Global Rhetorics Podcast
The podcast that amplifies the work and networks of underrepresented rhetoricians around the globe.
We seek to de-center the American and Western voices that dominate rhetorical studies and, in turn, to enrich the field by amplifying the scholarship of underrepresented scholars around the globe.
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We want underrepresented–especially nonwhite and nonwestern–scholars to shape the vision for this podcast and to join our international team.
In the makeup of our team, the selection of our guests, and the content of our episodes, we value diversity of race, gender, sexuality, ability, class, and other marginalized groups. We are committed to foregrounding the voices of underrepresented scholars, especially nonwhite and Indigenous scholars and those from the Global South.
Listen to Our Episodes
In the current season, our episodes interview scholars working in a variety of countries, cultures, and disciplines about their rhetorically-oriented research and teaching.
This special episode interviews Dr. Kefaya Diab, a Jordanian scholar of Palestinian origin who is postdoctoral fellow at Indiana University in the United States. She discusses her research about the role of affect in activist work–a phenomenon she terms “a sense of agency”–and provides examples from the Tunisian Arab Spring and from academia itself. We […]
This is the second of a two-part interview with Dr. Frida Buhre and Dr. Erik Bengtson, co-founders of the International Rhetoric Workshop (IRW). In this episode, they tell us about the role of rhetoric at large in Sweden, including a popular game show that’s all about rhetoric. They also discuss the origins of the IRW […]
This is the first of a two-part interview with Dr. Frida Buhre and Dr. Erik Bengtson, both scholars at Uppsala University in Sweden. They tackle rhetoric’s relationship with two big ideas: time and truth. They also discuss the next generation of rhetorical scholarship in Sweden. This interview was conducted in August 2019 at Uppsala University. […]