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Rhetoric of science

Adam Pittman

A first-year graduate student at the University of Findlay's Master of Arts Rhetoric and Writing Program.

Christa Teston

Christa Teston studies how humans navigate uncertainty in technoscientific, biomedical and media-rich domains. Specifically, she researches the evidential backstage, or all the work that goes on behind the scenes when experts attempt to corral chaos. Her first book—Bodies in Flux: Scientific Methods for Negotiating Medical Uncertainty (University of Chicago Press)—critiques the fetishization of certainty and advocates for an ethic of care that honors human fragility and bodily flux. Bodies in Flux was awarded the 2019 CCCC Best Book in Technical or Scientific Communication.

Michelle Sidler

Purdue University (1991-1998)
Rhetoric and Composition

Jordynn Jack

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