James Rushing Daniel is a lecturer in the Interdisciplinary Writing Program at the University of Washington. His work focuses on issues of agency and inequality at the intersection of writing studies, rhetorical theory, and critical theory. His research has appeared in Philosophy and Rhetoric and Composition Studies.
BLARB BLOG POSTS
The Event is Always Political
“Another One for the Fire”: George A. Romero on Race
The Art of the Cover-Up