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“Just Rhetoric,” RSA 2024 Conference
May 23 — May 26, 2024, Denver, Colorado
21st Biennial Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America
The theme of the RSA 2024 biennial conference, “Just Rhetoric,” is meant to be generative and provocative. The theme allows us to imagine the possibilities of rhetoric as well as grapple with the meaning and place of rhetorical studies in this contemporary moment.Full Conference Info
Call for Proposals for a Special Issue of Rhetoric Society Quarterly
November 13, 2023
Each year, Rhetoric Society Quarterly publishes a special issue, the aims of which are to help set the intellectual agenda in rhetorical studies, encourage focused statements on timely topics in rhetorical studies […]Read More
News From RSA President Vanessa Beasley
November 10, 2023
Today we’re sending the November newsletter a bit earlier in the month than we usually do because we have big news: RSA’s new website — complete with new logo — is live!Read More
LAST DAY! PLEASE VOTE IN RSA SPECIAL ELECTION.
July 12, 2023
Dear RSA Members, Please take a moment today to vote in this Special Election. The Board of Directors are your representatives to shape the future of the organization within its mission to […]Read More
Rhetoric Society Quarterly
Articles IncludeSee Full List
- “It’s Just Business”: Michael Jackson’s Purchase of the Beatles Catalog as Counterpunch, Copia, and Rhythmic Reparations
- Strategic Linguistic Choices within the Swedish Disability Movement: Practical Reasoning, Agency, and Antiableist Challenges
- Exigence at the Dawn of Recommendation Media: Dramatizing Salience in Audio Memes
- “Our Hidden Revenge”: Anti/Colonial Rhetorics at a Korean Women’s College Graduation, 1918
- Epideictic Listening: From a Reflective Case Study to a Theory of Community Ethos
- Transforming Confederate Memory Sites into Spaces for Encounter: Reclaiming Space at Marcus-David Peters Circle
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