Entries by Peitho Editorial-Team

Welcome Hannah Taylor to the Peitho Editorial Team

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Hannah Taylor will serve as Peitho‘s next Web Coordinator. Hannah is a Lecturer in the Thompson Writing Program at Duke University. Hannah’s research focuses on the intersections of public health, feminist rhetorics, and reproductive rights. Specifically, she analyzes the material, technological, and public discourses that shape the ways […]

Welcome Jennifer Nish to the Peitho Editorial Team

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Jennifer Nish will serve as the next Associate Editor of Peitho. Dr. Nish is Assistant Professor of Technical Communication and Rhetoric at Texas Tech University. Her research interests include transnational feminism, activist rhetoric, disability, and digital media. Her book, Activist Literacies: Transnational Feminisms and Social Media Rhetorics, was […]

CFP: On Race, Feminism, and Rhetoric

Overview The fact of the matter is, we wouldn’t have any feminism worth thinking about or writing about without the work of feminists of color. They have pushed feminism to be better and do better since the beginning. However, these feminists often are not afforded the credit they deserve for creating feminist spaces and demanding […]

Transgender Rhetorics

Please consider submitting work to this fabulous special issue of Peitho on Transgender Rhetorics edited by GPat Patterson (Kent State University at Tuscarawas) & K.J. Rawson (College of the Holy Cross)

Putting emerging tradition of trans-­specific inquiry in Rhetorical Studies into conversation with the Coalition’s gender­-expansive focus on feminist inquiry, we invite contributions to a special issue of Peitho focused on Transgender Rhetorics.

All submissions should be emailed to both editors—GPat Patterson (gpatters@kent.edu) and K.J. Rawson (kjrawson@holycross.edu)—by Sep 30th, 2019.