A conversation with Sarah Klotz, author of “Impossible Rhetorics of Survivance at the Carlisle School, 1879–1883.” (10:37)
Sarah Klotz is currently research assistant professor at the Center for Urban Education at USC’s Rossier School of Education. Prior to her current position, she was an English professor at Butte Community College in Northern California, where she taught first-year composition, basic writing, and Native American literature courses. Her research focuses on the intersections of race and literacy education in the United States. She is currently completing a monograph titled Decolonizing Developmental Writing: A Rhetorical History of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, which has been awarded funding through an Emergent Research/er Grant from the Conference on College Composition and Communication.