“Recovering the Rhetoric of Mathematics” Edward Schiappa, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Agora is a speaker series within the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh that invites scholars to share work of relevance to the many aspects of communication scholarship.  The Agora features faculty and graduate students from both the Department of Communication and the wider University of Pittsburgh community, as well as other noted scholars from around the world.

This speaker series will feature Edward Schiappa, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

National Communication Association Annual Convention

NCA Presentations by our Graduate Students

"Across the Great (Fire)Wall: China and the Global Internet" Hong Shen, University of Illinois and Carnegie Mellon University

The Agora is a speaker series within the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh that invites scholars to share work of relevance to the many aspects of communication scholarship. 

Hong Shen, University of Illinois and Carnegie Mellon University, will be the speaker at this event.

"The Scales of Rhetoric: Inside the Dilemma of Sympathy and the Sensible Knave", Dr. John Poulakos, University of Pittsburgh

The Agora is a speaker series within the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh that invites scholars to share work of relevance to the many aspects of communication scholarship. 

John Poulakos, University of Pittsburgh, will be speaker at this event.

Graduate Student Pre-Conference Presentations, Ellen Defossez, Kaitlyn Haynal, Jennifer Reinwald, 3:00p-5:00p, 206CL

  • “Between Control and Constraint: Charting Three Rhetorics of Patient Agency” Ellen DeFossez
  • “I’m Not an Expert, But…” Kaitlyn Haynal
  • “Hashtags and the Tetrad: Organizing Social Media Campaigns” Jennifer Reinwald

Undergraduate