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Reinventing Rhetoric Scholarship
Reinventing Rhetoric Scholarship
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Reinventing Rhetoric Scholarship

Fifty Years of the Rhetoric Society of America
Dave Tell, Roxanne Mountford, David Blakesley
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Reinventing Rhetoric Scholarship

Fifty Years of the Rhetoric Society of America
Dave Tell, Roxanne Mountford, David Blakesley
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Reinventing Rhetoric Scholarship: Fifty Years of the Rhetoric Society of America collects essays reflecting on the history of the Rhetoric Society of America and the organization's 18th Biennial Conference theme, "Reinventing Rhetoric: Celebrating the Past, Building the Future, " on the occasion of the Society's 50th anniversary. The opening section, "Looking Back: RSA at Fifty" describes the establishment of the organization and includes remembrances from some of the founders. These historical essays consider the transdisciplinary nature of RSA scholarship and pedagogy and offer critical reviews of trends in some of its subfields. The essays in the second section, "Reinventing the Field: Looking Forward, " focus on the future of scholarship and pedagogy in the field, from reinventing scholarship on major figures such as Vico, Burke, and Toulmin, to reconsidering future work on rhetoric and democracy, rhetoric and religion, and rhetoric from both sides of the Atlantic. The authors in the last section, "Rhetorical Interventions, " offer critical interventions on contemporary issues, including food justice, fat studies, indigenous protest, biopolitics, Chinese feminism, and anti-establishment ethos. Together, the essays in Reinventing Rhetoric Scholarship offer a Janus-faced portrait of a discipline on the occasion of its golden anniversary: a loving and critical remembrance as well as a robust exploration of possible futures.Contributors include Kristian Bjørkdahl, David Blakesley, Leah Ceccarelli, Catherine Chaput, Rachel Chapman Daugherty, Richard Leo Enos, Joseph Good, Heidi Hamilton, Michelle Iten, Jacob W. Justice, Zornitsa Keremidchieva, Jens E. Kjeldsen, Abby Knoblauch, Laura Leavitt, Andrea A. Lunsford, Paul Lynch, Carolyn R. Miller, James J. Murphy, Shelley Sizemore, Ryan Skinnell, David Stock, Joonna Smitherman Trapp, Victor J. Vitanza, Ron Von Burg, Scott Welsh, Ben Wetherbee, Elizabethada A. Wright, Hui Wu, Richard E. Young, and David Zarefsky.

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Publisher
Parlor Press, LLC
Year
2020
ISBN
9781643170992
Topic
Languages & Linguistics
Subtopic
Rhetoric

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