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Call for Submissions: COVID-19 and the Question of a Future for Disability and Composition

How can we possibly write right now? How do we write when the world is spinning, when our bodyminds [1] are constantly responding to the material, social, emotional, and psychical pressures of grief, mourning, death, sickness, disabling infrastructures, state-sanctioned violence, and university-sanctioned negligence? Is there a future for disability and composition? This is the framing … Continue reading Call for Submissions: COVID-19 and the Question of a Future for Disability and Composition

12/30/2020: “Between Learning and Opportunity: A Study of African American Coders’ Networks of Support” by Antonio Byrd

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Between Learning and Opportunity: A Study of African American Coders' Networks of Support" by Antonio Byrd. The essay is published in the 7:2 issue of Literacy in Composition Studies. Between Learning and OpportunityPDF Dr. Antonio Byrd studies how the legacies of Black literacy for liberation carry forward into new technologies and … Continue reading 12/30/2020: “Between Learning and Opportunity: A Study of African American Coders’ Networks of Support” by Antonio Byrd

12/12/2020: “Cassandra Isn’t Doing the Robot: On Risky Rhetorics and Contagious Autism” by Remi Yergeau

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Cassandra Isn't Doing the Robot: On Risky Rhetorics and Contagious Autism" by Remi Yergeau. The essay is published in Rhetoric Society Quarterly's 50:3 issue (2020). PDF Version Excerpt: "As a theory, it highlights fissures in rhetorical studies, enabling us to pinpoint how and where gendered rhetorics have elided more capacious figurings … Continue reading 12/12/2020: “Cassandra Isn’t Doing the Robot: On Risky Rhetorics and Contagious Autism” by Remi Yergeau