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WALKING AND TALKING FEMINIST RHETORICS: LANDMARK ESSAYS AND CONTROVERSIES GATHERS significant, oft-cited scholarship about feminism and rhetoric into one convenient volume. Essays examine the formation of the vibrant and growing field of feminist rhetoric; feminist historiographic research methods and methodologies; and women's distinct sites, genres, and styles of rhetori WALKING AND TALKING FEMINIST RHETORICS: LANDMARK ESSAYS AND CONTROVERSIES GATHERS significant, oft-cited scholarship about feminism and rhetoric into one convenient volume. Essays examine the formation of the vibrant and growing field of feminist rhetoric; feminist historiographic research methods and methodologies; and women's distinct sites, genres, and styles of rhetoric. The book's most innovative and pedagogically useful feature is its presentation of controversies in the form of case studies, each consisting of exchanges between or among scholars about significant questions. These debates have shaped the field's past and continue to influence its present and future directions. The collection provides both students and teachers with an accessible introduction to and comprehensive overview of the intersections of feminisms and rhetorics. In WALKING AND TALKING FEMINIST RHETORICS, Lindal Buchanan and Kathleen J. Ryan "have presented the field of feminist rhetorics . . . with an important and timely collection of primary scholarly work, the first collection of late twentieth and twenty-first century published scholarship in this field that they claim is here to stay. Feminist rhetorics, they assert, is 'no longer a promising possibility or a nascent area of study but has, in fact, arrived.' I agree with them, and I applaud their bold yet careful stance in framing this 'walk through' feminist rhetorics." - Kate Ronald, "Foreword" CONTRIBUTORS include Barbara Biesecker, Patricia Bizzell, Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Vicki Tolar Collins (Burton), Celeste. M. Condit, Robert Connors, Jane Donawerth, Bonnie J. Dow, Lisa Ede, Jessica Enoch, Sonja K. Foss, Xin Liu Gale, Cheryl Glenn, Cindy. L. Griffin, Susan Jarratt, Nan Johnson, Shirley Wilson Logan, Andrea Lunsford, Carol Mattingly, Roxanne Mountford, Mary Queen, Krista Ratcliffe, Susan Romano, Mary B. Tonn, Hui Wu, and Susan Zaeske. LINDAL BUCHANAN is Assistant Professor of English and Women's Studies at Old Dominion University. KATHLEEN J. RYAN is Associate Professor of English and the Director of Composition at the University of Montana. LAUER SERIES IN RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION Edited by Patricia Sullivan, Catherine Hobbs, Thomas Rickert and Jennifer Bay


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WALKING AND TALKING FEMINIST RHETORICS: LANDMARK ESSAYS AND CONTROVERSIES GATHERS significant, oft-cited scholarship about feminism and rhetoric into one convenient volume. Essays examine the formation of the vibrant and growing field of feminist rhetoric; feminist historiographic research methods and methodologies; and women's distinct sites, genres, and styles of rhetori WALKING AND TALKING FEMINIST RHETORICS: LANDMARK ESSAYS AND CONTROVERSIES GATHERS significant, oft-cited scholarship about feminism and rhetoric into one convenient volume. Essays examine the formation of the vibrant and growing field of feminist rhetoric; feminist historiographic research methods and methodologies; and women's distinct sites, genres, and styles of rhetoric. The book's most innovative and pedagogically useful feature is its presentation of controversies in the form of case studies, each consisting of exchanges between or among scholars about significant questions. These debates have shaped the field's past and continue to influence its present and future directions. The collection provides both students and teachers with an accessible introduction to and comprehensive overview of the intersections of feminisms and rhetorics. In WALKING AND TALKING FEMINIST RHETORICS, Lindal Buchanan and Kathleen J. Ryan "have presented the field of feminist rhetorics . . . with an important and timely collection of primary scholarly work, the first collection of late twentieth and twenty-first century published scholarship in this field that they claim is here to stay. Feminist rhetorics, they assert, is 'no longer a promising possibility or a nascent area of study but has, in fact, arrived.' I agree with them, and I applaud their bold yet careful stance in framing this 'walk through' feminist rhetorics." - Kate Ronald, "Foreword" CONTRIBUTORS include Barbara Biesecker, Patricia Bizzell, Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Vicki Tolar Collins (Burton), Celeste. M. Condit, Robert Connors, Jane Donawerth, Bonnie J. Dow, Lisa Ede, Jessica Enoch, Sonja K. Foss, Xin Liu Gale, Cheryl Glenn, Cindy. L. Griffin, Susan Jarratt, Nan Johnson, Shirley Wilson Logan, Andrea Lunsford, Carol Mattingly, Roxanne Mountford, Mary Queen, Krista Ratcliffe, Susan Romano, Mary B. Tonn, Hui Wu, and Susan Zaeske. LINDAL BUCHANAN is Assistant Professor of English and Women's Studies at Old Dominion University. KATHLEEN J. RYAN is Associate Professor of English and the Director of Composition at the University of Montana. LAUER SERIES IN RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION Edited by Patricia Sullivan, Catherine Hobbs, Thomas Rickert and Jennifer Bay

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