Please join the Digital Writing & Research Lab for Dr. K.J. Rawson’s lecture, ‘The Rhetorical Work of Digital Archives,” on Friday February 19 at 3pm. The talk will be held at the Texas Union UNB in room 3.304 (Quadrangle Room).
This month, the Digital Writing & Research Lab is delighted to welcome Dr. K.J. Rawson from the College of the Holy Cross. Dr. Rawson will give a talk titled “The Rhetorical Work of Digital Archives,” drawing upon his extensive work on queer and transgender rhetorical archives. Dr. Rawson has published in numerous journals, including Transgender Studies Quarterly, Radical History Review, QED: A Journal of Queer Worldmaking, and Archivaria. He has also edited and contributed to multiple collections, including Rhetorica In Motion: Feminist Rhetorical Methods and Methodologies (ed. Eileen Schell and K.J. Rawson) and Theorizing Histories of Rhetoric (ed. Michelle Ballif). Dr. Rawson has recently been awarded a grant from the American Council of Learned Societies Digital Innovation Fellowship (ACLS) for his Digital Transgender Archive project, scheduled to launch this year.