Issue 7.1: Featured Issue – (Re)Investigating Writing Center Commonplaces

Winter 2023

Editorial Note: Special Issue on (Re)Investigating Our Commonplaces in Writing Centers

  • Srividya Natarajan, King’s University College
  • Wenqi Cui, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Krista Speicher Sarraf, California Polytechnic State University

Expanding Writing Center Space-Time: Tutoring Modality, Access, and Equity

  • Kyle L. Barron, University of Connecticut
  • Kathryn Warrender-Hill, University of Connecticut
  • Sophie Wallis Buckner, University of Connecticut
  • Psyche Z. Ready, University of Connecticut
  • Srividya Natarajan, King’s University College
  • Valentina Galeano Cardona, King’s University College
  • Josephine Bondi, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto
  • Tian Yang, Institute for Management and Innovation, University of Toronto

Under the “We” Umbrella: Inclusive and Exclusive “We” Language in the Writing Center

  • Michelle A. Marvin, University of Notre Dame

Challenging Writing Centers’ Commonplaces: An Emerging Director’s Take on Complicity and Social Justice and its Place in the University

  • Sherwin Kawahakui Ranchez Sales, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Extending Our Boundaries by Empowering Our Community

  • Allie Johnston, Austin Peay State University
  • Katarina Hughes Roush, Austin Peay State University
  • Etenia Mullins, Austin Peay State University

Writing Center Reporting Strategies That Subvert Institutional Absurdities

  • Erica Cirillo-McCarthy, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Celeste Del Russo, Rowan University
  • Amanda Fields, Central Connecticut State University
  • Elizabeth Leahy, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Elizabeth Geib Chavin, Slippery Rock University
  • Allison Wade, Purdue University
  • Dawn An, Marymount Manhattan College
  • Megan Connor, John Carroll University
  • Mackenzie Clinger, John Carroll University
  • Lisa Bell, Utah Valley University
  • Carlee Shimek, University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
  • Elaine Khoo, University of Toronto Scarborough
  • Xiangying Huo, University of Toronto Scarborough

Using Enculturation as an Inclusive Tool in Writing Centres

  • Matt Rahimian, Huron University College

Special Thanks to Issue 7.1: Featured Issue’s Reviewers:

  • Naveera Ahmed, King’s University College
  • Hidy Basta, Seattle University
  • Lauren Brentnell, Texas State University
  • Jeremy Caldwell, Doane University
  • Eric Camarillo, Tarrant County College
  • Nikki Chasteen, Nova Southeastern University
  • William DeHerder, Saginaw Valley State University
  • Renee Ann Drouin, Norwich University
  • Chinelo Ezenwa, Western University
  • Laurie (Loretta) Gibson, King’s University College, Ontario Canada
  • Katherine L. Hall, Virginia Tech
  • Erin Jensen, Belmont Abbey College
  • Mehnaz Lamia, OCAD University Writing and Learning Centre
  • Julia Lane, Simon Fraser University
  • Anqi Li, OCAD University
  • Michelle Lisi, University of Maine at Augusta
  • Georganne Nordstrom, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
  • Meng-Hsien Neal Liu, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
  • Walter Lucken IV, Wayne State University
  • Havva Zorluel Özer, Sinop University
  • Kim Fahle Peck, York College of Pennsylvania
  • Emma Catherine Perry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Matt Rahimian, Huron University College
  • Rachel Rys, Baruch College, CUNY
  • Xiao Tan, Arizona State University
  • Brooklyn Walter, Washington State University
  • Veronica Wisnewski-Parks, North Carolina State University
  • Omar Yacoub, Indiana University of Pennsylvania