Feminisms and Rhetorics 2017 Reviews Overview

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0

It’s now been just over a month since the 2017 Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference, and here at the DRC we are happy to present a glimpse at some of the wonderful presentations connected to digital and multimodal rhetorics.

The theme for the conference this year, “Rhetorics, Right, (R)evolutions” included feminist work of academics, activists, and advocates who are committed to making strives toward social justice and equality.

As you read, we encourage you to keep the conversations going by responding in the comments or tweeting us @SweetlandDRC. Also check out the archive of comments on Twitter by searching for #femrhet2017.

About Author(s)

Kristin Ravel is pursuing her PhD in English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her research interests encompass multimodality, digital media studies, ethics in communication, and feminist theory.

Leave A Reply