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The 2018 CCCC Podcast shares stories of writing teachers and scholars, about their work and getting involved with groups in the Cs organization. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast. We'll be releasing and airing episodes the week of the conference. Our first episode goes live on March 13, and we'll have daily episodes to accompany the conference, March 14-17.

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The 2018 CCCC Podcast shares stories of writing teachers and scholars, about their work and getting involved with groups in the Cs organization. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast. We'll be releasing and airing episodes the week of the conference. Our first episode goes live on March 13, and we'll have daily episodes to accompany the conference, March 14-17.

    Saturday, March 17

    Saturday, March 17

    Today's conversations include discussions with:
    Jay Jordan - Committee on the Globalization of Postsecondary Education
    Mara Lee Grayson - NCTE Jewish Caucus
    Raymond Oenbring - International Researchers' Consortium

    Music in today's episode includes:
    Dazie Mae, "Sum of My Fears"
    Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley, "Like an Empty Sky"
    Real Vocal String Quartet, "Machine"
    William Ross, "Aim to Stay"
    William Ross Chernoff's Nomads, "In Shadows"
    Alejandro Escovedo, "Everybody Loves Me"
    Transcript available at: 
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rTOu4o3YMDeKHbmM7Za_JDAq85oJQCv6R2S1sKKXEaI/edit?usp=sharing

    Friday, March 16

    Friday, March 16

    Today's conversations include discussions with:
    Cruz Medina - Latinx Caucus
    Tamara Issak & Lana Oweidat - Arab / Muslim SIG
    Shane Wood - Escape and Reflection Room
    Lance Cummings - International Researchers' Consortium

    Music in today's episode includes:
    Dazie Mae, "Sum of My Fears"
    William Ross, "Aim to Stay"
    Drake Stafford, "Time"
    Thiaz Itch, "Etude No. 5, III."
    Aitua, "The Grim Reaper - I. Andante"
    William Ross Chernoff's Nomads, "In Shadows"
    Alejandro Escovedo, "Everybody Loves Me"
    Transcript available at: 
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZGd-kSMVXBBBmIlK2JmSlBpommUXLoYpBYR6s7_hv2A/edit?usp=sharing

    Thursday, March 15

    Thursday, March 15

    Today's conversations include discussions with:
    Kate Pantelides, Cassie Phillips, Melissa Nicolas - Feminist Caucus
    Violeta Molina Natera - International Researchers' Consortium
    Tarez Samra Graban - Non-western/Global Rhetorics SIG
    Links mentioned in the podcast include:
    Feminist Caucus White Paper, "Feminist Labor Practices and Ethical Working Conditions in Writing Programs: Statement of Values and Definitions":
    https://sites.google.com/view/feministcaucus/white-paper-draft-for-feedback
    Feminist Caucus Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/4cfeministcaucus/
    Music in today's episode includes:
    Dazie Mae, "Sum of My Fears"
    Kyle Preston, "A Sea Change"
    Drake Stafford, "Time"
    Aitua, "The Grim Reaper - I. Andante"
    William Ross Chernoff's Nomads, "In Shadows"
    Alejandro Escovedo, "Everybody Loves Me"
    Transcript available at: 
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iyfFEBDCaxgEVud11tKOuS4Q8YEMygIOYUl4NQF-qs4/edit?usp=sharing

    Wednesday, March 14

    Wednesday, March 14

    Today's conversations include discussions with:
    Scott Reed - C's the Day
    Brice Nordquist - Transnational Composition Group
    Sara Alvarez, Ligia Mihut, Santosh Khadka, Shyam Sharma - Transnational Composition Group
    Jacquelyn Hoermann-Elliot, Contemplative Pedagogy Workshop
    Links mentioned in the podcast include:
    C's the Day Facebook page: 
    https://www.facebook.com/Cs-the-Day-CCCC-the-Game-181401975237434/?hc_ref=ARQ7BdO6IugFOTd4v-OK1ifoQTv2nz-6BbMWZNujGqwF8yfKtAR1KrLMbU5rMNNQ7Rc
    Transnational Composition Group Facbook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/transnationalwriting/
    Music in today's episode includes:
    Thiaz Itch - "Etude No. 1 - III. (Phrygian)"
    Aitua - "The Grim Reaper - I. Andante"
    Thiaz Itch - "Etude No. 3 - II (Locrien)"
    Kyle Preston - "Rise"
    William Ross Chernoff's Nomads - "Ahmad"
    Digital Primitives - "No Holiday"
    Transcript available at:
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tB7upiAYN9kogHEKHb795nlvs1SRbNsMuFlaazz1444/edit?usp=sharing
     

    Tuesday, March 13 (with Asao Inoue, Rhea Estelle Lathan, GZ, Christiane Donahue)

    Tuesday, March 13 (with Asao Inoue, Rhea Estelle Lathan, GZ, Christiane Donahue)

    In today's podcast, I preview the first day of the 2018 CCCC Convention. To get ready, today’s episode will includes conversations with folks leading the new additions to the convention this year, which include the all-convention event, the Scholars for the Dream Lounge, and the Remote Accessibility Pilot.

    Today's conversations include discussions with:
    Dr. Asao B. Inoue, Program Chair, 2018 CCCC Convention
    Dr. Rhea Estelle Lathan, Chair, Scholars for the Dream Award
    Dr. Gregory Zobel (GZ), Remote Accessibility Pilot
    Dr. Christiane Donahue, co-founder of the International Researchers' Consortium
    Links mentioned in the podcast include
    Remote Accessibility Pilot Registration: https://secure.ncte.org/store/wbr
    International Researchers' Consortium Wiki: http://compfaqs.org/CompFAQsInternational/2018CCCCWorkshopOnInternationalResearch
    Music in today's episode includes:
    Thiaz Itch - "Mode Bartok"
    Krestovsky - "Yonah"
    Real Vocal String Quartet - "Kothbiro"
    Thiaz Itch - "Etude No. 3 - II (Locrien)"
    William Ross Chernoff's Nomads - "Ahmad"
    Digital Primitives - "No Holiday"
    Transcript available at:
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iGlSXjfE64oJHWHiOe2p-SHzAqs0Di9jgVbo7h8XUnY/edit?usp=sharing

    Welcome to 2018 CCCC Podcast!

    Welcome to 2018 CCCC Podcast!

    The 2018 CCCC Podcast shares stories of writing teachers and scholars,
    about their work and getting involved with groups in the Cs organization.
    You can listen and subscribe to the podcast. We'll be releasing and airing
    episodes the week of the conference. Our first episode goes live on March
    13, and we'll have daily episodes to accompany the conference, March 14-17.

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