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Moving, Slowly: Transnational Composition

By Bruce Horner, Ph.D. (An entirely, if also necessarily, partial “beginnings” narrative of the Transnational Composition SIG) In 2008, when I decided to propose a SIG meeting (for the 2009 CCCC), I was responding to growing pressures for and interest … Continue reading

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Suresh Canagarajah on Translingualism: A Four Part Interview, Part IV

Shakil Rabbi, PhD candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Pennsylvania State University, spends the hour with Suresh Canagarajah, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor and Director of the Migration Studies Project at Pennsylvania State University, to discuss  the role and position of translingualism amidst neoliberalism, … Continue reading

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Suresh Canagarajah on Translingualism: A Four Part Interview, Part III

Shakil Rabbi, PhD candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Pennsylvania State University, spends the hour with Suresh Canagarajah, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor and Director of the Migration Studies Project at Pennsylvania State University, to discuss  the role and position of translingualism amidst neoliberalism, … Continue reading

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Suresh Canagarajah on Translingualism: A Four Part Interview, Part II

Shakil Rabbi, PhD candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Pennsylvania State University, spends the hour with Suresh Canagarajah, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor and Director of the Migration Studies Project at Pennsylvania State University, to discuss  the role and position of translingualism amidst neoliberalism, … Continue reading

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Suresh Canagarajah on Translingualism: A Four Part Interview, Part I

Shakil Rabbi, PhD candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Pennsylvania State University, spends the hour with Suresh Canagarajah, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor and Director of the Migration Studies Project at Pennsylvania State University, to discuss  the role and position of translingualism amidst neoliberalism, … Continue reading

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