Professing Rhetoric: Selected Papers From the 2000 Rhetoric by Frederick J. Antczak, Cinda Coggins, Geoffrey D. Klinger PDF
By Frederick J. Antczak, Cinda Coggins, Geoffrey D. Klinger
Representing present thought and examine in rhetoric, this quantity brings jointly scholarship from quite a few orientations--theoretical, serious, ancient, and pedagogical. a few contributions hide paintings that has formerly been silenced or unrecognized, together with local American, African American, Latino, and women's rhetorics. Others discover rhetoric's dating to functionality and to the physique, or to revising canons, stases, topoi, and pisteis. nonetheless others are transforming the rhetorical lexicon to include modern conception. between those various pursuits, rhetoricians locate universal issues and proportion highbrow and pedagogical organizations that carry them jointly at the same time their institutional events continue them aside.
themes mentioned during this assortment contain:
*Rhetoric as figurality; comparative and contrastive rhetorics; rhetoric and gender; and rhetorics of technology and technology;
*Rhetoric and reconceptions of the general public sphere; rhetoric and public reminiscence; and rhetorics of globalization and social swap, together with problems with race, ethnicity, and nationalism;
*Rhetoric's institutionalized position within the academy, when it comes to different humanities and to the interpretive social sciences; and
*The position of rhetoric within the formation of departments and the advance of pedagogy
With its origins within the 2000 Rhetoric Society of the US (RSA) convention, this quantity represents the diversity and power of present scholarship in rhetoric. The conversations contained herein point out that professing rhetoric is, on the flip of the millennium, an highbrow job that engages with and is helping formulate an important public and scholarly questions of at the present time. As such, it is going to be attractive interpreting for students and scholars, and is sure to impress additional proposal, dialogue, and exploration.
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Extra info for Professing Rhetoric: Selected Papers From the 2000 Rhetoric Society of America Conference
McGee's remarks point to a presumption that the rhetoric done in Eng lish departments is inevitably tainted by its close association with English stud ies, and hence, must suffer from an effeteness that saps its political strength. This presumption is made clear in the studied indifference Rhetorical Studies exhibits toward scholarship on the other side of the aisle. As Janice Lauer points out in a review of the scholarship between and among communication, classics, and composition (where she collapses rhetoric with composition), while many "composition historians and theorists ...
Both the introduction of rhetoric in the mid-1950s and its re-introduction in the mid-1980s signaled deep reactions against the forces of progressive educa tion in composition, with its participatory democratic ideals, its reliance on the social sciences, and its attention to students as an obvious but neglected resource for pedagogical research. John Dewey's philosophy of progressive education and its backing by progressive governmental policies masterminded the establish ment of public education in the first half of the century.
The most liberal periods in the history of composition studies and pedagogy—the decade after World War II and the years from the late 1960s to The Politics of Professing Rhetoric 15 the early 1980s—were highly interdisciplinary, influenced particularly by the research conducted in linguistics, anthropology, cognitive and social psychol ogy, sociology and the proliferating interconnections among these fields that contribute to studies in literacy and education. In the introduction to his 1950 A Rhetoric of Motives, Kenneth Burke explains that part of his project is to reclaim the rhetorical elements "that had become obscured when rhetoric as a term fell into disuse, and other specialized disciplines such as esthetics, anthropology, psychoanalysis, and sociology came to the fore" (xiii).
Professing Rhetoric: Selected Papers From the 2000 Rhetoric Society of America Conference by Frederick J. Antczak, Cinda Coggins, Geoffrey D. Klinger