Given the multiple meanings of rhetoric and composition, as well as the vexed history of institutional relationships between these two terms, it is important for scholars to trace how they are “worked”—that is, how they materially function—in a variety of specific circumstances.
Original Publication Information
This article was originally published in College English, Volume 72, Number 5, May 2010.
Horner, Bruce and Lu, Min-Zhan, "Working rhetoric and composition." (2010). Faculty Scholarship. 66.