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From CUNY Academic Commons

Monday, September 12, 2011 — 3-5 p.m. Cathy Davidson and the nature of attention in a digital world. Discussion led by Amanda Licastro. Meeting minutes to follow

Wednesday, September 21st, 2-4 pm: Richard Miller’s “On Asking Impertinent Questions” and workshop on crafting questions and prompts (Erica Kaufman)

Monday, September 26th, 2-4 pm: Creating/revising your teaching philosophies and putting together “evidence of teaching excellence” (Diana Epelbaum)

Monday, October 17th, 2-4 pm: Publication workshop led by Amy Wan, Assistant Professor of English, Queens College

Friday, October 21st, 1:30-3:30 pm: On disciplinarity (SAVE the DATE — this session will be followed by a GCCRC-sponsored Friday Forum faculty roundtable on the “disciplinary divides” with English studies, moderated by Jessica Yood)

Wednesday, October 26th, 2-4 pm: Digital Humanities toolkit (Amanda Licastro)

Monday, October 31st: Grant writing (…and mask making?) (Mark McBeth)

Wednesday, November 9th, 2-4 pm: Addressing Assessment (a discussion with Emily Issacs, Director of First-Year Writing and Associate Professor of English, Montclair State University)   

**November 11th, 3 p.m.: Mina Shaugnessey Lecture Series lecture: Victor Villanueva and Keith Gilyard at City College** We’ll meet at City College an hour early to discuss readings by Villanueva & Gilyard in preparation for their talk. Details TBA.

Monday, November 14th, 2-4 pm: Writing Center Pedagogy (Laurel Harris)

Monday, November 21st, 2-4 pm: Visual Rhetorics (Dominique Zino)

Wednesday, November 30, 4-6 pm: Grant Writing (Mark McBeth)

Wednesday, December 7, 2-4 pm: Working in the Archive (Mark McBeth and Ammiel Alcalay) 

  • All meetings take place in room 5409 at the Graduate Center unless otherwise noted in our weekly announcement. To receive weekly reminders of meeting dates and upcoming events, email gc.comprhet@gmail.com with a request to join the Comp-Rhet list serv! GCCRC meetings are open to all CUNY graduate students and faculty, regardless of campus or departmental affiliation.