Frida Buhre is a rhetorician working at the intersection of climate justice, children’s political agency, and governance. Her dissertation, Speaking Other Times, explores how imaginaries of time can be used in political rhetoric to enable agency. At The Seed Box she serves as a postdoctoral fellow in Growing up in a Warming World, conducting research on the political aesthetics of the Fridays for Future.
Frida is Co-Founder of the International Rhetoric Workshop (IRW), appears regularly in media, and is a dedicated teacher. She has spent time as a visiting fellow at University of Washington and Northwestern University. Currently, she is editing a special issue on Bending Time: Rhetoric, Temporality, Power, and is working on a book manuscript on the importance of anachronisms in political rhetoric.