CFP: [Rhetoric-Composition] Sessions on Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical Communication at RMMLA (Mar 1; Oct 8-10)

full name / name of organization: 
Gary L. Hatch
contact email: 
gary_hatch@byu.edu

For any of the sessions below submit a title and abstract (100-150 words)
to the session chair. See
http://rmmla.wsu.edu/conferences/conf09Snowbird/default.asp.
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Classical Rhetoric in Modern Contexts: Classical Rhetoric in Modern
Literatures and Film*
William J. McCarthy, 634 Marshall Road SW, Vienna, VA 22180; 703-200-
1873; mccarthy_at_cua.edu

Rhetoric of Humor: The Moves that Make us Laugh*
Jeff Swift, 4198 JFSB, English Dept, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
84602; 801-422-3565; jswift8_at_gmail.com

Let the Cowboy Ride: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Discourse about Cattle
Ranching*
Christa Albrecht-Crane, Utah Valley State College, Dept of English, 800 W
University Parkway, Mailstop 153, Orem, UT 84058; 801-319-2306; fax 801-
863-6255; christaa_at_uvu.edu

Visual Rhetoric*
Gary Hatch, 237 West 850 North, American Fork, UT 84003; 801-422-2402;
fax 801-422-0221; gary_hatch_at_byu.edu

Cross-Cultural and Contrastive Rhetoric: Issues in Language Analysis and
Teaching*
Marohang Limbu, 5453 Ridge St. Apt. L6, El Paso, TX 79932; 575-650-6708;
marohang_at_yahoo.com

Teaching English
Amanda Morris, 1000 N Donahue Dr, Apt 623, Auburn, AL 36832; 412-327-
0472; morrial_at_auburn.edu

Teaching English Composition
Fify Juliana, 1302 E Orange St, Tempe, AZ NONE 85281-8144; 480-967-6150;
fify_at_asu.edu

Teaching Feminist Perspectives in the Classroom
Laurie Wood, Dept. of English, Utah Valley University, 800 West Univ
Parkway, Orem, UT 84058; 863-222-8501; fax 863-764-7089; woodlu_at_uvu.edu
Description: Papers addressing particular strands of feminism and
feminist theory in literature, language, cultural studies, or composition
classes. Third-wave feminisms and alternative feminisms are especially
welcome.

Technology and Distance Education
Alan Blackstock, PO Box 372, Neola, UT 84053; 435-722-1735; fax 435-722-
5678; alanb_at_ext.usu.edu
Description: The use of technology in both the traditional classroom as
well as in the growing environment of distance education. New
technologies, ideas and novel uses along with analysis of the impact of
technology use in teaching and learning.

Using Peer Tutoring Programs to Benefit Writing on College Campuses*
Julie Foust Andrew, Utah State University, Old Main Hill 3200, Logan, UT
84322; 435-797-3648; fax 435-797-3797; Julie.foust_at_usu.edu

Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW)+
Shelley Thomas, 1201 University Circle, Weber State University, Ogden, UT
84408; 801-626-6814; fax 801-626-7760; sthomas_at_weber.edu

Forces of Change in Technical and Professional Communication
Shelley Thomas, 1201 University Circle, Weber State University, Ogden, UT
84408; 801-626-6814; fax 801-626-7760; sthomas_at_weber.edu

Technical and Professional Communication in the Classroom
Sandra Hill, 207 Glenmar Avenue, Monroe, LA 71201; 318-267-4696; fax 318-
342-1491; shill_at_ulm.edu

Technical and Professional Communication in the Workplace and Beyond
Ryan Hoover, Texas Tech University, Box 43091, Lubbock, TX 79409; 936-438-
1378; ryan.hoover_at_ttu.edu

Theory and Research in Technical and Professional Communication
Erik Juergensmeyer, 105 Wood Haven, Durango, CO 81303; 970-764-5788;
juergensmeyer_e_at_fortlewis.edu

Rhetorical Criticism*
Gary Hatch, 237 West 850 North, American Fork, UT 84003; 801-422-2402;
fax 801-422-0221; gary_hatch_at_byu.edu

Rhetorical Theory*
Gary Hatch, 237 West 850 North, American Fork, UT 84003; 801-422-2402;
fax 801-422-0221; gary_hatch_at_byu.edu

Peer Tutoring*
Gary Hatch, 237 West 850 North, American Fork, UT 84003; 801-422-2402;
fax 801-422-0221; gary_hatch_at_byu.edu

Second Language Writing*: Reports of Research and Discussion of Central
Issues in Second/Foreign Languages
Claudia Becker, N. Hampden Ct. Apt. 1107, Chicago, IL 60614; 773-610-
5010; fax 773-871-5449; claudiaabecker_at_hotmail.com

Writing Across the Curriculum
Stephanie Taitano, 28000 Marguerite Parkway, English Department, Mission
Viejo, CA 92692; 949-582-4788; fax 949-582-4992; sttaitano_at_comcast.net

Writing Programs
Kristine Hansen, 4177 JFSB, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602;
801-422-4775; kristine_hansen_at_byu.edu

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