Rhetoric from the Field

montage of speakers
Jun 13, 2022
In May, PWR hosted a stellar virtual roundtable themed “Between Getting Free and Living Free.” Moderated by Professor Adam Banks, it featured Professor Tamika Carey from the University of Virginia, who studies the everyday rhetoric
Prof. Adam Banks, Prof. Jennifer Sano-Franchini, Prof. Rory Ong, and Prof. Haivan Hoang
Mar 16, 2022
During Winter Quarter, the new Notation in Cultural Rhetorics was proud to
Dec 8, 2021
This year’s launch of the Cultural Rhetorics Notation arrived with a formidable splash on Friday November 5, when PWR hosted the panel and discussion “Mexican American Rhetoric” as its inaugural Cultural
Sep 2, 2021
As we move from a tumultuous year of remote learning back toward a fall of on-campus teaching experiences, it’s hard not to think about the very real pressures of this particular pedagogical moment.  Teaching this fall wi
Mar 19, 2021
It is safe to say that few guest speakers in the past several years have contributed to the PWR goals and ethos as much as Dr. Aja Martinez.
Sep 3, 2020
In this exceptional year, our fully online PWR September Sessions will be focusing our energies around exploring issues at the intersections of “Online Writing Instruction” and “Antiracist Pedagogy.”  We will particularly con
Jun 11, 2020
By Harriett Jernigan & Sangeeta Mediratta
May 14, 2018
“If we look closely and engage in rhetorical listening, we can find precarious spaces located in the everyday,” Dr. Cristina Ramírez of University of Arizona suggested during her talk at a PWR program meeting on Friday, April 20th.
Mar 5, 2018
Photo caption: Dr. Kevin Browne (center) with Linguistics professor Dr.
SefPWR lecturers at the Tufte talk
Jan 10, 2018
Header image: Tufte Workshop Selfie! (From L to R) Jennifer Johnson, Jenae Cohn, Cassie Wright, Erica Cirillo-McCarthy, and Jenne Stonaker
Nov 13, 2017
As part of an OpenXChange grant funded by VPFDD for faculty development, Professor Matsuda, a distinguished scholar in the field of Second Language Wri
Sep 11, 2017
This year's September Sessions theme, "Cultural Rhetorics," will open up questions from rhetoric in the field that our program will likely interrogate all year long.
Jan 26, 2017
Kairos, a multimodal and open-source journal that features articles about the intersections between rhetoric and technology, recently published its 20th anniversary edition with several collaborations between major scholars in r
trashcan from the noun project
Oct 30, 2016
Fahs’ brief article, included in a special issue “Teaching About Climate Change,” outlines an experiential learning activity focused on climate change, sustainability, and conspicuous consumption.
books from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book
Sep 7, 2016
This issue's Rhetoric of the Field is devoted to the different readings that our Septembrist Committee has chosen to inform our work together during our professional development meetings in the week of September 12th.  From issues of transfer, to
Students working on computers. Larry D. Moore CC BY-SA 3.0.
May 5, 2016
While most individuals need to shut off the Internet temporarily in order to accomplish some of learning’s cognitive labor, doing so represents a
Academic Journals on a shelf
Apr 30, 2016
[Abstract goes here] What did April's Pop-Up Reading Group think about the article?  Here are some notes from their discussion:
Pictures of three wikipedia globes
Mar 16, 2016
This essay describes a sequence of assignments to guide students through an informed effort at making contributions to Wikipedia that persist, and suggests ways this set of exercises in social informatics may also serve a number of common goals in a variety of writing, literature, and other courses: analyzing and writing for explicit editorial guidelines
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