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Episode 89 is Part 2 of The Big Rhetorical Podcast's 2-part Season 5 finale. This episode features a discussion with members of the WPA-GO (Writing Program Administrators--Graduate Organization) leadership team, including Jennifer Burke Reifman, Gabrielle Isabel Kelenyi, Misty D. Fuller, Turnip Van Dyke, and Laura Hardin Marshall. WPA-GO works with the Council of Writing Program Administrators to support WPA preparation for graduate students and strengthen connections between graduate students and professional WPAs through grants, mentoring, networking, professional development, and resources. For more information on The Big Rhetorical Podcast visit www.thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weeble.com and follow us @thebigrhet.  
Episode 101 of The Big Rhetorical Podcast features an interview with Dr. David Grant. Dr. David Grant is an associate professor at the University of Northern Iowa. For the first phase of his career, he served as Writing Program Administrator managing his department's composition courses, offering professional development for instructors, and being a voice for writing on campus. That was phased out in 2015, so he retooled his research agenda to combine his concern with Native American/ First Nation literacies and ecological sustainability. That led to his article in CCC, "Writing Wakan: The Lakota Pipe as Rhetorical Object,” his collaborative work in Rhetoric Review, and a forthcoming collection co-edited with Jennifer Clary-Lemon titled Decolonial Conversations in Posthuman and New Materialist Rhetorics (forthcoming Fall 2022, Ohio State UP). For more information on The Big Rhetorical Podcast visit www.thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com and follow the podcast on Twitter @thebigrhet
Episode 109 of TBR Podcast features an interview with Dr. Amy C. Sullivan. Dr. Amy C. Sullivan is an independent scholar and history professor at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is the author of the book, Opioid Reckoning: Love, Loss, and Redemption in the Rehab State. Her teaching and research focus on personal narratives, community healing, and social change via oral history, public history, and digital archive projects. She lives in Minneapolis with her family. For more information on TBR Podcast visit www.thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com and follow us on Twitter @thebigrhet.
Episode 108 features a discussion with Elena Kalodner-Martin, winner of the 2022 TBR Podcast Emerging Scholar Award. This episode is part of the TBR Podcast Emerging Scholar Series. Elena Kalodner-Martin is a PhD candidate in Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where her research is at the intersection of technical communication, the rhetoric of health and medicine, and feminist studies. Her dissertation theorizes patient narratives on social media as a form of technical and technological expertise. Her latest work appears in Intercom and Programmatic Perspectives and is forthcoming from the Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics and the 2022 IEEE ProComm proceedings. Elena currently teaches writing in the disciplines courses in the College of Information and Computer Sciences at UMass and works as a research writer at Untold Content, an innovation storytelling firm. Visit thebigrhetorical.weebly.com or follow @thebigrhet on Twitter for more information about TBR Podcast.
This episode of The Big Rhetorical Podcast, hosted by Charles Woods, was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy, and features a Keynote Interview with Dr. Madison P. Jones. Madison Jones is an assistant professor in the departments of Writing & Rhetoric and Natural Resources Science at the University of Rhode Island where he is a Senior Fellow at the Coastal Institute and Director of the DWELL Lab. He researches the rhetoric of science through social and historical perspectives, teaches courses on science writing and environmental advocacy, and practices community-engagement with science and environmental advocacy using location-based technologies as well as applying creative and digital/visual approaches to science and environmental communication. His research intersects place-based writing and digital rhetoric to understand how locative media provide new possibilities for environmental advocacy and science storytelling. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of More than Memos was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Rhetoricity was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Writing Remix Podcast was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of 10-Minute Tech Comm, hosted by Ryan Weber, was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Live Thoery: Living Writing & Rhetoric was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Defend & Publish Podcast, hosted by Christine Tulley, was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Kairoticast, hosted by M. Elizabeth Thorpe, was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of TC Talk Podcast was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Gender Sex and Tech Podcast was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Re:Verb Podcast was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com.
This episode of Pedagogue, hosted by Shane Wood, was produced as a part of the 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival, Rhetoric: Places and Spaces In and Beyond the Academy. The 2022 Big Rhetorical Podcast Carnival takes places August 22-25 with new podcasts released each day. For more information visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com. 
Episode 106 of The Big Rhetorical Podcast features an interview with Dr. Aja Martinez as part of our Keystone Perspectives series on our Season 6 finale. Dr. Aja Martinez conducts research on and teaches a range of courses concerning rhetorics of race and ethnicity, including the rhetorics of race within both Western and non-Euro-Western contexts, and beginning, professional and advanced writing courses. Her award-winning book, Counterstory: The Writing and Rhetoric of Critical Race Theory (NCTE 2020), presents counterstory as a method by which to actualize critical race theory (CRT) in rhetoric and writing studies research and pedagogy. Dr. Martinez's work argues specifically that counterstory provides method and methodology for other(ed) perspectives to contribute to conversations about narrative, dominant ideology, and their intersecting influence on curricular standards and institutional practices. Dr. Martinez's body of scholarship provides an interdisciplinary understanding of how counterstory functions, while accomplishing a further goal of establishing counterstory as a pedagogically employable method in writing classrooms. For more information on The Big Rhetorical Podcast visit www.thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com and follow the podcast on Twitter @thebigrhet.
Episode 105 of The Big Rhetorical Podcast features a series of interviews with attendees at the 2022 Computers & Writing Conference, which was held May 18-21, 2022, at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. For more information on The Big Rhetorical Podcast visit www.thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com and follow the podcast on Twitter @thebigrhet. 
Episode 104 of The Big Rhetorical Podcast features an interview with Dr. Cheryl E. Ball. Dr. Cheryl E. Ball guides scholars, editors, and publishers to create sustainable digital scholarship that centers their self-care in the process. Her academic credentials include a PhD in rhetoric and technical communication, a long CV from several institutional affiliations as a professor for 14 years, a library publisher for nearly 5 years, and editor of the longest continuously running scholarly multimedia journal in the world. She is also editor of several other pedagogical publications and directs a non-profit organization for journal editors. She is currently a digital nomad, traveling the US in her hybrid car and consulting on digital scholarly publishing projects wherever the universe takes her. For more information on The Big Rhetorical Podcast visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com and follow us on Twitter @thebigrhet.
Episode 103 of The Big Rhetorical Podcast features an interview with Dr. J. Logan Smilges about his new book, "Queer Silence: On Disability and Queer Silence." J. Logan Smilges is an Assistant Professor of Language, Culture, and Gender Studies at Texas Woman’s University. Led by commitments to transfeminism and disability justice, their scholarship and teaching lie at the nexus of Disability Studies, Trans Studies, Queer Studies, and rhetoric. Their first book, Queer Silence: On Disability and Rhetorical Absence, is forthcoming from the University of Minnesota Press, and their other writing can be found in Disability Studies Quarterly, College Composition and Communication, Rhetoric Review, and elsewhere. Currently, Smilges serves as the co-chair for the Disability Studies Standing Group at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. For more information on The Big Rhetorical Podcast visit thebigrhetoricalpodcast.weebly.com and follow us on Twitter @thebigrhet. 
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