Healthy Living: Metaphors We Eat By?

"Attending to the most ubiquitous—and hence least noticeable—metaphors within rhetorics of health and medicine can, as Judy Segal notes, shed light on the values that these terms “smuggle into” healthcare policy and practice"

IARSLCE Conference

Present Tense editors, Elizabeth Angeli and Allen Brizee, presented their scholarship at the International Association of Research on Service-learning and Civic Engagement conference September 23-25.

CFS for Vol. 3.1

We are currently seeking submissions for our upcoming issue. Please see our word cloud of current topic suggestions and our submission guidelines for more information.