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Further Reading

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Further Reading

 

Fill this page with readings that are appropriate to the course material. I've created topical divisions to help manage them. Feel free to create new topics.

 

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Historiography

 

Ballif, Michelle. “Re/Dressing Histories: Or, On Re/Covering figures Who Have Been Laid Bare By Our Gaze.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22.1 (1992): 91-98.

 

RSQ special issue “The Alliance of Rhetoric Societies Conference, 2003: Conversations in Evanston.” 34.3.

 

See especially:

Bizzell, Patricia, and Susan Jarratt. “Rhetorical Traditions, Pluralized Canons, Relevant History, and Other Disputed Terms: A Report from the History of Rhetoric Discussion Groups at the ARS Conference.” 19-25.

 

Jarratt, Susan. “Review: Using Postmodern Histories of Rhetoric.” College English 61 (1999): 605-14.

 

Feminist Historiography

 

The debate over feminist historiographical methods in College English 62.3 (2000)

 

Gale, Xin Lui. “Historical Studies and Postmodernism: Rereading Aspasia of Miletus.” 361-86.

 

Glenn, Cheryl. “Truth, Lies, and Method: Revisiting Feminist Historiography.” 387-89.

 

Jarratt, Susan. “Rhetoric and Feminism: Together Again.” 390-391.

 

And responses:

Wu, Hui, and Xin Liu Gale. “A Comment on ‘Historical Studies and Postmodernism:

Rereading Aspasia of Miletus’ and Response.” College English 63.1 (2000): 102-5.

 

The debate over feminist historiography in Philosophy and Rhetoric

 

Biesecker, Barbara. “Coming to Terms with Recent Attempts to Write Women in the

History of Rhetoric.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 25.2 (1992): 140-59.

 

Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs. “Biesecker Cannot Speak for her Either.” Philosophy and

Rhetoric 26.2 (1993): 153-61.

 

Biesecker, Barbara. “Negotiating with our Tradition: Reflecting Again (Without

Apologies) on the Feminization of Rhetoric.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 26.3

(1993): 236-41.

 

Women's rhetorics

Mattingly, Carol. "Uncovering Forgotten Habits: Anti-Catholic Rhetoric and Nineteenth Century American Women's Literacy." CCC 58.2 (2006): 160-81.

 

Kennedy, Kristen. "Hipparchia the Cynic: Feminist Rhetoric and the Ethics of Embodiment" Hypatia 14.2 (Spring 1999): 48-71.

 

Chinese rhetorics

Mao, Luming. "Studying the Chinese Rhetorical Tradition to the Present: Re-presenting the Native's Point of View." College English 69.3 (2007): 216-37.

 

Liu, Yameng. "To Capture the Essense of Chinese Rhetoric: An Anatomy of a Paradigm in Comparative Rhetoric" "Rhetoric Review" 14.2 (Spring 1996): 318-335.

 

Native American rhetorics:

Bizzell, Patricia. “The 4th of July and the 22nd of December: The Function of Cultural Archives in Persuasion, as Shown by Frederick Douglass and William Apess.” CCC 48.1 (1997): 44-60.

 

Murray, David. Forked Tongues: Speech, Writing and Representation in North American Indian Texts. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1991.

 

Powell, Malea. “Rhetorics of Survivance: How American Indians Use Writing.” CCC 53.3 (2002): 396-34.

 

Richard Lyons, Scott. "Rhetorical Sovereignty: What Do American Indians Want from Writing?" "College Composition and Communication" 51.3 (Feb. 2000): 447-468.

 

Yagelski, Robert. "A Rhetoric of Contact: Tecumseh and the Native American Confederacy" "Rhetoric Review" 14.1 (Autumn 1995): 64-77.

 

Baudrillard

Gane, Mike, Ed. Baudrillard Live: Selected Interviews. New York: Routledge, 1993.

 

Rojek, Chris, and Bryan Turner, Eds. Forget Baudrillard? New York: Routledge, 1993.

 

Foucault, Michel.

 

Punday, Daniel. "Foucault's Body Tropes" New Literary History 31.3 (Summer 2000): 509-528.

 

Borderland(s) Rhetoric(s)

 

Aigner-Varoz, Erika. "Metaphors of a Mestiza Consciousness: Anzaldua's 'Borderlands/La Frontera'" "MELUS" 25.2 (Summer 2000): 46-62.

 

Licona, Adela C. "(B)orderlands' Rhetorics and Representations: The Transformative Potential of Feminist Third-Space Scholarship and Zines." "NWSA Journal" 17.2 (Summer): 104-129.

 

Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz

 

Imach, Victoria Cohen. "Escribir desde el Claustro. Cartas Personales de Monjas" (see PDF attachment).

 

Perez, Rosa Perelmuter. "La Estructura Retorica de la Respuesta a Sor Filotea" "Hispanic Review" 51.2 (Spring 1983): 147-158.

 

Vermeylen, Alphonse. "El Tema da la Mayor Fineza del Amor Divino en la Obra de Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz" (See PDF attachment).

 

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Cixous, Helene

 

Cixous, Helene. "The Laugh of the Medusa" "Signs" 1.4 (Summer 1976): 875-893.

 

Duren, Brian. "Cixous' Exorbitant Texts" "Substance" 10.3 (1981): 39-51.

 

Juncker, Clara. "Writing (With) Cixous" "College English" 50.4 (Apr. 1988): 424-436.

 

Lydon, Mary. "Re-Translating no Re-Reading no, Rather: Rejoycing (With) Helene Cixous" "Yale French Studies" 87 (1995): 90-102.

 

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Burke, Kenneth

 

Henderson, Greig E. "Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action." Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1988.

 

Rueckert, William H. "Encounters with Kenneth Burke." Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

 

Rueckert, William H., ed. "Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke." Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969.

 

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hooks, bell

 

hooks, bell. "Essentialism and Experience" American Literary History Vol. 3.1 (Spring, 1991): 172-183.

 

hooks, bell. "From Black is a Woman's Color" Callaloo No. 39 (Spring, 1989): 382-388.

 

hooks, bell. "Micheaux: Celebrating Blackness" Black American Literature Forum Vol. 25.2 (Black Film Issue)(Summer, 1991): 351-360.

 

hooks, bell. "A Revolution of Values: The Promise of Multi-Cultural Change" The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association Vol. 26.1, (Cultural Diversity) (Spring, 1993): 4-11.

 

hooks, bell. "Sisterhood: Political Solidarity between Women" Feminist Review No. 23, (Socialist-Feminism: Out of the Blue)(Summer, 1986): 125-138.

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