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GRADS@WORK: PhD student lead author of an essay in special issue on Transgender Rhetorics

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PhD student Sophia Maier is lead author of an essay included in a special issue on Transgender Rhetorics, published in Peitho, the peer-reviewed journal of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition. The essay, “GET THE FRAC IN! Or, The Fractal Many-festo: A (Trans)(Crip)t, was co-authored with V. Jo Hsu, University of Arkansas, Christina Cedillo, University of Houston Clear Lake, and & M. Remi Yergeau, University of Michigan. The essay reflects Sophia’s interests in disability rhetorics, including the ways that disability rhetorics interact with feminist theory, queer theory, colonial theory, and rhetorics of science.