ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Rhetoric Society of Europe organizes a cycle of biannual conferences, unified by a common topic: Rhetoric in Society. The main purpose of the Rhetoric in Society conference series is to bring together scholars sharing a common interest in the modern applications of rhetoric as involved in different contemporary social phenomena.

After the success of the previous editions, the Rhetoric in Society 5 conference will be organized in collaboration with the Polish Rhetorical Society in Warsaw (24-26.06.2015). The venue of the conference is the University of Warsaw. The topic proposed for the 2015 edition is “Rhetoric in the Knowledge Society”.

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Scientific and Organizational Local Committee:

Maria Załęska (Chair)
Agnieszka Kampka (Secretary of the conference)
Agnieszka Budzyńska-Daca (responsible for the Polish section)
Ewa Modrzejewska
Urszula Okulska
Adrianna Siennicka (responsible for the Italian section)

Scientific Committee:

Marc Angenot (McGill University, Canada)
Michael Burke (University of Middelburg, Netherlands)
Andrew Crines (University of Huddersfield, UK)
Emmanuelle Danblon (Université Libre de Bruxelles,Belgium)
John Aubrey Douglass (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
Beata Gaj (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw)
Jean Goodwin (Iowa State University, USA)
Michael Hoppmann (Northeastern University in Boston, USA/Germany)
Jens Kjeldsen (University of Bergen, Norway)
Marie Lund Klujeff (University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Ivanka Mavrodieva (University of Sofia, Bulgaria)
Cyprian Mielczarski (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Cezar Ornatowski (The California State University, USA)
Joanna Partyka (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
Francesca Piazza (University of Palermo, Italy)
Kris Rutten (University of Ghent, Belgium)
Hanna Serkowska (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Sabine Schwarze (University of Augsburg, Germany)
Anne Ulrich (University of Tübingen, Germany)
Hilde Van Belle (University of Leuven Campus Antwerpen, Belgium)
Lisa Villadsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Alejandra Vitale (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)