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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.


To maintain the style of the template, but sure to put a "!" before your term, hit enter, and type your definition. Doing this will keep the heading format and add the term to the table of contents. Also, be sure to put your terms in alphabetical order.







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.


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.


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.




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


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


Borderland(s) Rhetoric(s)


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.

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