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Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory

ISBN-10: 1577664973
ISBN-13: 9781577664970
Edition: 2004
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List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Waveland Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 319
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Stephen Littlejohn (Ph.D., University of Utah), is a conflict management consultant, mediator, facilitator, and trainer.nbsp; He is consultant for the Public Dialogue Consortium and a partner in Domenici Littlejohn, Inc.nbsp;nbsp; Stephen is co-author of Moral Conflict:nbsp; When Social Worlds Collide (Sage, 1997) and has written numerous other books and articles on communication and conflict.nbsp; He was a professor of communication at Humboldt State University in California and is currently Adjunct Professor of Communication and Journalism at the University of New Mexico.nbsp; He has done research on mediation and conflict management for 19 years and has been an active mediator for eight.nbsp; Stephen has been a consultant for such clients as the Waco Youth Summit, the Alliance for Constructive Communication, the City of Cupertino, Columbia Basin College, and Washington State University.nbsp;Karen Foss (Ph.D., University of Iowa) is Regents' Professor and until recently was Chair of the Department of Communication and Journalism at the University of New Mexico and has joined Stephen Littlejohn as a co-author on his bestsellingnbsp;textbook, Theories of Human Communication, 9th Edition . She has been at the University of New Mexico since 1993 and in that time served not only as a departmental chair but also as Director of Graduate Studies for the department and as Director of Women's Studies. In 2005, she received the Gender Scholar of the Year award from the Southern States Communication Association and was named Presidential Teaching Fellow for 2004-2006. Her research interests include contemporary rhetoric and criticism, social movements and social change, and feminist perspectives on communication. In addition to her work on Theories of Human Communication , she has co-authored Women Speak: The Eloquence of Women's Lives, Inviting Transformation: Presentational Speaking for a Changing World, Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric, Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE 1999) and Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE 2004). Dr. Foss regularly teaches feminist rhetorical theory; rhetorical criticism; rhetorical theory; women, agency, and change; and public speaking.

Cindy L. Griffin is a professor of communication studies at Colorado State University. She received her PhD from Indiana University and has taught public speaking; civility; gender and communication; communication, language, and thought; contemporary theories of rhetoric; history of rhetorical theories; feminist theories of discourse; identity, voice, and agency; and graduate seminars in women's studies. A proponent of civic engagement and civility in people's communication and their lives, her research interests include developing the theory of invitational rhetoric, advancing theories that help communication scholars and students understand our complex identities, and exploring the relationships between civility, power, and rhetoric. She is the author of Invitation to Public Speaking (Cengage, 2012), Invitation to Public Speaking Handbook (Cengage, 2011); coauthor of Invitation to Human Communication (with Jennifer Bone, 2013), Feminist Rhetorical Theories (with Sonja K. Foss and Karen A. Foss, Waveland, 2006), and Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory (with Karen A. Foss and Sonja K. Foss, Waveland, 2004); and coeditor of Standing in the Intersections: Feminist Voices, Feminist Practices in Communication Studies (with Karma R. Ch�vez, SUNY Press, 2012). She has published articles and book chapters that address identities, civilities, feminisms, and rhetorical and communication theories. She also served as the editor of Women's Studies in Communication from 2006-2010.

Introduction
Cheris Kramarae
Introduction to Cheris Kramarae
Proprietors of Language
Women as a Muted Group
A Visiting Scholar
Do We Really Want More Control of Technology?
Feminist Theories of Communication
bell hooks
Introduction to bell hooks ----- bell hooks
Feminism: A Movement to End Sexist Oppression ----- bell hooks
Feminist Politicization: A Comment ----- bell hooks
Back to the Avant-Garde: The Progressive Vision ----- bell hooks
Design: A Happening Life ----- bell hooks
Gloria Anzaldua
Introduction to Gloria Anzald�a
Speaking in Tongues: A Letter to 3rd World Women Writers
La conciencia de la mestiza: Towards a New Consciousness
Del Otro Lado
Beyond Traditional Notions of Identity
Mary Daly
Introduction to Mary Daly
A Call for the Castration of Sexist Religion
Gyn/Ecology: Spinning New Time/Space
Sin Big
Spiraling into the Nineties
Starhawk
Spiraling into the Nineties
Introduction to Starhawk - Starhawk
Ethics and Justice in Goddess Religion - Starhawk
Truth or Dare - Starhawk
Magic and Its Uses - Starhawk
The Three Types of Power - Starhawk
Authority and Obedience - Starhawk
Roots of the Three Types of Power - Starhawk
Ritual as Bonding: Action as Ritual - Starhawk
The Spiral Dance - Starhawk
The Coven - Starhawk
Creating Sacred Space - Starhawk
Magical Symbols - Starhawk
Energy: The Cone of Power - Starhawk
Roundtable Discussion: Backlash - Starhawk
Paula Gunn Allen
Introduction to Paula Gunn Allen
All the Good Indians
Grandmother of the Sun: Ritual Gynocracy in Native America
Some Like Indians Endure
Essentially, It's Spring
Haggles
Trinh T. Minh-Ha
Introduction to Trinh T. Minh-Ha
Not You/Like You: Post-Colonial Women and the Interlocking Questions of Identity and Difference
Yellow Sprouts
The Totalizing Quest of Meaning
Sally Miller Gearhart
Introduction to Sally Miller Gearhart
The Womanization of Rhetoric
The Gatherstretch (excerpt from The Wanderground)
The Chipko
Notes from a Recovering Activist
Sonia Johnson
Introduction to Sonia Johnson
"The Bursting of the File" (excerpt from From Housewife to Heretic)
"Who's Afraid of the Supreme Court?" (excerpt from Wildfire)
"Meet My Needs, Make Me Happy" (excerpt from The Ship That Sailed into the Living Room)
"The Bears and Anarchy" (excerpt from The Ship That Sailed Into the Living Room)

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