Guess What Went To Press?

Jordynn and I are pretty psyched that this one is finally at the printer. Back in 2011, when I was still pregnant with my now-3-year-old and Jordynn’s baby was still a twinkle in her eye (as my father would say), we embarked on this book project. The full...

What “Counts” as Knowledge

A Twitter colleague and I shared an exchange recently that showcased both her beautiful voice and her strong ideas: @krgpryal &….prioritize indigenous knowledge AS KNOWLEDGE, bcz it has all been discredited as mere artifact, myth, curio. #decolonize —...

Stetson Law and Rhetoric Colloquium 2013

This past week, I was lucky enough to participate in the Law and Rhetoric Colloquium at Stetson University College of Law, put together by the inimitable Professor Kirsten K. Davis. Below is the announcement of the Colloquium, which includes a picture of the...

Word Clouds as Discourse Analysis Tool

I just discovered Wordle, a free word-cloud generator. You paste any text you want into a box and the web site’s software generates a word-cloud. For those of you unfamiliar with word-clouds, Wikipedia has this explanation: In the language of visual design, a...