2016 ARST @ NCA Preconference

Post-critique Rhetorics

Wednesday, November 9, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown, Washington Room (1st Floor)

Philadelphia, PA

 

2015 NCA Preconference Schedule

 

8:30-9:00 Registration

 

9:00-9:15 Introduction

Opening Remarks, Scott Graham, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 

9:15-10:30 | Scenes from Upstream: A Gathering of Post-Critique Rhetoric

Has Critique Run Out of Stream? Roles for (Post-)Critique in River Restoration

Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, University of Rhode Island

 

Which One of You am I Talking To? The Closeted Climate-Change Denier in the Science Writing Classroom

Kate Maddelena, University of North Carolina-Wilmington

 

Interdisciplinary Initiatives, Rhetorical Invention, and Post-Critique

Molly Hartzog, Frostburg State University

 

Hybrid Forums on the Headwaters: Post-Critique Topologies in the San Pedro Creek Project

Kenny Walker, University of Texas, San Antonio

 

10:30-10:45 | Morning Break

 

10:45-12:00 | Of Microbes & Medicine

The Logic of Care in Microbial Ecology: Tinkering Through Uncertainty as a Rhetorical Process of Disciplinary Integration

Christopher McCracken, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse

 

A rhetorical approach to public health nutrition guidance: Shifting from understanding to action through critical health communication collaboration

Adele Hite, North Carolina State University

Andrew Carter, University of Memphis

 

Defining Injury, Managing Uncertainty: The Circulation of Definitions of Traumatic Brain Injury

Daniel Kenzie, Purdue University

 

Beyond a Rhetoric of Patient Deficit: Using Actor-Network Theory to Diagnose the Problem of Prescription Drug Labels

Molly Kessler, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 

12:00-1:30 | Lunch (on your own)

 

1:30-2:45 | RSTM On A Critique/Service Continuum

Balancing Engagement and Scholarship: Two Perspectives on the RSTM Critique/Service Continuum

Sara Beth Parks, Iowa State University

Rachel Murdock, Iowa State University

 

Binding the Binary: Embracing Both Critique and Service Amidst Vaccine Controversy

Laura Jackman Dunn, Iowa State University

 

Sharing the Toolbox: Using Data Visualizations to Aid in Public Understanding of Science

Shannon N. Fanning, Iowa State University/ Montclair State University

 

Acquiring Expertise: Citizen Scientists and Networked Expertise

Ashley Kelly, University of Waterloo

Brad Mehlenbacher, North Carolina State University

 

2:45-3:00 | Afternoon Break

Coffee, tea, and soda provided

 

3:00-4:00 | (Post-)Critical Theory Lightning Round

What Should We Do?: Ethical Advocacy and Pluralism in Post-Critical Rhetorics of Science and Technology

Miles Coleman, Seattle University

 

What’s Right and Wrong in ANT: Reflections on Normative Ethics in Post-Criticism of Technical and Science Communication

Aimee Roundtree, Texas State University

 

Rhetoric of Science, Action, Responsibility, and Trust

Jean Goodwin, North Carolina State University

 

On Not Sending Rhetoric up (or down) the Stream

Zoltan Majdik, North Dakota State University

 

4:00-4:45 | Post-Critique Praxis & Pedagogy Roundtable

Panelists:

Carl Herndl, University of South Florida,

Leah Ceccarelli, University of Washington

Bill Keith, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

John Lynch, University of Cincinnati

Bridie McGreavy, University of Maine

Lisa Meloncon, University of Cincinnati

 

 

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