Writers’ Residency Opportunities From the website: “Residency programs that are not annual, are less than four weeks in duration, or charge an application fee are not included here. The availability of residency programs may be contingent upon the host organization receiving Canada Council funding. Check with the host organization before applying.”

Dear members and friends of the CWCA, It is with great pleasure—and pride—that I can now officially announce that the IWCA board has voted unanimously to approve the CWCA as an affiliate organization. I am certain that this new relationship will bring strength, visibility, and many new opportunities to our association. I also want to […]

Specialist in Professional/Technical Writing and Digital Rhetorics/Humanities  From the job posting: The Department of English at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, invites applications for a 10-month term position in professional/technical communication, digital rhetorics/humanities, and writing in the disciplines. The position is subject to budgetary approval. Studies in writing, communication, and rhetoric is a […]

Originally posted on Minnesota English Journal Online:
Rhetorical Empathy in the Writing Classroom by Erin Kunz When developing a college composition course, content and methodology are always important considerations, but as instructors we also must consider how we can develop good practices in order to foster an intellectual environment. We try to create community for…

Jo-Anne Andre has finalized the CASDW Proceedings 2014 and they are available now. Many thanks to Jo-Anne for the time and effort she put into this project!

Originally posted on Doctoral Writing SIG:
This guest post is by Sue Starfield who is an associate professor in the School of Education and the Director of the Learning Centre at UNSW Australia, as well as co-author with Brian Paltridge of Thesis and dissertation writing in a second language: A handbook for supervisors. Sue teaches…

Assistant Professor, Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications at the University of Winnipeg “Areas of specialization are open, but may include the following: digital media and new media studies, rhetoric and cultural/critical theory, and the history and theory of rhetoric. Candidates should have, or be close to completing, a PhD in rhetoric, composition, communication, or […]


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