Amy E. Vidor, PhD
Rhetoric and Composition
Rhetoric of Women in Dystopia
Can We Ever Kill the Author?
Don’t Judge a Book by the Author
Food for Thought, Episode 1
Food For Thought, Episode 2
Food for Thought, Episode 3
From Page to the Big Screen
International Women’s History: The Convoy of 31000
International Women’s History: A Storm in June, Ep. 2
International Women’s History: A Happy Feminist, Ep. 3
The Last Laugh
Mark My Words
The Public Work of Interpretation
Presidential Politicking: Who Puts Those Words in the Candidates’ Mouths?
Scrooge: The Christmas Capitalist
Two Authors–One Literary Spar
Whose Idea Is It Anyway?
Why on earth did working-class German men dress like this to attend political rallies in 1928?
What on earth do an anarchist protest, a Thanksgiving-day parade, and a seamstress have in common?
What on earth do Beyoncé, this sphinx, and Napoléon have in common?
What on earth do these mannequins have to do with Persepolis?
What on earth does this 18th-century bad boy have to do with Jane Austen?
Where on earth is the oldest library in the world?
Why on earth did American feminists move to Russia in the 1920s?
Why on earth is an English suffragette’s grave in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia?
Why on earth is there a statue of a black African saint in a cathedral in Germany?
What on earth were these tropical primates doing in Southern California?
Why on earth would someone preserve this drawing in a research library?
Episode 5. Lucille's Treasure Chest
March 15, 2019
Episode 4. Frankenbooks
February 15, 2019
Episode 3. Dictabelts
January 15, 2019
Episode 2. Bonus Interview
December 19, 2018
Episode 2. Profane Icons
December 15, 2018
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