RHETORICS FOR ALL

Rhetorics for All is an ever-growing catalog of publicly engaged rhetorical scholarship. It aims to collect such scholarship in a central location, give it greater visibility through RSA networks, facilitate connections between those pursuing such scholarship within and beyond the society, and, ultimately, increase the public relevance of rhetorical studies.

RSA believes that a public catalogue of the engaged work of our membership will provide models for public work, enhance collaboration across the society, and broaden the narrative regarding the role of rhetorical study in higher education and contemporary culture.

Our searchable directory includes various filters to help you navigate to projects of interest.

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If you would like to create an entry for your project, please complete our quick (about 10-15 minutes) online form.

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  • Living with PFAS

    Living With PFAS is a public archival project dedicated to recording and preserving the stories of individuals, communities, and ecosystems affected by PFAS. Our mission is to create a platform for sharing collective experiences that support future action and decision-making. We believe that technical and scientific data alone are not enough to capture the full impact…

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  • DC/Adapters

    DC/Adapters is a public humanities project that documents a specific visual rhetoric in Washington, D.C.: the adaptation of the D.C. flag. Begun in 2013, DC/Adapters includes over 1,000 entries and counting, while amplifying a vibrant and diverse regional rhetorical practice.

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  • If, Then: Technology and Poetics

    If, Then: Technology and Poetics is a collaborative, interdisciplinary working group and workshop series promoting inclusivity and skills-building in creative computation for artists, scholars, and teachers.

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  • (her)men·you·tics

    (Her)men·you·tics is a podcast at the nexus of rhetoric and theology. Professor Johanna Hartelius (University of Texas at Austin) co-hosts along with Rev. Jason Micheli (Annandale United Methodist Church) and Rev. Teer Hardy (Walker Chapel United Methodist Church). Taking on one concept per episode and letter of the alphabet, they explore and disagree on the language…

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  • Every Campus a Refuge (ECAR) at Wake Forest University

    Every Campus a Refuge (ECAR) at Wake Forest is part of the national ECAR network. ECAR welcomes refugees by providing free temporary housing. ECAR at Wake Forest partners with World Relief, the local resettlement agency, and other local organizations to select participants, organize community events, and support \ families during their time at Wake and…

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  • Voices of Gun Violence

    Voices of Gun Violence is a living archive of stories of gun violence that impact individuals, families, and communities. This academic and community collaboration seeks to share stories to promote healing, understanding, and community action.

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BECOME A MEMBER OF THE RHETORIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA

Joining RSA puts you into direct contact — via this website, RSA conferences and institutes, and other RSA members-only resources — with a large and growing interdisciplinary group of scholars who share your interest in rhetoric. Members receive access to Rhetoric Society Quarterly, special rates on events, and are eligible to be nominated for RSA awards.