[        ]: National Day of Silence’s Rhetorical Silence as Performative Rhetorical Activism
Hillery Glasby

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Hillery Glasby is a PhD Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Ohio University and the Assistant Director of the Graduate Writing and Research Center. She teaches composition courses focused on revolution(ary) rhetoric(s), anti-LGBTQ bullying movements, LGBTQ identities and writing, environmental sustainability, and sexual literacy. Hillery has also taught LGBTQ literature and Queer Rhetorics and Writing. Her aim in the classroom, and in her scholarship, is to tie theory to practice in the vein of rhetorical agency and social justice.

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