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277 LISTOFCONTRIBUTORS EDITORS Jessica Enoch, a professor of English at the University of Maryland, is the author of Domestic Occupations: Spatial Rhetorics and Women’s Work (Southern Illinois UP, 2019) and Refiguring Rhetorical Education: Women Teaching African American, Native American, and Chicano/a Students, 1865–1911 (Southern Illinois UP, 2008). She edited Burke in the Archives: Using the Past to Transform the Future of Burkean Studies with Dana Anderson (U of South Carolina P, 2013) and Mestiza Rhetorics: An Anthology of Mexicana Activism in the Spanish-Language Press, 1887–1922 with Cristina Ramírez (Southern Illinois UP, 2019). Her work has appeared in College Composition and Communication , College English, Composition Studies, Peitho, Pedagogy, Rhetoric Review, and Rhetoric Society Quarterly. David Gold, an associate professor of English, education, and women’s studies at the University of Michigan, is the author of Rhetoric at the Margins: Revising the History of Writing Instruction in American Colleges, 1873–1947 (Southern Illinois UP, 2008), winner of the 2010 CCCC Outstanding Book Award; with Catherine Hobbs, he wrote Educating the New Southern Woman: Speech, Writing, and Race at the Public Women’s Colleges, 1884–1945 (Southern Illinois UP, 2014) and edited Rhetoric, History, and Women’s Oratorical Education: American Women Learn to Speak (Routledge, 2013). His work has appeared in College Composition and Communication, College English, Composition Forum, History of Education Quarterly, Peitho, Rhetoric Review, and elsewhere. 278 Contributors CONTRIBUTORS Heather Brook Adams is an assistant professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. A feminist historiographer, Adams’s research focuses on gender, reproduction, and emotion. Her work has appeared in Composition Forum, Peitho, and Women’s Studies in Communication. She is currently working on a book project, “Shame, Secrets, and Silences: The Rhetorical Legacy of Unwed Pregnancy in the United States Since 1960.” Risa Applegarth is an associate professor of English and director of the writing program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her previous research on gender, genre, and professional labor has appeared in College Composition and Communication, College English, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, and in her book Rhetoric in American Anthropology: Gender, Genre, and Science (U of Pittsburgh P, 2014), which received the 2016 CCCC Outstanding Book Award. Jason Barrett-Fox is an assistant professor of rhetoric and writing studies and director of composition at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. His research centers on the intersection between gender, technology, and agency. His work has appeared in the Quarterly Journal of Speech, Peitho, JAC, Rhetoric Review, and the American Journal of Semiotics, as well as several collections . He is currently at work on a book manuscript, “Historiography after Humanism: Materializing Distributed Feminist Rhetorics.” Kristie S. Fleckenstein, a professor of English and director of the graduate program in rhetoric and composition at Florida State University, is the recipient of the 2005 CCCC Outstanding Book Award for Embodied Literacies: Imageword and a Poetics of Teaching (Southern Illinois UP, 2003) and the 2009 W. Ross Winterowd Award for Best Book in Composition Theory for Vision, Rhetoric, and Social Action in the Composition Classroom (Southern Illinois UP, 2009). Her current project explores photography as a resource for visual rhetoric in nineteenth-century debates about racial identities. Jane Greer, a professor of English and women’s studies at the University of Missouri, Kansas City (UMKC), is the editor of Girls and Literacy in America: Historical Perspectives to the Present (ABC-Clio, 2003) and, with Laurie Grobman , coeditor of Pedagogies of Public Memory: Teaching Writing and Rhetoric at Museums, Archives, and Memorials (Routledge, 2015). Her scholarship has 279 Contributors appeared in College Composition and Communication, College English, Peitho, Women’s Studies Quarterly, and numerous edited collections. At UMKC, she teaches composition courses as well as classes on the rhetorical practices of girls and women. Sarah Hallenbeck is an associate professor of English at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, where she teaches classes in rhetorical theory and professional writing and directs the composition program. She is the author of Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth -Century America (Southern Illinois UP, 2015) and essays on gender, materiality, and rhetorics of science and technology in Rhetoric Society Quarterly , Rhetoric Review, Technical Communication Quarterly, and other venues. Jennifer Keohane is an assistant professor in the Klein Family School of Communications Design at the University of Baltimore. Her research explores labor organizing as resistance and how labor movement rhetors make claims for the value of work in its gendered and racialized contexts. She is the author...

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ISBN
9780822987185
Related ISBN
9780822945888
MARC Record
OCLC
1113898346
Pages
303
Launched on MUSE
2019-08-28
Language
English
Open Access
No
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