Publications

"Dialogue and Disciplinary Space: WPA-L Working Group and nextGEN"

"The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students"

"The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students"

Cover of volume 47, number 2 of the Composition Studies journal

A dialogue between the WPA-L Working Group and the nextGEN Start-Up Team about power and disciplinary space. 


Contributing nextGEN Start-Up Team Members include: Sweta Baniya, Sara Doan, Gavin P. Johnson, Ashanka Kumari, Kyle Larson, and Virginia M. Schwarz. 


Contributing WPA-L Working Group Members include: Kyle Bohunicky, Kefaya Diab, Karin Evans, Christine Garcia, Traci Gardner, Mara Lee Grayson, Regina McManigell Grijalva, Holly Hassel, Brian Hendrickson, Adam Hubrig, Barry Maid, Cara Marta Messina, Bernice Olivas, Mike Palmquist, and Iris Ruiz.

"The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students"

"The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students"

"The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students"

Xchanges journal logo

In this forthcoming article for Xchanges, founding nextGEN moderators--Ashanka Kumari, Sweta Baniya, and Kyle Larson--discuss the use of genre disruption in building nextGEN as an advocacy space.

“Building an International Coalitional Listserv for and by Graduate Students"

"The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students"

“Building an International Coalitional Listserv for and by Graduate Students"

Computers and Composition journal logo

In this forthcoming article for Computers & Composition, contributing Start-Up Team members discuss the critical digitla literacies of building nextGEN and its implications for what "digital safety" means and entails when understood through coalitional politics. 


Contributing Start-Up Team members include: Sweta Baniya, Sara Doan, Gavin P. Johnson, Ashanka Kumari, Kyle Larson, and Virgina M. Schwarz.