Expansiveness in/through RHM

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J. Blake Scott
Lisa Melonçon


With RHM’s first publication year in the books, we stopped for a moment to consider how far we’ve come. In our first two double issues, our editors’ introductions reflected on creating a scholarly dwelling place and shaping the field’s social identity. As we were simultaneously working on this second double issue and our first special issue on Rhetoric of Public Health, forthcoming April of 2019, we were struck by the expansiveness of RHM.

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Editors' Introduction