As I begin thinking about my comprehensive examinations, especially the upcoming specialization portion, I have started to compile a list of sources relevant to my areas of interest: technical communication, rhet/comp, visible rhetoric, women’s and gender studies, feminism, critical theory, medical rhetoric. The following is what I have at this stage in the process, and suggestions for additions would be much appreciated!
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