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02
Jun

Kenneth Burke’s “Lost” Work: The War of Words

Re-Inventing Rhetoric: Celebrating the Past, Building the Future is this year’s theme at the Rhetoric Society of America conference in Minneapolis (occurring May 31 – June 3). We celebrate this theme by sharing the never-before-published work of Kenneth …

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11
Apr

Spanish, an American language

By Rosina Lozano, author of An American Language: The History of Spanish in the United States This guest post is part of our OAH blog series published in conjunction with the meeting of …

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05
Apr

Visit Our Booth at ISA Conference

Attending the International Studies Association conference (ends April 7th) in San Francisco? Visit Booth #703 to see new and notable titles and get a 40% discount on titles with discount code 17E2435. …

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21
Nov

Why Comedy, and Why Now?

Professors and scholars are in a unique position to guide the next generation in reshaping our values to be more equitable and just. During the National Communication Association conference last week in …

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17
Oct

Copyediting Challenge

It’s no secret that copyediting jobs are changing. Just this past June, The New York Times dismantled its 100-plus-person copyediting staff, merging some of the job functions with other editorial duties. As traditional …

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