Brittain Fellow Chelsea J. Murdock Publishes Article in Rhetoric Review

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The collaborative article, "Decolonizing Projects: Creating Pluriversal Possibilities in Rhetoric," by Ellen Cushman, Rachel Jackson, Annie Laurie Nichols, Courtney Rivard, Amanda Moulder, Chelsea Murdock, David M. Grant, and Heather Brook Adams discusses various perspectives and potentials of decolonial work. Murdock’s contribution discusses Native American “ledger art,” drawings and paintings done on institutional genres by Indigenous artists. She notes that the motion that is inherent in these drawings requires that rhetoricians revise their understandings of time, space, and movement. Murdock asserts that this transrhetorical understanding of ledger art is an articulation of “continuance,” or the continued presence and action of Native presence.


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