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Welcome to another episode of Prolific! Continuing our series on different movements within composition studies, this time around, we’re focusing on feminism! As usual, the beginning of this episode runs through the history of feminism as it’s been implemented into composition, going over key articles and people within that scholarship. The latter part of the episode is a conversation I had with three other graduate students at Michigan State University. For now, here are a list of references in APA style! Also, I’ve noticed that the references in the show notes for some podcast players are formatting all weirdly. If you need to see them formatted correctly, feel free to stop by the Soundcloud page for the podcast at bit.ly/ProlificPodcast.