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Rhetorical Ecologies

Sidney I. Dobrin

Rhetorical Ecologies works not to simply recount the history of writing and rhetoric studies' adoption of ecology but to situate that history in rich discussions regarding the potential ecology holds for rhetoric and writing studies moving forward, fostering more inclusive, equitable, and justice-oriented approaches to rhetorical inquiry. Rhetorical Ecologies does not seek to outline a complete map of rhetorical ecologies as a unified concept. Rather, we are interested in ecologies plural, understanding and acknowledging that rhetoric's ecologies are multiple, divergent, and highly situated knowledge-making practices.

Book Details

  • Publisher: National Council of Teachers of English (Ncte
  • Publish Date: Jul 23rd, 2024
  • Pages: 350
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9780814101896
  • Categories: Teaching - Subjects - Language ArtsWriting - CompositionLiteracy

About the Author

Dobrin, Sidney I.: - Sidney I. Dobrin is a professor and chair in the Department of English at the University of Florida. He is the founding Director of the Trace Innovation Initiative. He is the author and/or editor of numerous books, most recently Blue Ecocriticism and the Oceanic Imperative (Routledge 2021) and AI and Writing (Broadview Press 2023). He serves as a Digital Thought Leader for Adobe.
Jones, Madison: - Madison P. Jones is an assistant professor of Professional & Public Writing and Natural Resources Science at the University of Rhode Island where he directs the Digital Writing Environments, Location, and Localization (DWELL) Lab and coordinates the Science Writing & Rhetoric graduate certificate program. His research intersects the rhetoric of science and technology and environmental communication. His digital projects combine spatial rhetorics with locative media for community-engaged science communication, social justice, and environmental advocacy. His articles have appeared in journals such as Kairos, Communication Design Quarterly, Rhetoric Review, and Rhetoric Society Quarterly and have garnered recognition from ARSTM and CCCC/NCTE's Best Article Awards. For more, visit: