There is a necessary and growing preoccupation in rhetoric of science with the real-world consequences of our work and with the mediating role rhetoric should play at the nexus of science-publics-policy. Emerging from these discussions are calls by Gross, Ceccarelli, and Herndl for thoughtful and practical action. This paper builds from this preoccupation with thoughtful praxis, highlighting three funded collaborations that offer a vision for engaged, mutually beneficial, consequential collaborations in rhetoric of science. Taken together, these collaborations constitute an argument for Herndl’s “applied rhetoric of science.” They move beyond transactional models of collaboration and posit a transdisciplinary vision for rhetoric of science as an integral part of the practice of science itself.
Keywords: rhetoric, rhetoric of science, collaboration, transdisciplinarity, praxis, National Science Foundation
How to Cite:
Druschke, C. G., (2014) “With Whom Do We Speak? Building Transdisciplinary Collaborations in Rhetoric of Science”, Poroi 10(1), p.1-7. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1175
Rights: Copyright © 2014 Caroline Gottschalk Druschke