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Investigating White Privilege in Writing Centers: Some Recommendations for A ‘Fair’ Inquiry

Call:  A graduate student is in the beginning stages of writing a thesis about race and writing centers.  She asks her writing center colleagues (via listserv) to write her a response to two questions–how do they see white privilege manifesting… Continue Reading

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CONJURE AS RHETORICAL TRADITION, CRAFT, AND LITERARY PHILOSOPHY (PAMLA 2015, Portland)

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of presenting my work at PAMLA.  The talk, “Conjure as Rhetorical Tradition, Craft, and Literary Philosophy:  Some Critical Notes on Zora Neale Hurston’s Art of Writing” was part of an African-American Literature panel, in which… Continue Reading