ISD3: Re-envisioning Graduate Communications from a Raciolinguistic Lens


About

This Working Group uses a raciolinguistic lens to examine graduate student communication pedagogy, mentorship, program administration, and research, to explore practices, create inclusive programs/pedagogies, and disrupt the regulation of student communication.

Open to New People

Active since: 2020

  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Rochester Institute of Technology

Collaborative Goals

For 2021-2022, we held one event: a Zoom discussion with Dr. Alexandria Lockett about her work in graduate communication, "Race, place, and writing centers." The discussion went as planned with a recorded video that could be used by the Working Group members.

Group Organizers

Brice Nordquist

Assistant Professor of Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition

Mary Jane Curry

Associate Professor of Education, University of Rochester

Stanley Van Horn

Director, English Language Center

Group Outcomes

The availability of Zoom has made possible all of the five formal events of our Working Group over the past two years (four invited guest discussions and one general Working Group meeting) and supported planning meetings by the organizers. While most presenters declined to give permission for us to share the Zoom recording of their event, some did. In addition, presenters shared PDFs of their work via Google docs or email.