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Regardless of the discipline, applying an embodied rhetorical lens to course material is a productive way for students to assess and gain new knowledge. Our experiences as creatures in bodies affect both how we create a text and how we receive a text (a text and rhetoric being any form of communication whether in written, visual, or performative form). For this reason, both reading and writing a text is a self-reflexive activity.
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Embodied rhetoric; Positionality; Implicit Bias; Embodiment; Feminist pedagogy
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Hilton, Nanette, "Embodiment as a Lens for Learning" (2021). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 134.
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