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Textual Ownership as an Entrepreneurial Act

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The presenter will share a new vision of Donald Graves’ textual “ownership” by promoting entrepreneurship as an ethos for the writing classroom. He will review how to apply the entrepreneurial practices of shaping identity, advancing innovation, and defining purpose to a series of assignments designed to encourage students to embody practices of today’s Idea Entrepreneurs not for the sake of commerce, but as loci of social justice for marginalized voices.

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Apr 6th, 9:00 AM Apr 6th, 9:50 AM

Textual Ownership as an Entrepreneurial Act

Room 203

The presenter will share a new vision of Donald Graves’ textual “ownership” by promoting entrepreneurship as an ethos for the writing classroom. He will review how to apply the entrepreneurial practices of shaping identity, advancing innovation, and defining purpose to a series of assignments designed to encourage students to embody practices of today’s Idea Entrepreneurs not for the sake of commerce, but as loci of social justice for marginalized voices.