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Conference Presentations

Senior English Lecturer Keri Fitzgerald, and MARC students Arun Raman and Rachel Elliot will co-chair the roundtable "Complicating the Center: Confronting Hate and Discrimination" at the 2017 International Writing Centers of America in Chicago, Il.
MARC student Arun Raman was a respondent to the panel "Capitalism and Post-Colonial Theory" at the 20th Annual Student Philosophy Symposium in San Marcos, Tx, April 7, 2017. 
MARC student Arun Raman co-chaired the roundtable "Madness in Academia: Stories and Sense-making from Neurodiverse perspectives" at the 2017 Survive & Thrive Online Summit. 
Dr. Rebecca Jackson presented on the panel "Beyond the Anecdotal: Studying Writing Center Director Labor" at the 2016 International Writing Centers Association Conference in Denver, CO, October 13-17, 2016.
MARC student Nathaniel Hagemaster presented his paper "Playing 'Fishy' Drag in Digital Spaces: Creating Queer Gaming Identities that Resist Monstrous Forms of Queerness" at the 2016 PCA/ACA conference in Seattle, Washington.
MARC student Kristin Milligan presented "Discussions of Racism and White Privilege: Can Writing Centers Afford to Ignore Them?" at the SUNY Conference on Writing 2016 on March 5th, 2016 in Albany, New York. 
The MARC program was well represented at the third annual Trends in Teaching College Composition Conference hosted by Collin College in Mckinney, Texas. Dr. Jaíme Mejia presented "Using Sociology to Assess Audience Awareness in FYC Classes." Clare Murray presented "'This I believe': Latin@ Narratives in Freshman Student Writing" and Edward Garza presented "...And El Español Did Not Devour Them: Crossing Composition Borders with LatinX Literature." 
Dr. Eric Leake presented "Recovering Empathy with Things" at the 2016 Rhetoric Society of America conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
The MARC program was well represented at the 2016 Conference on College Composition and Communication in Houston, Texas by Dr. Octavio Pimentel, Dr. Eric Leake, and Dr. Rebecca Jackson. Dr. Pimentel presented "Opening the Gateway: The Power of Dual Language Composition Courses"; Dr. Leakepresented "Empathy and the Essay: Writing in Response to Perspective-Taking Prompts"; and Dr. Jackson will acted as a respondent to speakers on a panel about MA programs sponsored by the Master's Degree Consortium of Writing Studies Specialists. (MDCWSS). As co-chairs of the Master's Degree Consortium of Writing Studies Specialists, Dr. Leakeand Dr. Jackson conducted the consortium's annual business meeting at 4Cs.
MARC student, Nathaniel Hagemaster will be presented at the graduate student conference (E)racing Theory, (En)gendering Praxis at the University of California in Irvine. The conference was on March 2nd and 3r of 2017. The paper he presented on was "Queening the Intersection: Using Drag Rhetoric and Intersectional Theory in Critical Composition Pedagogy."
Current MARC students- Emily Rybarski and Arun Raman will be presenting on a panel at the Conference on Community Writing in Boulder, Colorado. The conference will be October 19th- 21st of 2017. The title of their panel is "Community Writing Pedagogies: From Pre-Revolutionary Foundations to Contemporary FYC Applications."