• Upcoming LangRhet Panels on Speaking and Engaging with Publics: Wednesday, January 23 and Friday, February 1

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    The Language and Rhetorical Studies Group invites you to two upcoming events on speaking to audiences outside of the academy and engaging with publics through pedagogy:

    Panel and Workshop on Speaking with Publics

    Featuring Professors Anne Curzan and Susan Dynarski (University of Michigan)

    When: Wednesday, January 23, 5 pm

    Where: Angell 3154

    Please kindly RSVP here.

    Refreshments will be served.

    Anne Curzan, Professor of English, Linguistics, and Education, and Susan Dynarski, Professor of Public Policy, Education and Economics, will give talks on speaking to audiences outside of the academy about our work. Following the talks will be a question-and-answer session as well as a group discussion in which participants are invited to brainstorm ways of implementing the ideas expressed by our presenters.

     

    Panel and Workshop on Engaging with Publics through Pedagogy

    Featuring Professor Ashley Holmes (Georgia State University)

    When: Friday, February 1, 11 am – 2 pm

    Where: Angell 3222

    Please kindly RSVP here.

    Refreshments will be served.

    Ashley Holmes, Associate Professor of English at Georgia State University, will lead a talk and interactive workshop that prompts participants to think through (and write about) publics in their own community and how they might engage them with their pedagogy. The session will conclude with opportunities to discuss possible challenges/obstacles (and possible solutions) to consider when engaging in public pedagogy.

    Please RSVP for the events using the forms above. All are welcome; we hope to see you there!

    ABOUT US

    Language and Rhetorical Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is an interdisciplinary graduate student organization that focuses on the intersection of language and rhetoric. We aim to capture the interest and attention of those within disciplines that typically have been associated with these areas of study, such as Linguistics, English Language and Literature, and English Education. We also seek to attract participants from a range of other disciplines that may work with more expansive understandings of language and rhetoric. The goal of this group is to discuss the ways that linguistic and rhetorical choices permeate our lives.

     

    Language and Rhetorical Studies at the University of Michigan

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