City of Rhetoric is about the neighborhoods, cities, regions, and other spaces of our lives. It’s about how place writes and re-writes us and about how we can write and re-write our place in the world. And it’s about teaching: teaching place through writing, teaching writing through place.
The principal blogger is David Fleming, citizen of Northampton, Massachusetts, and professor of English at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. You can read more about him here. And you can email him by clicking here.
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