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Eda Ozyesilpinar

 
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Eda Ozyesilpinar
Visiting Assistant Professor, English

As an interdisciplinary scholar, my research focus falls into a broad trajectory of rhetorical theory and border-identity politics, In particular, my work is at the intersection of comparative-cultural rhetorics, rhetorical cartography, space/place and memory studies, and information design and visual-cross cultural communication. The theoretical basis of my research focus is rooted in rhetorical theory, post-modernism, and critical post-colonial studies (Orientalism in particular), and globalization in the age of post-information technology. This interdisciplinary frame converges with rhetoric-composition studies in my work with a focus on rhetorical circulation, translingualism, digital and multimedia/multimodal rhetorics, and English Language Learner (ELL) instruction.

KEYWORDS

  1. rhetorical cartography
  2. Non-Western rhetorics
  3. Orientalism
  4. Space/place
  5. Memory.

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