The conference will be in Stephenville at Tarleton State University.
Please note that the creative writing submissions for the CCTE 2018 conference have been extended to Tuesday, October 31, by 5 p.m.
For the March 3, TCEA Breakfast, the speaker will be James Hannibal.
James Hannibal writes young adult books, and his most recent book, The Lost Property Office, is going to be made into a movie.
You can find out more about him at his website.
Updated CFP TCEA 2018. Updated July 16.
Updated CCTECCTE CFP, as of July 16.
Randall Popken Rhetoric Award presented to Arch Mayfield (TCU), for his paper “Nuns vs. Cowboys”
Rhetoric Area Pedagogy Award presented to Troy White and Zachary Beck (ETBU), for their paper “Reaching Out to the Tested Out: Investigating the Preparedness of Students Enrolling with Prior Composition Credit”
British Literature Award presented to Steve Weathers (ACU0, for his paper “Newman as Novelist: The Heart’s Secret Theology in _Callista_”
Literature Area Pedagogy Award presented to Brent Gibson (UMHB), for his paper “Why Read Literature?”
L.D. Hendricks Award, Best Literature Area Paper presented to Salena Parker ( Lamar U.), for her paper ” ‘A Fine Tang of Faintly Scented Urine’: An Analysis of Scorned Acts in Joyce’s _Ulysses_”
2017 TCEA Best Paper Award presented to Jerry Bradley (Lamar U.) for his poetry collection “Approaching the Coast of Arizona”, and to Moumin Quazi (Tarleton State U.), for his paper, “My Texas Inheritance”
2017 CCTE Frances Hernandez Teacher-Scholar Award presented to Moumin Quazi (Tarleton State U.), for his mentoring, teaching, and scholarly achievements.