Toma Peiu presented on Place Telling in the Diasporic Imaginary as a part of the panel Composing at Scale: Dilations of Space, Time and Body, at the Conference on College Composition and Communication - Performance Rhetoric, Performance Composition held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, between March 13th - 16th, 2019.
Composing at Scale: Dilations of Space, Time and Body, chaired by Prof. Sid Dobrin, convened on Thursday, March 14th, at 3:15pm. Scholars on the panel will present on their interdisciplinary research models in the humanities and the arts - at the intersection of performance, geography, anthropology and education.
Toma Peiu is also an assigned chair for a separate panel, assembled by the organizers, on Class, Race and the Rhetorical Work of Words and Memes - on the constructions and performances of class and race across media and communication.
The 2019 CCCC Annual Meeting welcomes thousands of delegates from across the US at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.
Participation generously supported by the Eaton Graduate Student Travel Grant - Center for Humanities and the Arts at the University of Colorado Boulder.