Christina V. Cedillo is an associate professor of Writing and Rhetoric at the University of Houston-Clear Lake whose research draws from cultural rhetorics and decolonial theory to focus on embodied rhetorics and rhetorics of embodiment at the intersections of race, gender, and disability. Christina’s work has appeared in College Composition & Communication, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Composition Forum, and other journals, as well as various edited collections. Christina is past co-chair of the CCCC Committee on Disability Issues, current co-chair of the CCCC Latinx Caucus, and lead editor of the Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics.
Ersula J. Ore is unit chair and associate professor of African & African American Studies at Arizona State University. She is a critical race rhetorican who researches and teaches in the areas of African & African American studies, rhetoric, and racialized violence. Her book Lynching: Violence, Rhetoric, & American Identity (University Press of MIssissippi, 2019) recieved the 2020 Rhetoric Society of America Book Award. Dr. Ore's work can be found in Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Pedagogy, Present Tense, CCCC, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Rhetoric, Politics, & Culture, Quarterly Journal of Speech, and Women's Studies in Communication.
Dr. Kimberly Gail Wieser is Associate Chair and an Associate Professor of English at the University of Oklahoma as well as affiliated Native Studies and Environmental Studies faculty. Her book Back to the Blanket: Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies was published by OU Press in 2017 and is part of the Recovering Languages and Literacies of the Americas Initiative, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Wieser is one of the co-chairs for American Indian Caucus for NCTE/CCCC and serves as a Managing Editor at constellations: a cultural rhetorics publishing space.
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