Eleven from Virginia Tech to Present at the 71st Annual CCCC

Eleven faculty and graduate students from Virginia Tech will present as part of the 71st annual Conference on College Composition and Communication, April 7-10 (online).

Thursday, April 8
Sweta Baniya, Virginia Tech, Thur., 4/8, 3-4:30 p.m. ET, D.4 The Role of Academic Publishing Today: Studies in Writing and Rhetoric, “Systemic Exclusions: Who the Field Publishes, Who the Field Excludes” (Creating Writing and Publishing)
Sweta Baniya, Virginia Tech, Thur., 4/8, 4:30-5:30 p.m. ET, E.5 Best Practices for Teaching and Research about Environmental and Disaster Rhetorics, “Navigating Participant and Research Role to Explore Social Justice in Disaster Research” (Theory and Research Methodologies)

Friday, April 9
Megan Weaver, Virginia Tech, Fri., 4/9, 4-5 p.m. ET H.8 Explorations of Implicit and Explicit Racism in Curricular Language, Requirements, and Implementation, “(Un)Teaching the Hidden Curriculum of White Ways of Languaging” (First-year Writing)

Saturday, April 10
Netta Baker, Virginia Tech, Sat., 4/10, Teacher 2 Teacher (Saturday Special Event)

On-Demand Session
Jennifer Sano-Franchini, Virginia Tech, O.26 Confronting Patriarchy in Higher Education: The Writing Classroom, Title IX, and Academic Hiring (Writing Programs)

On-Demand Session
Katie Beth Brooks, Virginia Tech, O.41 Empowerment as a Commonplace for Literacy Instruction in Appalachia: Examining Competing Definitions in Historical and Contemporary Settings (Language and Literacy)

On-Demand Session
Sheila Carter-Tod, Virginia Tech, Chair, O.90 Race and Rhetoric(s), Rhetoric(s) of Race: Applying Critical Race Theory and Cultural Rhetoric(s) to Educational Environments (Language and Literacy)
Olayemi Awotayo, Virginia Tech, O.90 Race and Rhetoric(s), Rhetoric(s) of Race: Applying Critical Race Theory and Cultural Rhetoric(s) to Educational Environments, “The Voices of Our Ancestors: ‘Signifyin’ Black Subjectivity in the Protest Parody of MLK and Malcom X” (Language and Literacy)
Amilia Evans, Virginia Tech, O.90 Race and Rhetoric(s), Rhetoric(s) of Race: Applying Critical Race Theory and Cultural Rhetoric(s) to Educational Environments, “Mentoring Black Graduate Students at Historically White Colleges and Universities” (Language and Literacy)
Margaret Fernandes, Virginia Tech, O.90 Race and Rhetoric(s), Rhetoric(s) of Race: Applying Critical Race Theory and Cultural Rhetoric(s) to Educational Environments, “Antidialogical Whiteness and the Remembrance Project” (Language and Literacy)
André Jones, Virginia Tech, O.90 Race and Rhetoric(s), Rhetoric(s) of Race: Applying Critical Race Theory and Cultural Rhetoric(s) to Educational Environments, “‘Shut Up and Dribble’: The Rhetorics of Black Athletic Intersectionality” (Language and Literacy)
Michelle Williams, Virginia Tech, O.90 Race and Rhetoric(s), Rhetoric(s) of Race: Applying Critical Race Theory and Cultural Rhetoric(s) to Educational Environments, “Common Core Isn’t Common for Everyone: Conversations about Racial Complicity in Standardized Curriculum through the Lens of Critical Race Theory and Counter Narrative” (Language and Literacy)