Research Network Application
Thank you for your interest in the Research Network Forum, which will once again be held at the RSA 2022 Conference. It will take place on the afternoon of Thursday, May 26, in-person, in Baltimore, Maryland. Please complete this application to be considered to participate. The deadline for applications is February 15, 2022.

The purpose of the Research Network is to provide newer members of our profession, with a special emphasis on graduate students, an opportunity to share a work-in-progress article or a chapter in a group session lead by a senior scholar in the field.  To date, over 25 senior scholars have volunteered to participate and serve as group leaders in 2022.

You do not have to send in a completed work-in-progress to apply. If accepted, you will be contacted by RSA around March 1 and then receive a subsequent message from your group leader asking you to share your completed work with your group in April. Each participant will be expected to read and be prepared to discuss the drafts of all participants. Senior scholars may also provide further instructions for the session as the conference approaches.

Please also note that the names of participants in the Research Network will be published in the conference program. Therefore, graduate student participants in the Research Network forum will also be eligible to apply for funding from RSA to help offset the expenses of attending the conference. When it opens, please see the conference registration form for more details about graduate student funding via the Lunsford, Corbett, or Lauer funds.  You must be a member of RSA to attend the Research Network.

If you have any questions, please contact RSA Executive Director Leslie Dinauer at dinauer.rsa@gmail.com.
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Email *
Name *
University/College Affiliation *
Please provide a title of your dissertation chapter or article draft, plus the approximate number of pages of that draft: *
Please provide a 200-word abstract of your chapter or article draft: *
Please indicate a first, second, and third choice of topic area. *
Abortion/Reproductive Justice Rhetoric
African American Rhetoric
Ancient Greek Rhetoric
Antiblack Violence
Archives (and Rhetorical History/Historiography)
Authoritarian Rhetoric
Biopolitics and Thanatopolitics
Bodily Affectivity
Borders/Immigration Rheorics
Celebrity Studies
Civility Discourse
Continental Philosophy
Comparative/Cultural Rhetorics
Digital Rhetoric and Social Media
Digital/Networked Rhetoric/Culture
Discourses on/about/from Africa
Economic Rhetoric and Racial Capitalism
Engaged Research and Digital Media
Environmental Rhetoric
Equity-Oriented Institutional Transformation
Feminism/Feminist Criticism
Foucault
Gendered Violence
Globalization and East Asia
Heidegger and Foucault on language
Intersectional Activism
Intersectional Feminist Rhetorics
Latinx Studies
Life Writing
Media studies
Neoliberalism and Political Economy
New Materialism
Pedagogy
Place-based, Field-based, Critical Geographies
Plato and Rhetorical Theory
Political Rhetoric
Popular Culture
Post Structuralism
Psychoanalysis and Critical Theory
Public Address
Public and Community-based Rhetorics/Writing
Publics and Counterpublics
Public Rhetorics
Queer Rhetoric
Queer and Feminist Rhetoric
Race and Social Movements
Racial Rhetorical Criticism
Rhetoric and Composition History
Rhetoric and Composition Pedagogy
Rhetoric and/or Expertise, Epistemology
Rhetoric and Gender
Rhetoric of Health and Medicine
Rhetoric of Science
Rhetoric of Sport
Rhetoric, Race and Religion
Rhetorical Criticism
Rhetorical Field Methods
Rhetorical History
Rhetorical History and Theory
Rhetorical Theory
Rituals of Citizenship
Science and Technology Studies
Social Movements/Activism Rhetoric
Transamerican & Latin American Rhetorics
Transgender Rhetoric
Transnational and non-Western Rhetorics
Visual Rhetoric / Visual Culture
Writing Studies
First Choice
Second Choice
Third Choice
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