2016 Conference Pictures

Literature Panels

Kayla Kori groupLiterature panel on Shakespeare and Dickens: (pictured from left to right): Kayla Sanderson, ACU; Melissa Mark Wilson, Tarleton State University; Anna Schaap, Tarleton State University; Kori Cowart, ACU

Tracee's panelLiterature panel on Post-Colonial Studies: (pictured from left to right): Jasa Rossau, Dallas Baptist University; Tracee Roe, ACU; Brianne Dayley, Texas Tech University; Penelope Ingram, University of Texas at Arlington

Daniel Archer's panel

Literature panel on Applications of Critical Theories: (pictured from left to right): Daniel Archer, ACU; Rachel Allison, Tarleton State University; Charles Popp, Lamar University; Yolanda Gonzales, McClennan Community College

Biblical texts panel

Literature panel on Biblical Themes: (pictured from left to right): Mark Patterson, ACU; Kalyn Price, ACU; Parker Gordon, ACU; Brent Gibson, University of Mary-Hardin Baylor

Laura Patterson's panel

Literature panel on Sue Monk Kidd’s The Invention of Wings: (pictured from left to right): Deborah Kuhlmann, Wayland Baptist University; Cindy Marlow McClenagan, Wayland Baptist University; Laura Patterson, ACU; Maria O’Connell, Wayland Baptist University

President’s Forum Speakers: David Martin Davies and Yvette Benavides

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Frances Hernández Teacher-Scholar Award Winner: 
Jeffrey DeLotto of Texas Wesleyan University

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Jeffrey DeLotto and Moumin Quazi CCTE 2016

Shakespeare Award Winner: Kayla Sanderson with Moumin Quazi

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Rhetoric Sessions (5 of 6)

These are from 5 of our 6 sessions in Rhetoric and Composition (I’m sorry I missed one). I can tell you with confidence the names of those people in these pictures because of the program.
The first from left to right is Peggy Kulesz, Sarah Visser, and Jo Ward.
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The second from left to right is Cecilia Bonner, Sami Atassi, and Sarah Snyder.
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The 3rd is from left to right Charlotte Lucke and Gregory Jeffers.
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The 4th is from left to right Linda Cole Carroll and Pamela S. Saur seated and Joyce Kerr Tarpley standing.
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The 5th is from left to right Jacquelyn Hoermann, Heidi Bardenhagen, and Kori Cowart.
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After Award Congratulations and Hugs

Since it was my camera and Dr. Chris Willerton was my professor, most of the pictures are of him and those who wanted to congratulate him on winning the Frances Hernández Scholar-Teacher Award.

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Chris and birthday celebrant Linda Cook:
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Chris talking to people out of the frame:
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Chris and Gwen Whitehead, Lamar University:
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Chris, Gwen, and Gilchrist:
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Chris and Arch Mayfield, “retired” from Wayland Baptist (but teaching 2 online classes) and TCU (also 2 classes):
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Chris:
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Chris with ACU colleague and former student Steve Weathers:
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Gilchrist and Chris pose with “the plaque”:
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Jana Anderson of LCU takes their plaque back (Chris’ will come to ACU soon) and hugs Chris. Jana was a graduate student at Abilene Christian.
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Chris and Jana:
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Suanna Davis of ACU, Chris, and Moumin Quazi of Tarleton State:
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Jana Anderson graciously took pictures. Thank you, Jana! Drs. Davis and Willerton:
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Chris and Bob Frye (last year’s Frances Hernández Scholar-Teacher Award winner):
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Out With the Old, In With the New… Or How Moumin Finally Got the Briefcase

Gilchrist White, in her last act as CCTE President 2013-14, introduced President-Elect Moumin Quazi, Tarleton State, as the 2014-15 CCTE President.

The new president is presented with a briefcase that may have been carried by CCTE’s first president 80+ years ago.
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Newly installed president Moumin Quazi explains he has been waiting years to get his hands on that briefcase.
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The new president is also presented with a gavel. The only time I’ve ever seen the gavel used was as it was being handed over. Perhaps it is also bordering on being an antique, like the briefcase?
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