Sure, how could I possible resist the opportunity to sit at a dais with you
and Anthony, even in Minneapolis. I even have a paper started (originally
for another context). It has two parts, one of will probably be enuff for
a 20 minute presentation. Part one tries to list the traditional
assumptions about writing that are contradicted by the new genre theories,
workplace writing research, etc.; part two is about using political briefs
instead of classical argument as an assignment for teaching persuasion. I
suspect the 1st part is more to the point of "a genre panel," tho perhaps I
could work a bit of the 2nd part in as an example.
And sure, next week is open (so is this week, for that matter). I'll be
happy to see you.
At 11:12 AM 4/19/99 -0700, you wrote:
>While I wait for you to tell me if you can have lunch with me next week,
>I'd like to ask you if you would like to be on a CCCC panel with Anthony
>and me--a genre panel--in Minneapolis. Must act quickly. We'd need to do
>the proposal this week. Please say yes.