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12th International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference
If one of the lifelines of WAC involves facilitating workshops with/for faculty, TAs, tutors, and others across campus, then how can we better attend to issues of racial diversity? This interactive session looks at the intersection of the writing center pedagogies and critical race studies. Featuring reflection on a series of movement-based workshops, the co-authors argue for a high-risk, high-yield model of facilitation, one that requires awareness of social locations, identities, and histories.
Godbee, Beth and Tang, Jasmine Kar, "High Risk, High Yield: Embodied Facilitation for Racial Justice in Writing Workshops Across the Disciplines" (2014). English Faculty Research and Publications. 341.