In early August, I was thrilled to be involved with an interdisciplinary, international set of scholars who discussed writing research at Dartmouth University. The format included a weeklong discussion of six working papers followed by a three-day conference.
My working paper was entitled "What's Wrong with CHAT?"—an extension of the presentation by the same name from CCCC 2016.
And since the working paper discussion involved three hours of response, I put together a second slide deck to guide that discussion, entitled "What's wrong with 'What's Wrong with CHAT?'?"
If you didn't make it to Dartmouth, no worries: I've linked to both presentations below.