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CCCC 2004 in Review

Welcome to the Review. Posted by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu) on (3/23/04 at 8:22 PM.

Introduction: Composing Our Conference Selves as Human Text and Hypertext. Posted by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu) on (4/4/04 at 10:08 AM.

4C's Ten Commandments from Keith Rhodes. Posted by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu) on (4/10/04 at 9:17 AM.

Review: Keynote Address: Made Not Only in Words: Composition in a New Key, by Kathleen Blake Yancey. Reviewed by Mike Palmquist (Mike.Palmquist@ColoState.edu). Posted on 4/15/04.

Re: Keynote Address: Made Not Only in Words: Composition in a New Key, by Kathleen Blake Yancey. Posted by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu) on (4/29/04 at 9:41 AM.

Review: A Riff on a Theme: Our Keynote and its Overtones in E 6, D 36, I 2 . Reviewed by Matt Smith (msmith@sf.edu). Posted on 4/8/04.

Review: AW 3 Working with Adult Writers: Cross-Institutional Approaches to Serving a Growing Demographic . Reviewed by Sharleen Dickinson (Tafdali@aol.com). Posted on 4/17/04.

Review: B 34 Teaching Writing, Teaching Advocacy . Reviewed by Stephanie L. Kerschbaum (slkerschbaum@wisc.edu). Posted on 4/7/04.

Review: C 9, E 28, F 33: Intersections of Access: Disabilities and Varieties of English. Reviewed by Stephanie L. Kerschbaum (slkerschbaum@wisc.edu). Posted on 4/7/04.

Review: C 24 "Questioning Author(Ity)" & Vertigo: A First-Timers Experience at the CCCC. Reviewed by Kristen A.M. Hauck (kah011000@utdallas.edu). Posted on 4/4/04.

Review: C 29 “Making Media Matter: Layering Knowledge, Ethos, and Literacies in the Composition Classroom”. Reviewed by Gwen Casey, University of Cincinnati (caseygl@uc.edu). Posted on 4/27/04.

Re: C 29 “Making Media Matter: Layering Knowledge, Ethos, and Literacies in the Composition Classroom”. Posted by Lynn Lewis (llscribe@cox.net) on (9/7/05 at 10:06 AM.

Review: D 1 Representations of Writing Across the Curriculum: Foreshadowing a New Era in Composition Instruction. Reviewed by Sharon Quiroz (quiroz@iit.edu). Posted on 4/6/04.

Review: D 2 How Does Composition Matter? Attending (Again) to Student Writing. Reviewed by Kathleen J. Ryan (kate.ryan@mail.wvu.edu). Posted on 4/6/04.

Review: D 5 Making Composition Matter Again: Re-Inventing Writing Programs. Reviewed by John A. Maddux (madduxja@email.uc.edu). Posted on 4/11/04.

Review: D 31 If a Tree Falls…”: The Impact of Online Publications on Writing Scholarship. Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/5/04.

Review: E 5 Teaching with Technology: Designing, Using, Accessing, and Revising Technological Literacy Modules to Enhance Student Learning in the Writing Classroom. Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/7/04.

Review: E 13 Ways of Knowing: Writing Center Outcomes as Politics, Pedagogy, and Theory. Reviewed by Candace Stewart (stewarc1@ohiou.edu). Posted on 4/10/04.

Review: E 27 Making Rhetoric Matter: The Classroom as a Site for Cultural Critique and Production. Reviewed by Matt Abraham (MAbra68114@aol.com). Posted on 4/12/04.

Review: E 28 Making Bodies Matter: Disability, Experience, and Accessing the Writing Classroom . Reviewed by Gary Sue Goodman (gsgoodman@ucdavis.edu ). Posted on 4/29/04.

Review: F 3: Making other Conversations Matter: Women’s Pragmatic Rhetoric on the Margins of Power. Reviewed by Wendy Sharer (sharerw@mail.ecu.edu). Posted on 4/27/04.

Review: Zen Driving and Conference Attendance: Selected Reviews from F26, H16, H25 and M7 . Reviewed by Katherine J. Robinson (krobinso@colorado.edu ). Posted on 4/9/04.

Review: F 36 Her Words and Ours: A Celebration of the Life of Wendy Bishop. Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/7/04.

Review: G 5 Working Across the Curriculum: New Approaches and Communications. Reviewed by Angela González (a.m.gonzalez3@tcu.edu). Posted on 4/13/04.

Review: G 29 Rhetoricians as Top Administrators: Negotiating the Politics of the New University. Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/8/04.

Review: H 2 Why Don’t We Just Study English: Composition as Orientation to Higher Learning. Reviewed by Candace Stewart (stewarc1@ohiou.edu). Posted on 4/10/04.

Review: H 27 Does the CCCC Matter? A Critique and a Call for Change. Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/10/04.

Review: H 33 Composing Others/Composing Selves: The Ethnographic Essay. Reviewed by Steve Simpson (teachersimpson@yahoo.com). Posted on 4/12/04.

Review: I 18 Tied to the Mast? The Alluring Sights and Sounds of Technology. Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/10/04.

Review: J 24 Popcorn Meets Pedagogy: Movies, Literacy, and the Composition Classroom. Reviewed by Wendy Warren Austin (warren@edinboro.edu). Posted on 4/30/04.

Review: J 31: Public Perceptions about the Teaching of Writing and What to Do about Them. Reviewed by Wendy Sharer (sharerw@mail.ecu.edu). Posted on 4/27/04.

Review: K 3 “‘I Can’t Read,’ Tina Whispered, Placing Her Gucci Bag on the Desk between Us: Defining the Categories of Race/Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the Composition Classroom”. Reviewed by Gwen Casey (caseygl@uc.edu). Posted on 4/27/04.

Review: K 26 Women’s Oppositional Rhetorics. Reviewed by Candace Stewart (stewarc1@ohiou.edu). Posted on 4/10/04.

Review: M 1 What Makes WAC Work: Reflections on Writing Across The Curriculum. Reviewed by Heather de Maynadier (hdemaynadier@hotmail.com). Posted on 4/11/04.

Review: Featured N session: “Some Things That Matter About New Media for Composition”. Reviewed by David Hudson (Dhudson@gw.hamline.edu). Posted on 4/9/04.

Review: TSI 21 Mentoring Women in the Profession: New Models and Metaphors (Part 1). Reviewed by Angela González (a.m.gonzalez3@tcu.edu). Posted on 4/13/04.

Review: Networking with a Porpoise: Ethnography of Publishers at the CCCCs. Reviewed by Gloria McMillan, Ph.D. (glomc@DakotaCom.net). Posted on 4/4/04.

Review: The Fruits of Our Labor: A Dialog Reviewing Marching in San Antonio. Reviewed by Erica Frisicaro & Virginia Kuhn (elfrisicaro@stthomas.edu & vkuhn@uwm.edu). Posted on 4/8/04.

Review: WPA Breakfast (and the Ghost of Theodore Roosevelt). Reviewed by Will Hochman (hochmanw1@southernct.edu). Posted on 4/5/04.

Review: Research Network Forum: A Brief Review and Call for Participation. Reviewed by Anthony T. Atkins (rhet@comcast.net). Posted on 4/16/04.

Review: A Gumbo of Sorts: Co-Chair’s Reflection of the Research Network Forum. Reviewed by Risa P. Gorelick (rgorelic@monmouth.edu). Posted on 4/18/04.

Review: Special Event: Alternative Histories Matter: Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition. Reviewed by Wendy Sharer (sharerw@mail.ecu.edu). Posted on 4/27/04.

Review: MW 2 Mentoring Matters: A “Best Practices” Workshop for Mentors of Composition Instructors and Teaching Assistants. Reviewed by Wendy Sharer (sharerw@mail.ecu.edu). Posted on 4/27/04.

Review: Final Conference Haiku Review or All that remains of / These brave compositionisits / Are these words. Reviewed by Chris Dean (Dean@southernct.edu). Posted on 5/6/04.

Review: J.15 "Boredom". Reviewed by Gwyn Casey (caseygl@uc.edu). Posted on 5/11/04.

Review: E.16—Three Perspectives on Composition: How Composition Matters Within and Outside Academia. Reviewed by Wnedy Austin (warren@edinboro.edu). Posted on 6/1/04.