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A History of Women's Public Speaking in the U.S

Our Guest Speaker

Dr. Paige V. Banaji is an Assistant Professor of English and Director of the First-Year Writing Program. Teaching primarily in First Year Writing, Dr. Banaji brings to her classrooms a background in composition pedagogy, rhetorical history and theory, and women’s rhetoric. In addition to composition, she also teaches courses on rhetoric and literature.

Dr. Banaji’s research interests include feminist rhetorics, history of rhetoric, composition pedagogy, and writing program administration. She has presented papers at numerous national and international conferences, including the Conference of College Composition and Communication Convention, and the biennial Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference. Her scholarship has been published in Rhetoric Review and in Rhetoric, History, and Women’s Oratorical Education: American Women Learn to Speak. Dr. Banaji received the Muste Dissertation Prize for her dissertation research on women elocutionists.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 7:00 PM
Via Zoom. Event link will be emailed after registration.

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