- Machine generated contents note: Section I Plenary Perspectives -- 1.What Shall We Do with the White People? / Sharon Crowley -- 2.Concord and Controversy on August 28, 1963 / Jack Seher -- Section II Publics, Pedagogies, and Rhetorical Tensions -- 3.Constructing Pluralism: Identification and Division in the Political Transformation of Poland / Cezar M. Ornatowski -- 4.Rhetoric, Dialectic, and Public Discourse / Michael S. Kochin -- 5.Feminist Historiography, Epideictic Rhetoric and the Kent State Shootings: Controversy, Commemoration, and Culpability / M. Karen Powers -- 6.Conflict, Inquiry, and the Narrative Imagination: On the Art of Empathic Reasoning / Zachary Dobbins -- 7.Argument Building from Databases: Remediating Invention in a First-Year Writing Course / J. Blake Scott -- 8.Bringing Concord Out of Educational Discord by Teaching Political Controversy / Donald Lazere -- Section III Freedom, Ethos, and the Rhetoric of Rights -- 9.Internal Discord and "the Signifying Process" in Ethico-Political Rhetoric / Lynn Clarke -- 10.Troubled Freedom: The Grounds of Rhetoric and Psychoanalysis / Ira Allen -- 11.Adaptive Rhetoric: Ethos and Evolved Behavior in Cicero's De Oratore / Alex C. Parrish -- 12."In the Bonds of Woman and the Slave": Analogy and Collective Identity in Woman's Rights Discourse, 1860--1869 / Jennifer Keohane -- 13.When Are Human Rights?: Democratic Anachronism and Obama's Rhetoric of Reproductive Posterity / Megan Foley -- 14.Toward a Feminist Theory of Global Citizenship: (Re)contextualizing Social Rights in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights / Rebecca A. Kuehl -- Section IV Invention, Ambiguity, and Rhetorical Constraint -- 15.Rhetoric for Avoiding Offense: Insinuatio in French Rhetorical Manuals of the Renaissance / Claudia Carlos -- 16.Working for Concord amidst the Controversy: The Role of the Domus in the Circulation of Cicero's "Second Philippic" / Nancy Myers -- 17.Andreia in the Nunnery: Rhetorical Learnedness in Twelfth-Century Byzantium / Ellen Quandahl -- 18.Rhetorical Translation and the Space between Languages / Rebecca Lorimer -- 19.Eiromen and Katestrammene: Styles in Opposition / Kyle Schlett -- 20.The Caribbean Conundrum: The Restrictive Liberation of Language, Rhetoric, and Idiom in Anglophone Caribbean Literature / Timothy Henningsen -- Section V Interdependence, Identity, and the Rhetoric of Dissent -- 21.The Rhetoric of Apostasy: Christopher Hitchens at War with the Left / Paul Lynch -- 22.Harleys and Angels' Wings: Nonverbal Rhetorical Response to the Westboro Baptist Church / Heather A. Roy -- 23.Controversy under Erasure: Memory Museum Practice, and the Politics of Magnitude / William Trapani -- 24."That We Might Become `A Peculiar People'": Spatial Rhetoric as a Resource for Identification / Rosalyn Collings Eves -- 25.Malcolm X's Apocalyptic Rhetoric: Esteeming the Disparaged Tragic Frame / Keith Miller -- Section VI Argument, Reason, and Rhetorical Theory -- 26.Whately on Pragmatics of Arguing / Beth Innocenti -- 27.<Reason> and the Rhetoric of Rational Religion in Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason and Richard Watson's Apology for the Bible / David C. Hoffman -- 28.Augustan Concord, Gothic Controversy and Models of Empire in The Spectator / Jon Leon Torn -- 29.Why Richard Weaver Matters / Patrick Shaw -- 30."To See Our Two Ways at Once": The Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Paul de Man / Ethan Sproat -- 31.Mr. Burke, Meet Helen Keller / Ann George -- Afterword In Memory of Michael C. Leff -- 32.Momentary Civil Religion in Isocrates' "To Philip" / Steven R. Edscorn.
- 9781577667353 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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