Bodies of knowledge: embodied rhetorics in theory and practice
Knoblauch, A. Abby, editor
Moeller, Marie E., editor
Utah State University Press, publisher
Challenges the homogenizing (mis)understandings of knowledge construction and provides a complex discussion of what happens when we do not attend to embodied rhetorical theories. Language is always a reflection of culture, to attempt to erase language and knowledge that reflect minoritized and historically excluded cultural experiences obscures the legitimacy of such experiences both within and outside the academy.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Human body and language
Language and culture
Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects
Academic writing -- Social aspects