From the CFP:
From smart homes to smart cities, digital processes now underlie our everyday lives in ways that are difficult to see. While the computer screen has long served as a way to understand the demarcation between digital and non-digital, online and offline, we have entered a situation in which the line is fuzzier than ever. In response, this seminar asks: What does the rhetorician do now that digital rhetorics can no longer be confined to screens? The proposition for this seminar is that digital rhetoric now extends beyond our traditional avenues of inquiry and underlies areas we once thought to be non-digital.
Read full CFP here.