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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

Preparing for Interviews: Standing Out While Fitting In

by Letizia Guglielmo, Associate Professor of English and Gender and Women’s Studies Kennesaw State University Over the last few months, my colleagues Erin Costello Wecker and Lydia McDermott have shared advice on the job search that grew out of our

Join Us at FemRhet 2017

Greetings! We, the members of the planning committee, are thrilled to host the 2017 Feminisms and Rhetorics conference.  

Be Yourself on the Job Search

Lydia McDermott Assistant Professor of Composition and Director of the Center for Writing and Speaking at Whitman College Around this time of year, I find myself thanking the rhetoric gods that I am no longer on the job market. You

Job Seekers, Be Like the Willow Tree

Guest post by Erin Costello Wecker, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of English Director of Composition The University of Montana At the 4C16 CFSHRC event, Lydia McDermott, Letizia Guglielmo and I co-hosted a mentoring table on preparing for the job market. Now

Introducing the Coalition’s 1st Archivist & Historian

Greeting Coalition Members! My name is Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne and I am the Coalition’s first Archivist and Historian. My task is two-fold: to help capture, preserve, and share the Coalition’s rich history through the expansion of our current archive (now freely

Introducing the Journal of Veterans Studies

Hello and thank you for your attention. Now that I have it, I’d like to make two brief introductions. Introduction 1: My name is Mariana Grohowski. I am an Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University Southeast. I was recently

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