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Recent PWR News

“If we look closely and engage in rhetorical listening, we can find precarious spaces located in the everyday,” Dr. Cristina Ramírez of University of Arizona suggested during her talk at a PWR program meeting on Friday, April 20th. Indeed, Ramírez’s talk, “Barrio Rhetorics of Belonging: Recovering and Historicizing Hidden Rhetorics from Precarious Spaces,” takes on a project that involves not only listening, but also... Read More

Instructor News

Read below for some highlights of what's been keeping our colleagues busy outside the classroom...

Activity Showcase

Building on PWR’s exploration of cultural rhetorics during September Sessions, Program Meetings,...

Student Spotlight

In this issue, we're pleased to spotlight our graduating seniors from the Notation in Science...

Up Close with Student Winners

In this issue, we're excited to spotlight the winners of the Winter 2018 Boothe Prize and Lunsford...

Coordinator's Corner

When I first arrived at Stanford, I found the Boothe Prize essays to be an incredible teaching...

Writing Specialist Confidential

A WIM Sea Change This spring, the Writing and Rhetoric Requirement Governance Board approved a...

Teachers, Writers, Scholars

Photo caption: Tessa in the Mission district. Photo by Alexis Collatos. PWR Lecturer Tessa Brown...

Instructional Innovations and Inspirations

The PWR Newsletter staff had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Cassie Wright about her new, very...

Committee Updates

Since September, the PWR committees have been hard at work to support the lecturers, students, and...

Rhetoric from the Field

Photo caption: Dr. Kevin Browne (center) with Linguistics professor Dr. John Rickford (far left)...