CCCC 2004 in Review

Welcome to Across the Disciplines' review of the 2004 Conference on College Composition and Communication, held March 24th-27th in San Antonio, Texas. This year, our review takes place on an interactive discussion forum. We welcome your responses to the reviews. (Please note that the reviews are best viewed in Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher or Mozilla 1.4 or higher.) Thanks for joining us.

-- Will Hochman, Jonathan Alexander, and Christopher Dean
Reviews Editors

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.