Competitively Selected Presenters

Olga Aksakalova, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY

Literacy and Civic Engagement in a Transnational WPA Practice: The Case of Russia

Joel Bloch, The Ohio State University

Renewing the Collaboration between L1 and Multilingual Research

Lucas Corcoran, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Keeping Translingualism Critical

Aldair Diaz Gomez and Carol Yadira Pimiento Jaimes, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Global Tendencies in the Teaching of Academic Writing

Summer Dickinson, Indiana University of PA

Sensation and Writing: Action for Somatic Minded Writing Instruction

William Fitzgerald and Brynn Kairis, Rutgers University-Camden

One Professor at a Time: An Archipelagic Model of Learning to Write in the Disciplines

Charles Grimm, Georgia State University

“Content-Less Pandering”: Collaborative Learning Mediated through Wikis

Magnus Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology

Looking at the Future of Writing in Higher Education with a Pair of Glasses Focused on Disciplinary Literacy Expertise

Emily Isaacs, Montclair State University

Kitzhaber’s Methodological Legacy

Dalyn Luedtke, Norwich University

The Constraints and Affordance of ‘Good Writing’: What Student Editors Talk About When They Talk About Multimodal Writing

Justine Neiderhiser, Ohio Northern University

Mixing Methods to Maximize Results: A Case for Using Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Practice-Based Research

Jason Peters, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Unsettling Histories: Language Ideologies and Nationalist Formation in North America

Christine Rosalia, Hunter College

The Ultimate Method Triangulation: Writer-teacher-researcher

Shakil Rabbi, Pennsylvania State University

Writing Authority in the Disciplines: Literacy Practices and the Legitimization of Multilingual PhD Scholars

Shawna Shapiro, Middlebury College

Bridging Micro and Macro Perspectives Through Critical Discourse Analysis of Written Texts

Kathleen Skubidowski and Adela Langrock, Middlebury College

Using Embedded Portfolios to Assess Student Progression in Writing in the Disciplines: A Four-Year Panel Study

Xiaoqiong You, University of New Hampshire

Writing Resources Deployed by Multilingual International Students in the Disciplines

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