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Associate Professor Linda Horwitz co-authors article on work of Angela Davis

“Racing/Sexing the Rhetorical Situation: Angela Davis’s Embodied Contextual Reconstruction,” is co-authored by Horwitz and Catherine Palczewski, and appears in Race and Hegemonic Struggle in the United States: Pop Culture, Politics, and Protest, edited by Mary E. Triece and Michael G. Lacy. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.

“The article is a rhetorical analysis of Angela Davis’s opening statement at her trial in 1972, focussing on how she discursively reconstituted how she was seen and understood by her all white jury,” explains Horwitz. 

The book is available on Amazon.