Call for Webtexts (Deadline: Rolling)
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, one of the leading peer-reviewed journals in English Studies, publishes scholarship that examines digital and multimodal composing practices and promotes work that enacts scholarly argument through rhetorical and innovative media. We are actively seeking webtexts and multimedia compositions related to the intersections of rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy for upcoming open-themed issues for all seven sections:
Topoi: Extended scholarly and often theoretically driven analyses of large-scale issues
Praxis: scholarly investigations with an emphasis on what happens in the writing/rhetoric classroom and why
PraxisWiki: useful, provocative, and practical information and ideas for scholars and teachers
Inventio: webtexts that also articulate how and why this webtext came into being
Reviews: Individual or collaborative reviews of books, media, and other texts
Interviews: Extended interviews with scholars doing interesting and valuable work
Disputatio: webtext versions of "letters to the editor" that respond to Kairos texts, themes, or issues in the field
We ask that if you are considering submitting your work to Kairos, you first browse current and previous issues to determine if your work fits into what we do as well as to determine which section best matches your work. We also ask that you review the more detailed guidelines on our journal's site under How to Submit before contacting the editorial staff.
Every submission goes through the journal's extensive peer-review process. Questions and pre-submission queries should be directed to email@example.com.
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