Shirley Wilson Logan Award Recipients’ Roundtable

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Shirley Wilson Logan Diversity Scholarship Award Recipients’ Roundtable

Sunday, October 1st at 2:30pm EST, Cosby Hall Auditorium

The Shirley Wilson Logan Diversity Scholarship award encourages feminist scholarship (particularly historical in nature) by graduate scholars from diverse and historically un- or underrepresented groups.  The award is given to first-time presenters at the Feminisms and Rhetorics conference. 

Join this roundtable to hear the research by this year’s Logan Award winners. 

Moderator: Dr. Sherita V. Roundtree, Towson University

Morgan Carter, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

“Rhetorical Reckonings with Reproduction Post-Dobbs”

Nicole Koyuki Golden, Michigan State University

Celebrating as Culturing: An Approach for Restorative Justice

Marissa Kessenich, University of Virginia

“Rhetorics of Recovery: Towards Articulating a Counter-Historical Reading and Imaginative Practice”

Nissele Contreras, Michigan State University

Central American Belonging: Latinx Identity-Building and the Limits of Mestiza Rhetoric

Erin Green, University of Maryland

“Feminist Mentorship by Grad Students, for Grad Students”

“Trans Rhetorics at the Margins”

Lamaya Williams, Old Dominion University

“Feminist Activism as Lifework: Generating Six Principles of Activism”