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Announcing the Shirley Wilson Logan Diversity Scholarship

We are pleased to announce a new award in honor of one Dr. Shirley Wilson Logan, a mentor to us all from whom we continue to learn. The purpose of the Shirley Wilson Logan Diversity Scholarship award is to encourage

2019 Coalition Awards

We are pleased to recognize the following feminist scholars for their outstanding work. We thank these scholars for the care, honestly, and commitment they show to feminists in history and present of our fields and professions. Thank you to the

Call for FemRhet Archives!

Dear Coalition Friends, As we prepare for the upcoming Feminisms and Rhetorics Conferences, I would like to put out a call for some images and videos you have reflecting key moments in the history of the organization (such as documents

Calling for Intellectual Labor and Discussion

Dear Coalition Friends and Colleagues: As co-editors of a proposed collection, Rhetorics of Reproduction: Rights, Health, and Justice, we wanted to let you know why we’re looking forward to this year’s Feminisms and Rhetorics conference.

Call for Applications: Peitho Journal Associate Editor

The Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition (CFSHRC) seeks an Associate Editor for Peitho, its quarterly peer-reviewed online journal. The Associate Editor holds primary responsibility for book reviews (identifying new titles for review, soliciting reviewers,

#CallingAllFeminists to WSRL 2019

Dear Coalition Friends and Colleagues, As organizer of the 2019 Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference, I invite you to submit your proposal(s) in response to our CFP, if you haven’t already done so. This year, we’d love you to

#TheFeministsAreComing To RSA 2018

Believe it or not, the Rhetoric Society of America’s 50th anniversary conference is next week! That means it’s time to dust off the conference duds, finish those talks, and fire up the social media accounts.   Two years ago at

CFSHRC Regarding #4C18

Since we last wrote you to you, the Coalition Advisory Board has met and conducted a thorough and thoughtful discussion regarding concerns surrounding the travel advisory for Kansas City, Missouri. As a result of our discussion, and informed by the

Teaching & Researching Feminist Rhetorics:

Digital Curation as Collaborative Archival Method post by Pamela VanHaitsma, Cassandra Book, Meagan Clark, Christopher Giofreda, Kimberly Goode & Meredith Privott Collaboration has long been a central practice within the research and teaching of feminist rhetorics (Lunsford and Ede). Yet

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Coalition of Feminist Scholars Statement of Solidarity

In 2016, the Coalition changed its name to reinforce the organization’s longstanding commitment to critical feminist work and to better reflect the diversity of its membership, where “diversity” is not always marked by stark or traditional distinctions.  After the 2016

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