Wrap Up: Makerspaces and Composition Practices Blog Carnival

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Zines in the making, University of Maryland, 2012

Zines in the making, University of Maryland, 2012

Sheridan notes that “[c]omposers are embedded within the networks of tools, raw materials, spaces, media, and people; these networks profoundly shape rhetorical practices.” In the Makerspaces and Composition Practices blog carnival, we’ve seen scholars explore all the ways that material objects shape rhetorical composing, from makerspaces from a variety of angles, from [example]to [example]to [example]. We also had a great conversation on Twitter. If you missed any of the posts in the series, here’s the full list of contributions in the series:

How does making inform your writing practice? Talk back in the comments?

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Paula is a PhD graduate fellow at The Ohio State University studying rhetoric, composition, and literacy. Her research interests lie at the intersection of writing centers and multiliteracies. You can visit her online at paula-miller.com

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