About Michael J. Faris
Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
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A few years back, when an interesting article would seem to capture the attention of blogging scholars in rhetoric and composition, someone might call for a blogging carnival about the article. There might be a more recent example, but the … Continue reading
After reading Karen Kopelson’s “Sp(l)itting Images; or, Back to the Future of (Rhetoric and?) Composition” (CCC 59.4), I was even more excited that Derek called for a carnival on the article. Kopelson’s article inquires into the “pedagogical imperative” that graduate … Continue reading
Derek’s made a call for a carnival on Karen Kopelson’s “Sp(l)itting Images; or, Back to the Future of (Rhetoric and?) Composition” (CCC 59.4, June 2008). Read the article and join! I’ll be reading it shortly and posting about it soon, … Continue reading
I didn’t even think about this, but Jeff Ward does a great job of linking Trimbur’s article to the work of Geoffrey Sirc, writing: Geof’s mission, or at least my take on it based in direct conversation as well as … Continue reading
Here’s my carnival contribution on John Trimbur’s article “Changing the question: Should writing be studied?” (Composition Studies 31.1, Spring 2003): The discussion so far is pretty rich (see my previous post for a list of other contributors; Ten Minutes a … Continue reading