1. Enacting rhetorical field methods in a place-based project 2. The unbuilt city of Reno 3. "No(t) camping": engaging intersections of housing, transportation, and environmental justice through critical praxis 4. Community-engaged rhetoric 5. Unearthing deep roots: tapping rhetoric's generative power to improve community and urban development projects 6. Precarious economies: capitalism's creative destruction in the age of neoliberal campus planning 7. The biggest little ways toward access: thinking with disability in site-specific rhetorical work 8. (Re)designing Innovation Alley: fostering civic living and learning through visual rhetoric and urban design 9. Rhetorical cartographic story maps as public work 10. Afterword - Engaging the university as institutional public actor: employing field methods to map market publicity in a networked public sphere
Catherine Chaput is Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Reno, USA. Her research focuses on the intersecting relations among rhetoric, political economy, and affect. She has written two monographs, edited a collection, and guest edited four journal issues. In addition, she has published dozens of articles and book chapters.Amy Pason is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno, USA. Her research focuses on social movement and counterpublics rhetoric, First Amendment issues related to protest, and academic labor. She is co-editor of What Democracy Looks Like: The Rhetoric of Social Movements and Counterpublics.