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Thursday, October 11 • 4:30pm - 5:45pm
The Future of Academic Writing and Publishing

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What is “academic writing”? How has what we call “academic writing” changed to reflect digital landscapes, diverse audiences, and new publishing platforms? This panel, comprised of academic authors, bloggers, textbook producers, and publishing professionals, discusses recent challenges to definitions of academic writing and how we might anticipate further changes in coming decades. Panelists include Adam Winsler, Emily H. Green, Doug Eyman, Laura Wheeler Poms and John Warren. Sponsored by Writing Across the Curriculum

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Douglas Eyman

Douglas Eyman teaches courses in digital rhetoric, technical and scientific communication, and professional writing at George Mason University where he directs the MA in Professional Writing and Rhetoric and the PhD in Writing and Rhetoric. Douglas is the senior editor and publisher... Read More →
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Emily H. Green

Emily H. Green is assistant professor of musicology at George Mason University. Her work examines music as a product of economic and social structures rather than as an expression of the pure “genius” of historical figures. She writes on the music trade in the age of Mozart and... Read More →
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Laura Wheeler Poms

Laura Wheeler Poms is an Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Program Coordinator in the Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University. She is an occupational health psychologist focusing on how an individual's work environment influences physical and mental... Read More →
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John Warren

John W. Warren is Director and Associate Professor, Masters of Professional Studies in Publishing program at George Washington University. Previously, he was Director of George Mason University Press/Mason Publishing. Warren has more than twenty-five years of management experience... Read More →
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Adam Winsler

Dr. Adam Winsler is professor of applied developmental psychology and associate chair of graduate studies in the Psychology Department at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. His research, represented in over 100 publications, examines early childhood education, school... Read More →



Thursday October 11, 2018 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Johnson Center, 3rd Floor, Meeting Room F 4477 Aquia Creek Ln, Fairfax, VA 22030