DiscoverThe Big Rhetorical PodcastEpisode 79: Dr. Antonio Byrd
Episode 79: Dr. Antonio Byrd

Episode 79: Dr. Antonio Byrd

Update: 2021-10-11
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Dr. Antonio Byrd is an assistant professor of English at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he teaches courses in professional and technical communication, multimodal composition, and Black/African American literacies and rhetoric. He uses qualitative research and critical race studies to understand how Black adults learn and use computer programming to address racial inequality in their lives. Byrd has served on the Conference on College Composition and Communication's (CCCCs) Social Justice at Convention Committee since its inception in 2018 and he will begin a three-year term on the CCCCs Executive Committee Fall 2021. His work has appeared in Literacy in Composition Studies and College Composition and Communication. He is the recipient of the 2021 Richard Braddock Award. Among other writings, Byrd is currently drafting his first book manuscript on Black adults learning coding literacy at a computer code bootcamp.

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Episode 79: Dr. Antonio Byrd

Episode 79: Dr. Antonio Byrd

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