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James A. Berlin and Social-Epistemic Rhetorics
James A. Berlin and Social-Epistemic Rhetorics
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James A. Berlin and Social-Epistemic Rhetorics

Victor J. Vitanza
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James A. Berlin and Social-Epistemic Rhetorics

Victor J. Vitanza
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The field of rhetoric and composition has, at last, received a long-lost message delivered in the form of Victor J. Vitanza's seminar on James A. Berlin. In this book that is an untext on Berlin's work and its impact on the field, Vitanza acquaints us with Berlin by virtue of many Berlins, in multiplicity, and via the figure of an "excluded third" that wants to deliver to us a new message that was undelivered from Berlin to us, and from Vitanza to Berlin, after Berlin's untimely death in 1994. A seminar on a seminar on the teaching of writing... it is teaching all the way down. They met at the historical NEH seminar at Carnegie Mellon in 1978. Their friendship and rhetorical dialogues spanned only sixteen years, but Vitanza continues the conversation through the seminar, through this book (rife with reflections and, yes, homework for his readers), and through our reception of it. It is up to us now to carry it forward. As Vitanza writes, "I would prefer not to not think that what remains unsaid stays undelivered."

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Publisher
Parlor Press, LLC
Year
2021
ISBN
9781643172217
Topic
Languages & Linguistics
Subtopic
Rhetoric

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