Call for papers: International Researchers Consortium Workshop, Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 9-12, 2022, Chicago, IL (or online if need be). Deadline: proposal, May 25, 2021; draft text: December 2021.
The International Researchers Consortium is working on a proposal for a 14th annual day-long international research workshop, at the 2022 College Conference on Composition and Communication (CCCC) conference located in the U.S. Though your research is not required to connect to conference themes, this year’s theme is diversity, equity, and linguistic justice.
Organizers invite proposals for up to 24 researcher-participant roles, focused on studies that promote insights into international research and negotiation of conditions beyond national contexts for writing in higher education around the world. By research, they mean a project with a focused research question, an identified methodology (qualitative, quantitative, ethnographic, historical, discourse analysis, corpus, etc.), and the collection of data in some form. This research can be at any stage and does not need to be final. The goal would be to provide a draft text about the research by the end of December 2021, to read the other workshop facilitators’ texts before attending the CCCC conference, and to participate in the day-long workshop by leading a discussion about your own project and participating in discussions of a subset of others’ projects.