Present Tense would like to congratulate Rochelle Gregory for being accepted into The Best of the Independent Rhetoric & Composition Journals, 2013 (Parlor Press). Rochelle’s article, “A Womb With a View: Identifying the Culturally Iconic Fetal Image in Prenatal Ultrasound Provisions” was featured in our special Medical Rhetorics Issue.
Present Tense editors will be at the Rhetoric Society of America conference in San Antonio, TX. Look for conference-goers wearing Present Tense pins!
"We remember Linda’s legacy at Present Tense as we continue publishing scholarship that advocates the kind of positive change through pedagogy, community engagement, and research that Linda worked toward her whole life. Thank you, Linda, for enriching our lives."
Present Tense will once again have a number of editors attending and presenting at the CCCC Annual Convention, this year in Indianapolis, IN. Be on the lookout for Editors wearing Present Tense pins or stop by the Editor Roundtable during the Research Network Forum.
Present Tense is happy to announce that two of our Editors have taken tenure-track positions this last year. Alexandra Hidalgo, our Multimedia Editor, is now at Michigan State University, and Jessica E. Clements, our Style Editor, is at Whitworth University.
Present Tense will be at the Editor Roundtable during the Research Network Forum at 4Cs again this year. Stop by to say hello and talk to us about an article.
The editors of Present Tense enjoyed meeting potential and current authors at the recent Conference on College Composition and Communication and the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference.
Present Tense editors, Elizabeth Angeli and Allen Brizee, presented their scholarship at the International Association of Research on Service-learning and Civic Engagement conference September 23-25.
Congratulations to the five Present Tense editors who earned PhDs this year and have moved to new academic positions across the country.
Present Tense is proud to announce we are now indexed in several major databases.
We are currently seeking submissions for our upcoming issue. Please see our word cloud of current topic suggestions and our submission guidelines for more information.
Our friends at Enculturation have just published a special issue on Marshall MacLuhan.
The Present Tense staff would like to welcome the guest editors for our 2012 special issue on medical, gender, and body rhetorics.
We are recruiting submissions on medical, gender, and body rhetorics for publication in a 2012 special issue.
The Present Tense staff enjoyed meeting everyone, chatting about the journal, and hearing excellent presentations at all three conferences.