Visiting Assistant Professor, Oregon State University

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Chelsea Graham’s research occurs at the intersection of environmental communication, rhetoric of science, and the history of rhetoric. Broadly, she is interested in the ways the relationship between nature and culture has been imagined and institutionalized on the American landscape, and the implication of that boundary for environmental politics and rhetorical criticism.

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