Association conferences

215 - Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW)

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215
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The Canadian Association for Studies in Discourse and Writing is a small group of welcoming and engaged researchers and teachers who are interested in all aspects of how discourse and writing work in the world, including the following topics:
- multiliteracies
- L2 language writing
- doctoral writing
- undergraduate writing
- scholarly communication
- writing in the professions
- technical writing
- writing and the scholarship of teaching and learning
- rhetorical genre studies
- rhetorical theory
- rhetorical analysis
- discourse analysis
- writing centre theory and practice
- communication
- applied linguistics
- literacies studies
- writing assessment
- and/or the pedagogy of professional and technical writing,
as well as the influence of AI on contemporary writing. Our 2024 conference, which will take place primarily in person, will feature workshops, roundtables, and research or teaching presentations on these topics and will engage our shared theme: “Sustaining Writing in a Time of Crisis.”

Program Chair(s)
Sarah Banting, Mount Royal University

Local Arrangement Coordinator(s)
Sarah Banting, Mount Royal University

Membership
For more information, contact the association directly. Please note that conference registration fees are separate from the association’s membership fees.

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