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by Dr. Cheryl Jean Glenn,Dr. Margaret Mary Lyday,Wendy Beth Sharer,Gregory Clark,William N. Denman,Nan Johnson,Sherry Booth,Thomas P. Miller,Susan Frisbie,Laura J. Gurak,S. Michael Halloran,Susan Kates,Rich Lane,Shirley Wilson Logan,Jill Swiencicki

eBook Rhetorical Education In America epub
  • ISBN: 0817314245
  • Author: Dr. Cheryl Jean Glenn,Dr. Margaret Mary Lyday,Wendy Beth Sharer,Gregory Clark,William N. Denman,Nan Johnson,Sherry Booth,Thomas P. Miller,Susan Frisbie,Laura J. Gurak,S. Michael Halloran,Susan Kates,Rich Lane,Shirley Wilson Logan,Jill Swiencicki
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Alabama Press (September 8, 2004)
  • Pages: 264 pages
  • ePUB size: 1552 kb
  • FB2 size 1814 kb
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is a volume that should be in every library and one that those interested in the history of American composition studies will want to ow. -Rhetorica. Cheryl Glenn is Associate Professor of English at Penn State University and author ofUnspoken: A Rhetoric of Silence and Rhetoric Retold: Regendering the Tradition from Antiquity through the Renaissance.

Rhetorical Education In America book. Susan Kates explores how rhetoric is taught at nontraditional institutions, such as Berea College in Kentucky, where Appalachian dialect is espoused.

Thomas P. Miller To get an education and teach my people : rhetoric for social .

Rhetorical Education In America

Rhetorical Education In America. From Isocrates and Aristotle to the present, rhetorical education has consistently been regarded as the linchpin of a participatory democracy, a tool to foster civic action and social responsibility.

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Mary Beth Edelson (born 1933) is an American artist and pioneer in the feminist art movement, deemed one of the notable "first generation feminist artists. She was also active in the civil rights movement. Edelson is a printmaker, book artist, collage artist, painter, photographer, performance artist, and author. Her works have been shown at museums such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Michael Halloran examines the rhetorical education provided by historical .

Laura Gurak presents the challenges posed to traditional notions of literacy by the computer, the promises and dangers of internet technology, and the necessity of a critical cyber-literacy for future rhetorical curricula. Collectively, the essays coalesce around timely political and cross-disciplinary issues. Rhetorical Education in America serves to orient scholars and teachers in rhetoric, regardless of their disciplinary home, and help to set an agenda for future classroom practice and curriculum design.

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A timely collection of essays by prominent scholars in the fieldon the past, present, and future of rhetoric instruction.

From Isocrates and Aristotle to the present, rhetorical education has consistently been regarded as the linchpin of a participatory democracy, a tool to foster civic action and social responsibility. Yet, questions of who should receive rhetorical education, in what form, and for what purpose, continue to vex teachers and scholars.

The essays in this volume converge to explore the purposes, problems, and possibilities of rhetorical education in America on both the undergraduate and graduate levels and inside and outside the academy. William Denman examines the ancient model of the "citizen-orator" and its value to democratic life. Thomas Miller argues that English departments have embraced a literary-research paradigm and sacrificed the teaching of rhetorical skills for public participation. Susan Kates explores how rhetoric is taught at nontraditional institutions, such as Berea College in Kentucky, where Appalachian dialect is espoused. Nan Johnson looks outside the academy at the parlor movement among women in antebellum America. Michael Halloran examines the rhetorical education provided by historical landmarks, where visitors are encouraged to share a common public discourse. Laura Gurak presents the challenges posed to traditional notions of literacy by the computer, the promises and dangers of internet technology, and the necessity of a critical cyber-literacy for future rhetorical curricula.

Collectively, the essays coalesce around timely political and cross-disciplinary issues.Rhetorical Education in America serves to orient scholars and teachers in rhetoric, regardless of their disciplinary home, and help to set an agenda for future classroom practice and curriculum design.

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