CFP: Rhetoric/Composition: Intersections/Impasses/Differends (3/31/04; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Lisa Coleman
contact email: 
lcoleman@sosu.edu

Call for Papers: Enculturation Special Issue
<http://enculturation.gmu.edu/> http://enculturation.gmu.edu

Rhetoric/Composition: Intersections/Impasses/Differends

The editors of Enculturation seek papers for a second phase of this special
issue on "Rhetoric and Composition." The first phase of the special edition
has been published and contains articles by:

Bill Bolin, Sharon Crowley, Christine Farris, Cynthia Haynes, Michael
Holzman, Susan Jarratt, Krista Ratcliffe, Pete Vandenberg, Victor Vitanza,
and Kathleen Welch This posting also contains a CFP from David Bleich and
book reviews by Christopher Thaiss and James Roberts.

Please consider responding to this first set of published articles and to
Bleich's CFP. We encourage short 800-1000 word responses to texts currently
posted on our website or to the issues raised in our initial call for
papers.

 <http://enculturation.gmu.edu/5_1/cfp_rc.html>
http://enculturation.gmu.edu/5_1/cfp_rc.html

We also welcome the submission of longer articles that relate to *any*
aspect of rhetoric and composition. First consideration will be given to
articles that explicitly indicate a relationship to the texts published in
this initial phase and to texts that speak to issues in our first call that
have not already been substantively addressed.

In addition to academic projects/papers, we are interested in reviews or
original web-sites/projects, recently published books, print or e-journals,
and hypertext/web-ready submissions that use hypertext for rhetorical ends.

Submissions due: March 31.

Contact: Lisa Coleman, lcoleman_at_sosu.edu <mailto:lcoleman_at_sosu.edu>

Lorien Goodman, lgoodman_at_pepperdine.edu <mailto:lgoodman_at_pepperdine.edu>

Lisa L. Coleman, PhD
Associate Professor of English
Honors Program Director
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
1405 N. Fourth Ave., PMB 2766
Durant, OK 74701

Lisa L. Coleman, PhD
Associate Professor of English
Honors Program Director
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
1405 N. Fourth Ave., PMB 2766
Durant, OK 74701

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