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Transforming “Rubbertown”

Throgmorton, James A. Work in progress. “Transforming ‘Rubbertown’: The Rhetorical Construction of Sustainability and Environmental Justice in Louisville, Kentucky.” I’m still working on this paper, wanting to revise it in light of the “Toxic Talk” Symposium I directed back in … Continue reading

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Toxic Talk (2007)

In the fall of 2007, the University of Iowa’s Project on Rhetoric of Inquiry (POROI) sponsored a semester-long event entitled “Toxic Talk: A Symposium on Disciplinary Rhetorics, Environmental Justice, and Sustainability.” I had the opportunity to organize and conduct it. … Continue reading

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