Workshop Proposal Deadline Extended to 10 January 2007
RSA Summer Institute Workshops
22-24 June 2007
Workshops may take many forms, from mini-seminars to the introduction of methods in research or analysis to activist projects to on-going scholarly collaborations to curriculum development. They may be proposed by a single person or a collaborative group.
We see the workshop setting as very open. a place to continue conversations or projects begun in 2005 or elsewhere, to begin new lines of research, to work on writing projects (individually or collaborative), to develop pedagogical strategies or materials, or to generate exciting new approaches to rhetorical studies. Topics of workshops proposed in 2005 included the following:
- Rhetoric and Public Memory
- Rhetorics of Second-Wave Feminism
- Rhetoric as Pedagogical Tradition: The Early 20th Century and Oral Communication
- A Rhetorician's Guide to Discourse Analysis
- The Rhetoric of the Scientific Revolution
- Rhetoric and the Jesuit Tradition
- Publics Theory and Public Criticism: Citizen Discourse and Rhetorical Democracy
- Reinventing the Rhetoric of Social Movements
- Discourses of Slavery
- Guide to Research in Rhetorical Studies
- Rhetoric's Place in the Undergraduate Curriculum
RPI offers comfortable small group meeting rooms with excellent audiovisual support. Workshop presenters and participants will be included in the plenary events scheduled for Friday afternoon and evening: visits to local historical sites related to the plenary lecture by S. Michael Halloran, along with a free dinner and awards ceremony. Saturday evening features a free buffet dinner aboard a cruise ship on the Hudson River. Please see the institute announcement for details about registration fees, lodging, and other meals.
The deadline for workshop proposals has been extended to 10 January 2007. Please send a 1-page description of the topic and brief cv's for all proposers to David Kaufer (email@example.com) and Sara Newman (firstname.lastname@example.org). Accepted presenters will be notified on 15 January 2007, and a list of workshop topics and presenters will be posted on the RSA website. Potential participants will then apply directly for admission to the workshop.