Category: Featured Guest Bloggers

Featured Guest Bloggers calls on past, present and future Coalition members to contribute to the Coalition blog.

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.

#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

#FemRhet2017 Recap: Day 4

Last Day of FemRhet 2017! By Karrieann Soto Vega and Patricia Fancher The close knit community that the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Writing is stronger than ever. Throughout the day you could see people collaborating

#FemRhet2017 Recap: Day 3

By Jennifer Burgess #Day 3 of #FemRhet2017 started off with another fantastic session of #FemRhetYoga. At 8 am, morning meetings and a workshop kicked off, offering attendees ample opportunity to engage with the conference theme of rhetorics rights(r)evolutions. Brenda Brueggeman,

#FemRhet Recap: Day 2

By Sherita Roundtree and Laura Tetreault Day two of the 11th Biennial Feminisms and Rhetorics invited conference goers to begin their day with an early morning #FemRhetYoga session led by Sara Moseley, where “everybody & everybody” was welcome. A series

Reminiscing 20 years of #FemRhet with Dr. Jennifer Bay

20 years ago in the fall of 1997 when she was a graduate student, Dr. Jennifer Bay attended the first ever Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference. Since then, she has missed only one of all the FemRhet conferences as the conference

Review of CCCC Feminist Workshop 2017: Intersectionality within Writing Programs and Practices

By the co-chairs of the CCCC Feminist Workshop The Feminist Workshop at the 2017 Conference on College Composition and Communication held in Portland, Oregon titled, “Intersectionality within Writing Programs and Practices” explored intersectional feminism(s) and social justice in teaching, administrative

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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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

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