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The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics

ISSN: 2472-7318


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Inside this Issue

JOMR Vol. 5, No. 2 

Fall 2021

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Racial Countermemory: Tourism, Spatial Design, and Hegemonic Remembering,” by April O’Brien and James Chase Sanchez


A Feeling for the Algorithms: A Feminist Heuristic for Researching with Algorithms,” by Patricia Fancher


Utilizing Digital Storytelling in Composing Apocalyptic/Post-apocalyptic Fiction: A Case Study of Rural and Native American College Students,” by Tara Hembrough


Constellating Arts-based and Queer Approaches: Transgenre Composing in/as Writing Studies Pedagogy,” by Kristin LaFollette


artifact: a comic essay about a revision of a revision assessment rubric for student writing,” by Karah Parks


Writing as Designing: Integrating Infographics in Composition,” by Eric Cody Smothers


Musical Listening: Addressing the Rhetoric of Music in Sonic and Multimodal Composition,” by Michael David Measel



Slow Looking: Sitting with the Black Lives Matter Murals of Downtown Raleigh,” by Kelsey Virginia Dufresne


Between Intervals: A Soundscape for all Us Monsters,” by Robert Lestón



American Indian and Indigenous Rhetorics: A Digital Annotated Bibliography,” by Kimberly G. Wieser, Antoinette Bridgers-Smith, Derek Bartholomew, Davina Caddell, Brian Daffron, Taylor Ellis, Matt Kliewer, Haeyoung Lee, Elisabeth Murphy, Allison Nepomnick, Jessica Nichols-Ruedy, Brenna O'Hara, Kelli Pyron-Alvarez, Tatiana Rosillo, Stephanie Salyer, Kristen Wheaton, Aaron Whitestar, Jacob Witt, and Jordan P. Woodward



Rev. of Ersula J. Ore’s Lynching: Violence, Rhetoric, and American Identity, by Beau Pihlaja


The Chair and the Myth of the Anti-Racist Superhero”: Rev. of The Chair, by Vani Kannan 



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This issue was arranged, edited, and published within the traditional territories of the Akokisa and Karankawa peoples.