Victor Villanueva is Regents Professor, Edward R. Meyer Distinguished Professor,  and the Director of The Writing Program at Washington State University. He is the author of the award-winning Bootstraps: From an American Academic of Color, the 1999 Rhetorician of the Year, the 2008 Advancement of People of Color Leadership Award winner from the National Council of Teachers of English, and the CCCC 2009 Exemplar, among other awards and honors. In eight books, over fifty articles or chapters in books, and over a hundred talks, his work centers on the connections between language and racism.



On Collectivities, Literacies, and the ‘New Student’



2017 Conference Program

Luncheon and Keynote Speaker                1:30-3:00pm             SC 206 a, b, & c             (Seating is limited)

Breakout Sessions                                      3:00-4:00pm             SC 213 a & b



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