PhD Student Rachel Stroup Wins the Nan Johnson Award
June 02, 2021 English
The Nan Johnson Award was created to support graduate students in their scholarship, to enable their participation at Feminisms and Rhetorics, and to help them find new and returning venues for networking and professionalization.
English PhD candidate Rachel Stroup was among 9 graduate students awarded the 2021 Nan Johnson Award.
The award is presented biennially in odd years to graduate students working in the field of composition and rhetoric and it recognizes outstanding scholarship and research in the areas of feminist pedagogy, practice, history, and theory. In place of the 2021 Feminisms and Rhetorics, the Coalition opted to open up the award to support free registration at any summer or early fall 2021 conference where recipients can share and deepen their understanding of feminist work.
The recipients named above represent all stages of a graduate career, and their work this summer and fall reflects the full range of applications and contributions of feminist rhetorical histories, theories, and practices to interdisciplinary questions. The 2021 awardees will be attending the 2021 SIGDOC conference, as well as the Rhetoric Society of America's 2021 Summer Institute, participating in workshops on "Histories of Rhetoric Elsewhere and Otherwise," "Archival Power," "Precarity and Visual Praxis," "Rhetoric and Public Health," "Rhetoric and Sexual Violence," "Making a Career in Rhetorical Studies," and "Engaging Critical Horizons of 21st-Century Feminisms and Rhetorical Studies."