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Stories That Speak to Us, H. Lewis Ulman, Scott Lloyd DeWitt, and Cynthia L. Selfe, eds.
Stories That Speak to Us—a digital collection of scholarly, curated exhibits—is designed to investigate literacy narratives from a number of perspectives: to explore why they are important, what information they carry about reading and composing, why they might be valuable, not only for scholars and teachers, but also for librarians, community literacy workers, individual citizens and groups of people. As the editors and authors collectively suggest, literacy narratives are powerfully rhetorical linguistic accounts through which people fashion their lives; make sense of their world, indeed construct the realities in which they live. Read more.
The New Work of Composing, Debra Journet, Cheryl Ball, and Ryan Trauman, eds.
The New Work of Composing is a book-length collection whose purpose is to examine the complex and semiotically rich challenges and opportunities posed by new modes of composing, new forms of rhetoric, new concepts of texts and textuality, and new ways of making meaning. In particular, this book explores how digital media are shaping our understanding of scholarly projects within composition studies. Read more.
Transnational Literate Lives in Digital Times, Patrick W. Berry, Gail E. Hawisher, and Cynthia L. Selfe
Transnational Literate Lives in Digital Times is a book-length project designed to document how people outside and within the United States take up digital literacies and fold them into the fabric of their daily lives. This research contributes to our knowledge of the impact of digital media on literate practices and also provides a basis for developing approaches for studying and teaching successful practices. Read more.
Call for Projects
The editors of CCDP invite proposals that address the use, impact, and study of digital media, spaces, and practices. Read more.