Description: The teaching of writing is dispersed across different courses, programs, and faculty members, inside and outside English departments. The variety of expertise, definitions of writing, and pedagogies lead to territorial disputes but also to collaborations. Panelists discuss practices that foster productive intersections among writing studies, literary studies, and creative writing.
Claire E. Buck, Wheaton C, MA
Khirsten Echols, U of Pittsburgh
Gerald Graff, U of Illinois, Chicago
Jacqueline L. Gray, St. Charles Community C, MO
Robert Kilgore, U of South Carolina, Beaufort
Sarah Swofford, U of South Carolina, Beaufort
Vershawn Young, U of Waterloo