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Who Cares If Rhetoricians Landed on the Moon? Or, a Plea for Reviving the Politics of Historiography
Most historical research in rhetorical studies is underwritten by an imperative to “broaden” the field’s historical horizons—to seek out overlooked, underrepresented, or excluded subjects. ThisExpand
Faking the News: What Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald J. Trump
Elizabeth Cady Stanton's 1854 “Address to the Legislature of New York” and the Paradox of Social Reform Rhetoric
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is widely regarded as one of the most important women's rights orators of the nineteenth century. She is credited with opening new rhetorical spaces for women through brilliantExpand
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