Published: Emma Frances Bloomfield

Emma Frances Bloomfield (Communication Studies) published two essays in August. The first article is "The Rhetoric of Energy Darwinism: Neoliberal Piety and Market Autonomy in Economic Discourse" in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, which addresses the role of metaphors in disrupting our understanding of energy and the environment. The second article is "Rhetorical Constellations and the Inventional/Intersectional Possibilities of #MeToo" in the Journal of Communication Inquiry, which addresses the variety of ways we assign guilt in cases of sexual violence in the #MeToo movement.

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