The Crowne Plaza Ravinia provides SPACE participants the opportunity to escape from the city life with their beautiful walking trail. Come share your experiences as a Part-Time, Adjunct or Contingent Educator.
The Symposium for Part-time, Adjunct, and Contingent Educators (SPACE) is a conference where part-time, adjunct, and contingent faculty can present their original scholarship in a peer-reviewed, professional setting. SPACE also provides a venue for contingent faculty members to share what they are doing in the classroom and to connect with their contingent colleagues.
Registration for SPACE includes admission to all conference sessions, breakfast, lunch and beverages all day.
Early Bird Rate - Ends June 1st: $75.00
Regular Rate - Starts June 2nd: $95.00
Letizia GuglielmoKennesaw State University
Expanding the Scholarly Conversation on the New Faculty Majority and Contingent Faculty WorkLetizia Guglielmo is Associate Professor at Kennesaw State University where she teaches courses in professional writing and gender studies and serves as the Interim Director of the Composition Program. Her research and writing focus on feminist rhetoric and pedagogy, gender and pop culture, the intersections of feminist action and digital communication, and professional development for students and faculty. She is editor and contributor for MTV and Teen Pregnancy: Critical Essays on 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom, co-author (with Lynée Lewis Gaillet) of Scholarly Publication in a Changing Academic Landscape: Models for Success, and co-editor (with Lynée Lewis Gaillet) of Contingent Faculty Publishing in Community: Case Studies for Successful Collaborations.
Lynée Lewis GailletGeorgia State University
Expanding the Scholarly Conversation on the New Faculty Majority and Contingent Faculty WorkLynée Lewis Gaillet is currently Professor of English at Georgia State University (GSU) where she serves as Chair of the English Department. She is author of numerous articles and book chapters addressing Scottish rhetoric, writing program administration, composition/rhetoric history and pedagogy, publishing matters, and archival research methods—and is a recipient of an NEH Summer Research Award and ISHR Fellowship. Her book projects include: editor of Scottish Rhetoric and Its Influence (1998); co-editor of Stories of Mentoring (2008), The Present State of Scholarship in the History of Rhetoric (2010), Contingent Faculty Publishing in Community: Case Studies for Successful Collaborations (2015), and On Archival Research (2016); and co-author of Scholarly Publication in a Changing Academic Landscape (2014) and Primary Research and Writing: People, Places, and Spaces (2015)