Fall 2012, Part One: Understanding Rhetorical Agency's Shifting Forms by Talking with Women Farmland Owners

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Rachel Wolford will present a talk, "Understanding Rhetorical Agency's Shifting Forms by Talking with Women Farmland Owners," on Wednesday, September 26 at noon in Kirby Plaza 302.

This presentation begins this year's series of Word Association Talks, featuring current research from faculty and graduate students in the English and Writing Studies departments. These informal, lunch-time gatherings showcase work destined for upcoming conferences, portions of books or articles in progress, or examples of recently published scholarship, innovative teaching, or professional practice.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and a beverage.

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