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Call For Papers: Rhetorical Education and Meaning-Making in Global and Historical Contexts, Volume 9, No. 3, September 2022

2021-07-24

We call for papers that speak to rhetorical education in a range of global and historical contexts. Papers should address rhetorical education in theory and/or practice and relate to one or more of the following topics:

  • Site(s) of rhetorical education—places where literacy or communication were taught and developed—that reflect culture and nationhood
  • How students or young learners make meaning or communicate in various contexts
  • Attending to how students or teachers used literacy to cultivate subjectivities
  • Attending to the diverse meaning-making practices of students or teachers that extend beyond the written word and oral communication
  • Students’ resistance to rhetorical education
  • Connections between past and current rhetorical education pedagogies
  • Rhetorical education that meaningfully reflected diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • The influence of social, economic, and/or political forces on rhetorical education or meaning-making
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