In the first part of this keynote address from Syracuse University’s Conference on Activism, Rhetoric, and Research, Minnie Bruce Pratt discussed shifting definitions of what it means to be an activist and a feminist, considering the rhetoric we use to talk about change and action. In this second part of her address, Minnie Bruce considers what research has to do with change, with the connection between words and action, the connection between symbolic representation and material realities.
Episode 2 is part two of Minnie Bruce Pratt’s keynote address. To listen to part one, visit the previous post.
To read a PDF of the full transcript, please download it here: Transcript for Episode 2.
The music sampled in this podcast is “On Children” by Sweet Honey in the Rock.