The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces In and Beyond the Classroom, memorializes and extends the research and legacy of Dr. Genevieve Critel. Critel’s research—and her legacy as a scholar, educator, and colleague—form the foundations for this collection. This collection presents the perspectives of twenty scholars and educators in the fields of rhetoric and composition, all of whom engage with the question, what does it mean to participate? With discussions ranging from classroom-participation models to participation in online spaces, this collection explores the multifaceted and complex nature of participation, while demonstrating the ongoing necessity for research and theorization of this pedagogical commonplace. Pieces in this collection touch on numerous issues related to participation, including students’ perspectives on participation as an assessed category, how normative standards dictate and shape participation and how these standards can be productively challenged, and new ways to engage with the idea of participation, within the classroom and beyond it.
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Banaji, P.V., Blankenship, L., DeLuca, K., Obermark, L., & Omizo, R. (eds.). (2019). The rhetoric of participation: Interrogating commonplaces in and beyond the classroom. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press. Retrieved from https://ccdigitalpress.org/book/rhetoric-of-participation.
Banaji, Paige V., Lisa Blankenship, Katherine DeLuca, Lauren Obermark, and Ryan Omizo, editors. The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces In and Beyond the Classroom. Logan: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2019, https://ccdigitalpress.org/book/rhetoric-of-participation.
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