Conference Schedule

Friday, April 12

10:00 – 10:30 am Check-in and Welcome Daniels 222
10:45 – 11:45 am Session A
Bringing the Digital to the Rhetorical (Re)turn to Archives

  • Courtney Rivard, University of North Carolina: “Centering Metadata in the Rhetorical Analysis of Archives”
  • Grant Glass, University of North Carolina: “Differance: Abstractions, Models, Representations and Archives”
  • Dan Anderson, University of North Carolina: “Recasting Reading as Curating Archives”
Daniels 322
Rhetorical Pedagogy

  • Megan Von Bergen, University of Tennessee-Knoxville: “Trust Me: Towards a (Re)Definition of Ethos in First-Year Writing Courses”
  • Michael Joseph Kennedy, University of South Carolina: “Toward a Crisis Composition (Pedagogy): Or, How to Attend to Cynicism, Speed, and Violence (With)In Post-Process”
  • Sadie Carr, University of South Carolina: “Pedagogy: The Importance of Freire to Rhetorical Education”
Daniels 334
12:00 – 1:00 pm Lunch Daniels 218
1:15 – 2:15 pm Session B
Feminist Embodied Methods and Practices in Rhetorical Studies

  • Melissa Stone, North Carolina State University
  • Melissa Hannah, North Carolina State University
  • Megan Fletcher, North Carolina State University
  • Nupoor Ranade, North Carolina State University
Daniels 322
Ethos, Ethics, and Virtue

  • Eric Hamilton, Clemson University: “Cato’s Reverberation: (Re)Including (& Further Translating) Vir Bonus into the Rhetorical Lexicon”
  • Lily Howard-Hill, University of South Carolina: “A Case for Ethic(s) as a Rhetorical Keyword”
  • Lindsey Kim, University of South Carolina: “Messy Ethics: The Performative Ethos of User Agreements”
  • Megan J. Busch, University of South Carolina: “Linguistic Performance and Perceived Inauthenticity: A Case Study in Faking Southern Speech on the American Political Scene
Daniels 334
2:30 – 3:30 pm Session C
Enargia, Energia, and Energy

  • Cody Hunter, Clemson University: “Energy and Incarceration: The Thermodynamic Rhetoric of the American Prison System”
  • Michelle Iten, Virginia Military Institute: “Thinking with ‘Energy’: How Keyword as Method Illuminates Rhetorical Democracy”
  • Alex Hammond, North Carolina State University: “The Throwaway Example: A Material Consideration of ‘Mere Cookery’”
Daniels 334
3:45 – 4:45 pm Session D
Non-Western and Alternative Rhetorics

  • Alissa Winn, University of South Carolina: “A Rhetorical Approach to Infectious Disease Epidemiology”
  • Gareth Rees-White, University of South Carolina: “A Call for Globalization”
  • Octaviyanti Dwi Wahyurini, Clemson University: “Beyond Means of Persuasive Technology: Reconceptualizing the Rhetorics of Human-Computer Interaction”
Daniels 322
Affect, Identity, and Ideology

  • Cecily Rouse Timmons, Clemson University: “The Shape of an Idea”
  • Hannah Mayfield, North Carolina State University: “Affective Things: Revisiting Emotion in Rhetorical Inquiry”
  • James Jacocks, University of South Carolina: “Teaching Hobby Keywords: the Rhetoric of the online Fountain Pen Community”
  • Kathryn Mann, University of South Carolina: “Striking a Chord: Complicating Rhetoric’s Keywords in Pedagogy”
Daniels 334

Saturday, April 13

10:00 – 10:30 am Check-in and Coffee Daniels 218
10:45 – 11:45 am Session E
Media, Embodiment, and Accessibility

  • Amanda Shoaf, University of North Carolina, Greensboro: “Losing Sight: Examining Disability and Accessibility in Digital Media Centers”
  • Beth Greene, North Carolina State University: “Good, Evil, and Neutral: Phronetic Embodiment in Fable II”
  • Joshua Jackson, North Carolina State University: “Rhetorics of Unionization: how union efforts are enforcing marginalization that unions are meant to usurp in videogame production”
Daniels 214
12:00 – 1:00 pm Lunch Daniels 218
1:15 – 2:15 pm Session F
Installation

  • Max Renner, North Carolina State University: “Locating Spaces of Invention: Transformation and Recovery in the Virtual MLK Project”
Daniels 214
Installation

  • Steven Smith & Jeremiah Roberts: “Experiencing in Pieces: A Sonic Approach to Rhetorical Delivery”
Daniels 334
Installation

  • Krystin Gollihue, North Carolina State University: “Making Rhetoric Matter: A Collaborative CRC Zine”
Daniels 218
Poster

  • Chenxing Xie & Yeqing Kong, North Carolina State University: “Effects of Hedging: A Computational Rhetorical Analysis of HPV Vaccine in News Coverage”
Daniels 218
2:30 – 3:30 pm Session G
Interface Rhetorics

  • Jeffrey Bruinsma, North Carolina State University
  • Matthew Schmalzer, North Carolina State University
  • Alexandra Cata, North Carolina State University
  • Malaka Friedman, North Carolina State University
Daniels 214
Trauma, Terror, and Memory: Rhetoric’s Wrangle with Representation

  • Victoria Houser, Clemson University: “Marks of Terror: Photography, Torture, and the War with Language”
  • Charlotte Lucke, Clemson University: “Domestic Violence in the Post-Traumatic Age of Digital Reproduction”
  • Diane Quaglia Beltran, Clemson University: “Re-presentations: Encountering Sequestered and Distributed Memory Locations”
Daniels 334
3:45 – 4:45 pm Closing Session
The Future of CRC: CRC Planning Meeting Daniels 218

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