Digital Posters



Betsy Bowen, Fairfield University, “‘Inspired Engagement’: Community Writing in a Mission-Driven Institution”

Deborah Romero, Emily Anderson, Amy Rodearmel, Yael Schechter, Shanda Torres, University of Northern Colorado, “Rewriting the Word and the World: Preservice Teachers Engaging in Multiliteracies for Student Empowerment”

Matthew Hurwitz, University of Massachusetts Lowell, “Service-Learning and First-Year Composition: Writing Towards a University-Community Ecology”

Erin Kunz, Mayville State University, “Writing Instructor as Travel Guide”


Nancy Bartley, University of Washington, “Raising the Dead: Hanging Your Story on the Skeleton of History”

Andrea Paolini, University of Pittsburgh, “Aiming High and Plugging In: Engaging Global Girls in Blogging”

Nicole Turnipseed, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, “Writing the Self, Righting Our World: Holistic Literate Development and the Sustenance of Social Worlds”

Jill Darling, University of Michigan Dearborn, “Public Writing and Social Justice Activism: Claudia Rankine and Ta-Nehisi Coates”

Margaret Williams, Western Carolina University, “Let’s Talk About Chalk: The Search for Useful Knowledge in a Rhetorical Ecology”


Andrew Golden, Florida International University, “The Digital Collage: Protest Art for the Activist Student”

Heather Martin, University of Denver, and Paul Sherman, University of Denver, “Students as Community Partners and Community Engagement Advocates”

Rik Hunter, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, “Encouraging Public Subjects of Rhetorical Inquiry and Action Through On-Campus Community Writing”

Brandon Whiting, Arizona State University,  “Researching ‘Dreamers’ in an Arizona Community College Writing Classroom”