Transforming Rhetoric: Discovery and Change
Maureen Daly Goggin, Arizona State University
“The Legacy of Richard Young:
Embodying and Theorizing Rhetoric as Discovery and Change”
October 22-23, 2010
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Of particular interest are presentations that encourage audience participation and discussion, and contribute closely to the conference theme and to questions concerning aspects of the following:
Rhetoric of race
Digital, visual, and material rhetorics
Rhetoric and agency
The academy and civic engagement
Politics of writing instruction
A cover page that includes the title, speaker/s, address/es, email/s, and phone number/s, along with a brief 25-50 word description of your presentation.
4 copies of a one-page abstract (per speaker) prepared for blind review that describes the proposed talk and identifies the format for the presentation:
20 minute paper, which we will combine with similar proposals to form a 90 minute panel.
90 minute panel, limited to 3 speakers.
The CFP and the