Convergence/Rhetoric provides undergraduate students an opportunity to publish and share the high-quality writing projects they are creating in upper-division courses in the Writing and Rhetoric department. It is an online, peer-reviewed journal showcasing the work produced in these courses.

What are some of the unique topics or significant questions you've explored in writing and rhetoric studies? Which projects would you like to share beyond the classroom, or what issues would you like to call attention to? How can writing make change?

We are interested in your projects, including print genres (such as research projects, white papers, or argumentative essays) and digital or multimodal genres (including but not limited to websites, graphic arguments, infographics, learning games, and videos). We encourage submission of individual or group projects related to writing studies that include but are not limited to the following topics:

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

▪ Writing for Social Change ▪ Writing Studies Research, including Writing Center Research ▪ Multimodal Rhetoric (visual, digital, audio) ▪ Professional and Technical Writing ▪ Literacy Research ▪ Rhetoric or Digital Humanities Research

Submission Deadline: November 15, 2019

Please include the following with your submission (check the submissions guidelines for further information):

Submission format:

*Please ensure that all images, audio, or video used in a submission are free of copyright claims.

Email Submissions to: Marcy Galbreath, Department of Writing and Rhetoric, email: