648. Untimely Historiographies
Monday, 11 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., Armitage, Chicago Marriott
Program arranged by the Rhetoric Society of America
Presiding: Michelle Ballif, Univ. of Georgia
Speakers: Michelle Ballif; Hans Kellner, North Carolina State Univ.; Jane Sutton, Penn State Univ., York; Victor J. Vitanza, Clemson Univ.; Bradford Vivian, Syracuse Univ.
For abstracts, visit jordynnjack.com/rsa-at-mla/.
This roundtable features contributors to the Rhetoric Society Quarterly 2014 special issue, Untimely Historiographies. Presenters will discuss rhetorical theories and strategies that disrupt chronological narratives in historical writing, drawing on concepts ranging from the chronoschism to contingency to anachronology.
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