Routledge Reader in Rhetorical Criticism

ISBN-10: 0415517559

ISBN-13: 9780415517553

Edition: 2013

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Bringing together over 40 key readings on rhetorical criticism in a single accessible format, The Rhetorical Criticism Readerfurnishes instructors with an ideal resource for teaching and practicing the art of rhetorical criticism. Unlike existing readers and textbooks, which rely on cookie-cutter approaches to rhetorical criticism, The Rhetorical Criticism Readerorganizes the field conceptually, allowing teachers and students to grapple with the enduring issues and debates surrounding criticism over the past 50 years. The readings are organized around four sections of conceptual issues and debates in rhetorical criticism: critic/purpose, object/method, theory/practice, and audience/consequentiality. Each section is preceded by an introductory essay that puts each reading into context. For added flexibility, an alternative table of contents is also included for instructors and students to customize their teaching and reading.Intended for upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses in rhetorical criticism, The Rhetorical Criticism Readeruniquely lends itself to thoughtful discussion of the role of the critic in the critical process. It assists readers not only in learning the tools of criticism, but also in reflecting on the values that underlie the critical endeavor.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 10/17/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 840
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.366
Language: English

Critic/Purpose
Must We All Be �ǠRhetorical Critics'?
Criticism Ephemeral and Enduring
Another Shooting in Cowtown
Rhetoric, Society and the Critical Response
Rhetorical Criticism as Moral Action
Communication, Social Justice, and Joyful Commitment
Leff in Context: What is a Critic's Role?
The Critic as Empath: Moving Away from Totalizing Theory
Criticism and Authority in the Artistic Mode
Rethinking Critical Voice: Materiality and Situated Knowledges
"Voice" and "Voicelessness" in Rhetorical Studies
Performing Critical Interruptions: Stories, Rhetorical Inventions, and Environmental Justice Movement
Object/Method
Gettsyburg and Silence
Words the Most Like Things: Iconicity and the Rhetorical Text
Text, Context, and the Fragmentation of Contemporary Culture
Object and Method in Rhetorical Criticism: From Wichelns to Leff and McGee
Literature as Equipment for Living
Accidental Rhetoric: The Root Metaphors of Three Mile Island
Fantasy and Rhetorical Vision: The Rhetorical Criticism of Social Reality
Refitting Fantasy: Psychoanalysis, Subjectivity, and Talking to the Dead
The Rhetoric of the American Western Myth
Spaces of Remembering and Forgetting: The Reverent Eye/I at the Plains Indian Museum, Greg Dickinson
Memory and Reconciliation at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Show/Down Time: "Race," Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Culture
From Public Sphere to Public Screen: Democracy, Activisim, and the "Violence" of Seattle
Theory/Practice
On Viewing Rhetoric as Epistemic
Rhetoric as a Way of Being
Critical Models in the Analysis of Discourse
Knowledge Claims in Rhetorical Criticism
Rhetorical Theory as Heuristic and Moral: A Pedagogical Justification
Constitutive Rhetoric: The Case of the Peuple Québécois, Maurice Charland
Critical Rhetoric: Theory and Praxis
The Critique of Vernacular Discourse
The Materiality of Discourse as Oxymoron: A Challenge to Critical Rhetoric
Another Materialist Rhetoric
Nietzsche and the Aesthetics of Rhetoric
Cinema and Choric Connection: Lost in Translation as Sensual Experience
Audience/Consequentiality
The Second Persona
The Third Persona: An Ideological Turn in Rhetorical Theory
Contextual Twilight/Critical Liminality: J.M Barrie's Courage at St. Andrews, 1922
The Rhetorical Limits of Polysemy
Polysemy: Multiple Meanings in Rhetorical Criticism
The Spectacular Consumption of "True" African America Culture: "Wassup" with the Budweiser Guys?
Vernacular Dialogue and the Rhetoricality of Public Opinion
Out-Law Discourse: The Critical Politics of Material Judgment
Enacting Red Power: The Consummatory Function in Native American Protest Rhetoric
Creating Discursive Space through a Rhetoric of Difference: Chicana Feminists Craft a Homeland
Reflections on Criticism and Bodies: Parables from Public Places
No Time for Mourning: The Rhetorical Production of the Melancholic Citizen-Subject in the War on Terror
The Rhetorical Ritual of Citizenship: Women's Voting as Public Performance, 1868-1875
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