CJSDW/R is the official journal of the Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW) /l’Association canadienne de rédactologie (ACR). The journal presents articles and reviews of interest to teachers, practitioners, or researchers in discourse and writing studies, including technical, academic, professional, scientific, and governmental communication. In 2011, the journal shifted to an online, open access format with a broader focus on discourse and writing studies. The journal is currently hosted by the Public Knowledge Project at the Bennett Library of Simon Fraser University and is edited by Joel Heng Hartse and Sibo Chen of SFU. CJSDW/R aims to promote a variety of approaches to writing and discourse research within the humanities and social sciences. It welcomes contributions on theoretical and pedagogical issues related to discourse and writing from a variety of academic fields, such as communication, education, English, journalism, linguistics, psychology, rhetoric, and sociology.
For more information, please see this 2017 editorial.