About


The TCEA is a proud scholarly and equally friendly organization; it is a Texas affiliate of the national College English Association.  Meeting in conjunction with the Texas-based Conference of College Teachers of English on the first weekend of March each year, TCEA hosts a breakfast and morning speaker and organizes several sessions of scholarly papers and creative writing by and/or about Texas scholars and writers.  Also at the annual conference, TCEA presents the prestigious Joe D. Thomas Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award.

In addition, TCEA sponsors an on-line scholarly publication entitled Scholarship and Creativity on Line: a Journal of the Texas College English Association.  Submissions to SCOL are open to current TCEA members, although on-line access is open to all.

The 2018 conference will be held in Stephenville on March 1-3, 2018.  Its theme for the 2017 conference will be Hidden Realities: The Texas Experience

”  (see Call for Papers).  


Each year one of the presented papers from the TCEA sessions is selected for inclusion in CCTE Studies, published in the fall of the conference year.  The Committee selected 

 two outstanding presenters for the 2017 award:  Jerry Bradley (Lamar University) for his poetry collection, “Approaching the Coast of Arizona,” and to Moumin Quazi (Tarleton State University) for his paper, “My Texas Inheritance.”

Interested in becoming a member? Simply print and complete the Membership Form listed below and mail with the $15.00 membership fee to:

Trudi Beckman
Women's & Gender Studies
University of Texas at Arlington
Box 19579
Arlington, TX  76019
817-272-3131 (office)

This small annual fee covers membership to TCEA; please see CCTE site for membership information.  We encourage our members to join both, as fees are low and membership is rewarding when we meet to share ideas and camaraderie. 

Sitting on a Texas Sign image from FlickrCC user anyjazz65, used with permissions of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license

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Carroll Linda,
May 30, 2017, 9:37 AM
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