Writing Research Across Borders, Symposium W9, 22/02, 14:00-16:00 Interdependencies and Cross-Pollination between Canadian and U.S.

Writing Studies

Emplaced Disciplinary Networks from Middle Altitude
Derek Mueller, Eastern Michigan University, derek.mueller@emich.edu

Canadian and U.S. Writing Studies Interdependencies Survey
87 invited, 25 responses, 28.7% response rate; see instrument online at http://writing.emuenglish.org/caus-survey/

1. Where are you from? 2. From what institutions did you obtain the following degrees (as applies)? BA or BS, MA or MS, PhD, Other. Please specify degree. 3. Where do you currently live and how long have you been there? City, Province or City, State; x years, x months 4. What is your current (or most recent) academic teaching, research, or administrative appointment? Please include the name of the institution. 5. What professional organizations do you belong to? List up to five. 6. What conferences do you attend most frequently? 7. What professional/disciplinary listservs to you subscribe to? 8. Which journals and presses (including both print and online) have you published in and do you consider the most amenable to your scholarship? 9. Please indicate the geographic circulation/reach of the journals and presses you identified in the previous question. Primarily Canada, Primarily U.S., North America, International 10. Do you see yourself primarily as a Canadian scholar, an American one, something in between, or something else? Canadian scholar, American scholar, Something in between, Something else

Inquiry Atlas/Maps of Career Activity
The maps are accessible for further exploration at the following URLs:

Map I: Survey Respondents according to Footprint, Starburst, Hub Model (Synchronic) http://lab.earthwidemoth.com/lines.html Map II: Survey Respondents according to Paths Model (Diachronic) http://lab.earthwidemoth.com/path.html Map III: Mentoring Network: Dale Jacobs, U Windsor http://lab.earthwidemoth.com/network.html

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