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Rhetoric, Politics & Culture 1, no. 1
edited by Carmen Kynard and Bryan J. McCann
Michigan State University Press Journals, 2021
Paper: 978-1-68430-160-7

In This Issue

Carmen Kynard and Bryan J. McCann, “Editors’ Introduction”

Eric King Watts, “The Primal Scene of COVID-19: ‘We’re All in this Together’”

Forum: Rhetoric, Politics, and Culture in Perilous Times
V. Jo Hsu , “Toward QTPOC Community: A Theory in the Flesh, an Open Letter, a Closing Wound”

EunYoung Lee, “A Rhetorician Who Doesn’t Have Her Own Words to Speak”

Susana Martínez Guillem, “Sacando la Lengua in Rhetorical Theory and Criticism”

Atilla Hallsby, “Intimate Spaces of Mental Wellness”

Dakota J. Sandras, “The Voice of Honor: Centering an Indigenous Ethic of Protocol in Ongoing Perilous Times”

Teigha Mae VanHester, “‘In a 90s Kind of World, I’m Glad I Got My Girls’: Living Single and One Fat, Black, Intellectual Queen’s Quest to Bring Flavor to the Academy”

Matthew Houdek and Ersula J. Ore, “Cultivating Otherwise Worlds and Breathable Futures”

Ashley Noel Mack and Tiara R. Na’puti, “Publicity as Containment”

Rhetoric in Review
“Stories of Antiracist Theory, Instruction, and Practice: A Review Essay”: April Baker-Bell, Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy, Aja Y. Martinez,
Counterstory: The Rhetoric and Writing of Critical Race Theory, and Louis M. Maraj, Black or Right: Anti/Racist Campus Rhetorics, reviewed by José Luis Cano Jr.

William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo, and Scott Ferguson, Money on the Left podcast, reviewed by Kate Siegfried

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