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Danielle Griffin recently received her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland. Her research interests are focused on histories of rhetorical theory and literacy in the early modern period, feminist rhetoric and labor/working-class studies. Her dissertation, “Working Literacies: Gender, Labor, and Literacy in Early Modern England," explores the literacy abilities and practices of early modern working women, paying attention to the ways that ideologies of patriarchy and labor as well as the institutionalization of poor relief mediated their engagements with literacy. She has also published in Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric and co-edited the collection Feminist Circulations: Rhetorical Explorations Across Space and Time. Outside of her academic interests, Danielle loves movies and dogs, especially her sweet dog Stella.
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