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English Department Calendar : English Department Calendar: Dr. Anis Bawarshi research talk
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Dr. Anis Bawarshi research talk

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Stevenson 401

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10/21/2013 7:00 PM

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10/21/2013 8:00 PM

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RESEARCH TALK: “Accounting for Genre Performances: Why Uptake Matters” October 21st at 7PM in Stevenson 133
 
Anis Bawarshi is Professor of English and Director of the Expository Writing Program at University of Washington, where he teaches courses in composition theory and pedagogy, rhetorical genre theory, discourse analysis, rhetoric, and knowledge transfer. He is currently series co-editor for Reference Guides to Rhetoric and Composition with Parlor Press and Program Profiles Co-Editor for the journal Composition Forum, and serves on the editorial board for the journal College Composition and Communication. His publications include Genre: A Historical, Theoretical, and Pedagogical Introduction (2010; with Mary Jo Reiff); Genre and the Invention of the Writer (2003); Scenes of Writing: Strategies for Composing with Genres (2004; with Amy J. Devitt and Mary Jo Reiff), A Closer Look: A Writer’s Reader (2003; with Sidney I. Dobrin); and articles and book chapters on genre, uptake, invention, and knowledge transfer in composition. His current work is focused on knowledge transfer in composition, genre uptake and materiality, and the performance of public genres. He is currently co editing a book that examines genre and the performance of publics and a book collection that profiles writing program ecologies.

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