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Rhetorically Speaking

Program in Writing and Rhetoric, Stanford University

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Rhetorically Speaking

Rhetorically Speaking

Program in Writing and Rhetoric, Stanford University

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The podcast about how and why rhetoric matters, brought to you by Stanford University's Program in Writing and Rhetoric

Latest Episodes

E13 The Rhetoric of Pandemics and COVID19

In this episode, RS co-host Jenne Stonaker is joined by guests Sarah Pittock and Hayden Kantor to discuss the rhetoric of COVID19. Image credit: NIAID-RML

47 minMAY 2
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E13 The Rhetoric of Pandemics and COVID19

E12 *The Value of Doing Nothing

In this bonus episode, the RS team shares their personal stories and reflections taking Jenny Odell's message to heart. What do we stand to gain when we pause to do nothing other than just pay attention? And how might this crazy moment where we collectively shelter in place invite us to practice the important life skill of paying attention. Listen to find out more.

27 minMAR 31
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E12 *The Value of Doing Nothing

E11 A New Kind of Resolution

Did you know that 80% of New Year's resolutions fail within the first two months? For our Feb episode, we explore how Jenny Odell's How to Do Nothing helps us make sense of and resist the tyranny of New Year’s resolutions and their relationship to the attention and self-help economies.

28 minMAR 1
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E11 A New Kind of Resolution

E10 She Speaks

For our tenth episode and the first of 2020, RS talks to Cristina Ramirez and Jess Enoch about how the Mexican Revolution shaped early Latina feminism and the rhetorical strategies of Mexican journalists and activists, and we explore the value and politics in curating these writings into the first bilingual women-centric anthology in rhetoric studies.

25 minJAN 31
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E10 She Speaks

E09 Accessing an Education

PWR colleague and disability studies scholar Lindsey Dolich Felt talks to RS about the rhetoric and implications of accessibility and education.

24 min2019 DEC 18
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E09 Accessing an Education

E08 Cuts Like A Knife

We talk birthing rhetoric and cesarean with Amanda Fields and Rachel Moritz, co-editors of the beautiful collection My Caesarean: 21 Mothers on the C-Section Experience and After.

27 min2019 NOV 1
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E08 Cuts Like A Knife

E07 Citation Politics

Who do you draw on for evidence and authority? How does who we cite matter? We kick off Season 2 with a minisode that explores the ethical ramifications of citation politics.

16 min2019 OCT 20
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E07 Citation Politics

Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 of Rhetorically Speaking is here. Listen to learn more about some of the exciting ideas and content coming your way this year.

3 min2019 SEP 28
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Season 2 Trailer

E06 Communicating Science, Student Perspectives

Students in Stanford's Program in Writing and Rhetoric's Notation in Science Communication share highlights and memories from the program.

14 min2019 JUL 13
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E06 Communicating Science, Student Perspectives

E05 In The Class with Ellen Carillo

A mini-episode on how to read better with screens with Dr. Ellen Carrillo at the University of Connecticut.

11 min2019 JUN 20
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E05 In The Class with Ellen Carillo

Latest Episodes

E13 The Rhetoric of Pandemics and COVID19

In this episode, RS co-host Jenne Stonaker is joined by guests Sarah Pittock and Hayden Kantor to discuss the rhetoric of COVID19. Image credit: NIAID-RML

47 minMAY 2
Comments
E13 The Rhetoric of Pandemics and COVID19

E12 *The Value of Doing Nothing

In this bonus episode, the RS team shares their personal stories and reflections taking Jenny Odell's message to heart. What do we stand to gain when we pause to do nothing other than just pay attention? And how might this crazy moment where we collectively shelter in place invite us to practice the important life skill of paying attention. Listen to find out more.

27 minMAR 31
Comments
E12 *The Value of Doing Nothing

E11 A New Kind of Resolution

Did you know that 80% of New Year's resolutions fail within the first two months? For our Feb episode, we explore how Jenny Odell's How to Do Nothing helps us make sense of and resist the tyranny of New Year’s resolutions and their relationship to the attention and self-help economies.

28 minMAR 1
Comments
E11 A New Kind of Resolution

E10 She Speaks

For our tenth episode and the first of 2020, RS talks to Cristina Ramirez and Jess Enoch about how the Mexican Revolution shaped early Latina feminism and the rhetorical strategies of Mexican journalists and activists, and we explore the value and politics in curating these writings into the first bilingual women-centric anthology in rhetoric studies.

25 minJAN 31
Comments
E10 She Speaks

E09 Accessing an Education

PWR colleague and disability studies scholar Lindsey Dolich Felt talks to RS about the rhetoric and implications of accessibility and education.

24 min2019 DEC 18
Comments
E09 Accessing an Education

E08 Cuts Like A Knife

We talk birthing rhetoric and cesarean with Amanda Fields and Rachel Moritz, co-editors of the beautiful collection My Caesarean: 21 Mothers on the C-Section Experience and After.

27 min2019 NOV 1
Comments
E08 Cuts Like A Knife

E07 Citation Politics

Who do you draw on for evidence and authority? How does who we cite matter? We kick off Season 2 with a minisode that explores the ethical ramifications of citation politics.

16 min2019 OCT 20
Comments
E07 Citation Politics

Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 of Rhetorically Speaking is here. Listen to learn more about some of the exciting ideas and content coming your way this year.

3 min2019 SEP 28
Comments
Season 2 Trailer

E06 Communicating Science, Student Perspectives

Students in Stanford's Program in Writing and Rhetoric's Notation in Science Communication share highlights and memories from the program.

14 min2019 JUL 13
Comments
E06 Communicating Science, Student Perspectives

E05 In The Class with Ellen Carillo

A mini-episode on how to read better with screens with Dr. Ellen Carrillo at the University of Connecticut.

11 min2019 JUN 20
Comments
E05 In The Class with Ellen Carillo
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