi Jacobson and Kelsey O’Brien, explores the use of BreakoutEDU (an"immersive games platform") in the classroom as a pedagogical tool for teaching critical inquiry. The article is featured in Vol. 79.2 of Association of College and Research Libraries.
"Henry's Quest for Narrative in the Red Badge of Courage", an essay by Joe Meyer, has been published in the Autumn, 2017 edition of the Midwest Quarterly. It deals with Henry Fleming's yearning to build a coherent narrative within the chaos of war and our distrust with his maturation as both writer and person.
Peter Monaco delivers paper at the 2017 Mid-West Modern Language Association Conference in Cincinnati, titled "Youth Against Fascism: Image, Immanence, and Activism in Contemporary Comics."
Moriah Hampton's story, "Prime View," recently appeared in The Hamilton Stone Review. Link to story.
Robert P. Yagelski delivers keynote address on “Writing, Teaching, and Well-Being" at the 12th Annual IDEAS Symposium, Nassau Community College, Hempstead, NY; November 3, 2017.
Joe Meyer's article, "Sharing a Smile: Dantean Poetics in Henry James's "The Jolly Corner," has been published in the Explicator. In the article, Joe discusses the influence that the relationship between Dante and Beatrice had on the creation of James's Alice Staverton and Spencer Brydon.
On November 2 at 3:30pm, Dr. Rae Muhlstock will offer a lecture and workshop at the Nano College about writing personal statements for graduate school applications.
Moriah Hampton's story, "Prime View," recently appeared in The Hamilton Stone Review. http://www.hamiltonstone.org/hsr37.html
Amanda Giracca, Bethany Aery Clerico, Sarah Giragosian, Marcie Newton, and Peter Monaco recently presented "The Value of Student Writing: Re-Conceiving the Writing Contest as Collaborative Inquiry Among Faculty and Students in a First-Year Writing Program" at the 2017 SUNY Council on Writing Conference in Syracuse.
Peter Monaco will give a paper at the Mid-West Modern Language Association Conference in Cincinnati, OH this November titled "Youth Against Fascism: Image, Immanence, and Activism in Contemporary Comics."
Lisa Arrastia co-chaired "New Narrators" panel at the 2017 NonFictioNOW conference in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Queer Fish, a book of poetry by Sarah Giragosian, has just recently been released by Dream Horse Press. Sarah's book is the recipient of the American Poetry Journal Book prize.
New edition of Robert Yagelski's textbook published as of November: Writing: Ten Core Concepts, 2nd ed. Boston: Cengage, 2018.
Robert Yagelski took part in conducting workshop on plagiarism and delivered paper on "writing as a means to well-being" at CCCCs conference in March, 2017.
“Cultivating Strategic Action in Teaching Against Plagiarism: Using Plagiarism as Educational Opportunity.” With Gerald Nelms, Carole Papper, Valerie Jacobs, and Scott Leonard. Workshop conducted at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR; March 18, 2017.
“Writing About More Than Writing: Teaching Academic Writing as a Means to Well-Being.” Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR; March 16, 2017.