Friday, September 15, 2006

Ong Sessions at MLA 2006 and CCCC 2007

With the CCCC acceptance letter earlier this week, I can now say that my plans for a series of confernece sessions celebrating the 25th anniversary of the publication of Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word is really going to be a series. I'll get a web page up with abstracts at some point, but here's the info for both the MLA 2006 and CCCC 2007 sessions:


MLA 2006


108. Walter J. Ong’s Orality and Literacy at Twenty-Five


Thursday, 28 December


8:30–9:45 a.m., Congress C, Loews


Presiding: John P. Walter, Saint Louis Univ.


1. “Orality, Literacy, and Ong’s Asymmetrical Opposition,” Jerry S. Harp, Lewis and Clark Coll.


2. “Orality and Literacy as a Methodological Apparatus for Examining Women’s Rhetorics,” Melissa Jane Fiesta, California State Univ., Long Beach.


3. “Ong, Derrida, and the New Media Theory,” David Martyn, Macalester Coll.


CCCC 2007


Session D.07: 25 Years of Reading and Misreading Orality and Literacy


Thursday, 22 March


3:15-4:30 p.m.


Presiding: John Paul Walter, Saint Louis University.


1. "Apologia Pro Libro Suo," Betty R. Youngkin, University of Dayton.


2. "Walter Ong and Adult Literacy Programs: An Assessment and Modest Proposal," Catherine Quick, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.


3. "The Vocality of Text: Orality and Literacy as Knowledge Making Tool," Gina M. Merys, Creighton University.

2 Comments:

At 6:28 AM, Anonymous Teresa Connolly said...

This web site is the most informative and thought invoking that I have fallen upon in orality and literacy. As a university student of Theology and Philosophy I encountered serious difficulties in writing and even doing my exams something I had never experienced before. I now believe and indeed it has been confirmed by Fr. Ong that trauma can cause such difficulties. Hans Kungs declaration on Globel Ethics mentioned that the world is in agony. This perhaps explains the huge increase in literacy and writing skills in recent times certainly here in Ireland. It is expected that by 2016 half of our population will be unable to read. Is it time to do as God intented that is listen to "The Word" in communities, Quahal Yahwah, and are books only taking up space and collecting dust on shelves? Thanks for a wonderful insightful article.

 
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