Entries by CFSHRC President

Cheryl Glenn Webinar Series for Advancing the Agenda

Greetings, Coalition!   I’m thrilled to announce that the Advisory Board has voted to rename the “Advancing the Agenda Webinar Series” to the “Cheryl Glenn Webinar Series for Advancing the Agenda” and to fund the series, finances permitting, at $500 per year.    Cheryl has been an amazing supporter of the series and of the […]

Summer 2023 Issue of Peitho

We are pleased to announce the Summer 2023 issue of Peitho! It is a special issue with the title “Coalition as Commonplace: Centering Feminist Scholarship, Pedagogies, and Leadership.” The guest editors are Aurora Matzke, Louis M. Maraj, Angela Clark-Oates, Anyssa Gonzalez, and Sherry Rankins-Robertson. It has thirteen articles in sections titled: Coalition in Theory/Praxis in the […]

CFSHRC Volunteer Survey

Dear CFSHRC members and supporters, Many thanks to all who have helped the Coalition during the past three years as we worked to make the organization and the Feminisms & Rhetorics conference more inclusive, accessible, and anti-racist. As we continue this important work, we’re reaching out to you to see if you would be interested […]

Feminisms and Rhetorics Program

Dear All, The program for the 2023 Feminisms and Rhetorics Deconference is here! Looking at this fabulous program, I’m so excited to get to Spelman! Please check back in on the program for small changes and updates as the deconference gets closer. The accessibility guide to the conference is on it’s way as well. Thanks […]

Call for Applications: Peitho Web Coordinator

Peitho Journal Seeks Next Web Coordinator Application Deadline: September 15, 2023 Peitho, the EBSCO-indexed flagship journal of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition (CFSHRC), seeks its next Web Coordinator to serve a 2-year term (October 1, 2023 to April 30, 2025), with the possibility of extending or renewing. As […]

Updates for the 2023 Feminisms and Rhetorics Deconference at Spelman College

We have updated information regarding the 2023 Feminisms and Rhetorics Deconference at Spelman College! On the conference website you can now find information regarding: Schedule: The website now displays the deconference schedule at-a-glance and the deconference special events. Registration: Registration will open next week, and another email notification will go out at that time. For now, please visit the deconference […]

Peitho and EBSCO

The editorial team and editorial board are pleased to announce that the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition has entered into an electronic licensing relationship with EBSCO Information Services, one of the more prolific aggregators of full-text journals, magazines, and other sources for teaching and research. As a result of […]

Seeking Donations for Fundraising Auction at FemRhet 2023

The CFSHRC Development Team seeks donated items for a silent auction at FemRhet 2023. Proceeds from the auction will be used to sustain/expand the Shirley Wilson Logan Diversity Scholarship and the Nan Johnson Outstanding Graduate Student Travel Award in future years. Descriptions of both awards, from the Coalition’s website, are included below. Items should be […]

Call for Article Proposals/2024 Special Issue “Small and Subtle Feminisms: Reconsidering Who or What Is Feminist Enough”

This open invitation calls for authors to submit 500-750 word abstracts for Peitho’s Summer 2024 Special Issue: “Small and Subtle Feminisms: Reconsidering Who or What Is Feminist Enough.” This CFP is available at https://tinyurl.com/subtlefeminisms.   The extremity of violence and dehumanization especially toward queer folk, trans folk, women, and BIPOC demands action that is radical. […]

Peitho Call for Contributions: In Memoriam, Minnie Bruce Pratt

Peitho Call for Contributions: In Memoriam, Minnie Bruce Pratt Minnie Bruce Pratt, poet and LGBTQ+/anti-racist/anti-imperialist activist, passed away on July 2, 2023. She was a teacher, community leader, artist, and feminist and queer theorist who created a legacy in queer and feminist rhetorics. The Fall 2023 issue of Peitho will include a memorial, and you […]