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Building a Community, Having a Home: A History of the Conference on College Composition and Communication Asian/Asian American Caucus documents how Asian/Asian American teacher-scholars have emerged within and contributed to a number of areas in rhetoric and composition, as well as the National Council of Teachers of English and the Conference on College Composition and Communication in diverse and substantial ways from the 1960s to contemporary times. Contributors reflect on the spaces where the writing of history and the potential for community coalesce, ultimately demonstrating how a history that acknowledges the alliances, unexpected connections and coalitions, gaps, setbacks, and silences is necessary for sustaining a scholarly community that is persistently open to re/vision. Building a Community, Having a Home works toward these goals by including archival research and interviews with founding members alongside a bibliography of works in Asian/Asian American rhetoric and composition, and scholarly essays illustrating the contributions Asian/Asian American scholars have made to the history of rhetoric, world Englishes, writing program administration, and more. At the same time, the collection interweaves cross-generational perspectives and emerging work as a way of illustrating how institutional action, as well as the scholarly work of Asian/Asian American teacher-scholars has been circulated and carried forward over time.
Voices from the CCCC Asian/Asian American Caucus
Dominic Ashby, Holly Bruland, Karen Ching Carter, Stuart Ching, Jerry Won Lee, Peter Mayshle, Jolivette Mecenas, Iswari Pandey, Charlyne Sarmiento, Mira Shimabukuro, Hui Wu, Morris Young
Lawson Fusao Inada
Introduction: Re/Articulations of History, Re/Visions of Community
Terese Guinsatao Monberg, K. Hyoejin Yoon, and Jennifer Sano-Franchini
1 Taking Time for Feminist Historiography: Remembering Asian/Asian American Institutional and Scholarly Activism
Circulation Essay: The Presence of Asian/Asian American Scholars in College Composition and Communication (1950–2010)
Phuong Minh Tran, with a foreword by K. Hyoejin Yoon
2 "To Establish a Home within a Home": An Interview with LuMing Mao
3 "Developing Professional Relationships and Personal Friendships": An Interview with Morris Young
4 Fostering Our Efforts to "Write in the Spaces Left": Stories of Emergence in Asian American Rhetoric
Terese Guinsatao Monberg and Haivan V. Hoang
Circulation Essay: The Impact of Asian and Asian American Scholarship as a Productive, Contested Site
A Collection of Images and Archival Documents
5 A Survey of Research in Asian Rhetoric Reflections on "A Survey of Research in Asian Rhetoric"
Circulation Essay: Racial Identities, Visual Representations, and Performative Capacities: Rhetorical Production(s) of/by Asians/Asian Americans in Hawai'i
Scott Ka'alele, Edward Lee, and Michael Pak, with K. Hyoejin Yoon
6 Globalization and the Teaching of Written English Reflections on "Globalization and the Teaching of Written English"
Paul Kei Matsuda
7 What Does the Field of Writing Assessment Need? Or, How Asian and Asian American Rhetoric Can Help Writing Assessments Work Better
Asao B. Inoue
Circulation Essay: Building on Recent Research from AAAC Members to Advocate for Second Language International Students
Circulation Essay: Risks and Affordances: The Naming of the Asian/Asian American Caucus
Appendix A: Asian/Asian American Caucus, 2016
Appendix B: Timeline of Scholarship and Accomplishments
Appendix C: Bibliography of Asian/Asian American Rhetoric and Composition
Appendix D: Asian/Asian American Publications in College Composition and Communication (1950–2010)
Phuong Minh Tran