While we are sad we can't see you all in Milwaukee this year, we are excited to recreate our booth in this space. Below, you'll find links to all our new and soon-to-be published titles that are debuting this year, and we are offering a special 60% discount with free domestic shipping on all composition, rhetoric and writing studies titles, so be sure to stock up! Just fill your shopping cart and use promo code CCCC2020VB at checkout.
(Please note books that are not-yet-published will backorder, with estimated publication dates very likely to change due to current circumstances.)
In addition, we are hosting a number of different resources for our authors, including videos and papers connected to their new books or presentations and talks they had planned to give in person at our CCCC 2020 Resources page.
If you had a project you were hoping to talk to us about, just reach out to Rachael Levay at . If you have questions about this offer, title availability, or the website, or would like to add something to the resources page, please email Beth Svinarich at .
Learning Thresholds in Writing, Composition, Rhetoric, and Literacy
Rhetoric, Ethics, and the Teaching of Writing
A Theory of Rhetorical Empathy
Techniques for the Systematic Coding of Text, Talk, and Other Verbal Data
Activism, Engagement, Praxis
Graduate Instructors and the Teaching of First-Year Composition
Affective Digital Mediations toward Film-Composition
A Theory, a History, a Reflection
Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition
A Theory of Practice for Writing Studies Researchers
Building Equity and Inclusion in the Compassionate Writing Classroom
Contextualizing the Past, Present, and Future of MOOCs
Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors
Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia
Curricular and Pedagogical Inquiries
Essays in Honor of Sharon Crowley
Community Perspectives on Community-Based Learning
Physicality, Improvisation, and the Teaching of Writing
Two-Year College Perspectives
Senior Scholars and Their Colleagues Deliberate the Past, Present, and Future of Writing Studies