The Handbook of Rhetoric and Public Address
The Handbook of Rhetoric and Public Address is a state of the art companion to the field that showcases both the historical traditions and the future possibilities for public address scholarship in the twenty first century.
Introduction: The Study of Rhetoric and Public Address (Shawn J. Parry Giles and J. Michael Hogan).
Part I The History and Prospects of Rhetoric and Public Address.
1 The History of Public Address as an Academic Study (Martin J. Medhurst).
2 Public Address Scholarship in the New Century: Achievements and Challenges (David Zarefsky).
3 Rhetorical Criticism 2009: A Study in Method (Karlyn Kohrs Campbell).
Part II Basic Research in Rhetoric and Public Address.
4 Textual Recovery, Textual Discovery: Returning to Our Past, Imagining Our Future (Davis W. Houck).
5 The Processes and Challenges of Textual Authentication (Robert N. Gaines).
6 Archival Research and the American Presidency: The Political and Rhetorical Complexities of Presidential Records (Shawn J. Parry Giles).
7 From Recovering Women s Words to Documenting Gender Constructs: Archival Research in the Twenty First Century (Susan Zaeske and Sarah Jedd).
Part III Text and Context in Rhetoric and Public Address.
8 The Racial Contexts of Public Address: Interpreting Violence During the Reconstruction Era (Kirt H. Wilson).
9 Lilies and Lavatory Paper: The Public and the Private in British Suffrage Archives (Cheryl R. Jorgensen Earp).
10 Studying Visual Modes of Public Address: Lewis Hine s Progressive Era Child Labor Rhetoric (Cara A. Finnegan).
11 Theory and Public Address: The Allusive Mr. Bush (John M. Murphy).
Part IV Questions of Effect in Rhetoric and Public Address.
12 Jimmy Carter, Human Rights, and Instrumental Effects of Presidential Rhetoric (Mary E. Stuckey).
13 Analyzing Constitutive Rhetorics: The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions and the Principles of 98 (James Jasinski and Jennifer R. Mercieca).
Part V The Politics of Rhetoric and Public Address.
14 Feminism and Public Address Research: Television News and the Constitution of Women s Liberation (Bonnie J. Dow).
15 The Problem of Race in Public Address Research: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Confl icted Aesthetics of Race (Eric King Watts).
16 Sexuality and Public Address: Rhetorical Pasts, Queer Theory, and Abraham Lincoln (Charles E. Morris III).
17 Public Address and the Revival of American Civic Culture (J. Michael Hogan).