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Nineteenth-century rhetoric in North America

Nan Johnson.
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Other titles19th-century rhetoric in North America.
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LC ClassificationsPE1068.U5 J64 1991
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Pagination313 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL1863216M
ISBN 100809316544, 0809316552
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[Nan Johnson] -- Johnson argues that nineteenth-century rhetoric was primarily synthetic, derived from the combination of classical elements and eighteenth-century belletristic and epistemological approaches to.

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Format: Hardcover. The purpose of this commentary is to define the characteristics of the nineteenth-century rhetorical tradition in North America and to argue that the nineteenth century was the last era Nineteenth-century rhetoric in North America book which the discipline of rhetoric exerted an acknowledged authority over the philosophical investigation of discourse and formal instruction in oral and written communication.

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Johnson sees her task, set out clearly at the beginning of the book, as "to define the characteristics of the nineteenth-century rhetorical tradition in North America and to argue that the nineteenth century was the last era during which.

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This book explores the parameters of the African Methodist Episcopal Church's dual existence as evangelical Christians and as children of Ham, and how the denomination relied on both the rhetoric of evangelicalism and heathenism.

"In a careful. historical research on rhetoric in its own right, Horner's book belongs on our shelves next to Nan Johnson's Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric in North America, Sharon Crowley's The Methodical Memory, and James Berlin's Writing Instruction in Nineteenth-Century American Colleges.

Paul Bator Santa Clara University. Rhetoric and the Origins of Medieval. "A Peculiar People": Anti-Mormonism and the Making of Religion in Nineteenth-Century America Reviewer George L.

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Mitton Latter-day Saints were often surprised or astonished at the amount of anti-Mormon rhetoric and sentiment that seemed to.

The Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) is an organization of scholars dedicated to studying, teaching, and practicing rhetoric. Founded inRSA is an interdisciplinary society whose members come from composition studies, English, communication, philosophy, linguistics, history, political science, sociology, visual arts, and other fields.

Although it might seem surprising, many of the theories that shaped nineteenth century American oratory were taken from two eighteenth century rhetoric texts written by Scotsmen: The Philosophy of Rhetoric (), by George Campbell, and Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Up until the late eighteenth century, most thinking about rhetoric.

History of rhetoric, theory of rhetoric, and composition theory. Author of Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric in North America (), Gender and Rhetorical Space in American Life: (), several book chapters, and reviews and articles on the history and theory of rhetoric, composition theory, and the pedagogy of writing.

“Nineteenth Century Rhetoric.” In Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and. Composition: Communication from Ancient Times to the Information Age, ed.

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Theresa. Enos, New York: Garland, Print. Gaillet, Lynn Lewis. “The Nineteenth Century.” The Present State of Scholarship in the History. of Rhetoric: A Twenty-First Century : Shawn D. Ramsey.

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Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America. In this Book. Additional Information. Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.

Produced by Johns. Editorial Reviews. Sarah Hallenbeck’s Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America is a fresh and masterful piece of scholarship that will make significant interventions to the fields of feminist rhetorical studies and histories of technical communication in particular as well as rhetorical historiography writ : Sarah Hallenbeck.

This book offers an accessible introduction to teaching and studying rhetoric and composition. By combining the history of rhetoric, explorations of its underlying theories, and a survey of current research (with practical examples and advice), Steven Lynn offers a solid foundation for further study in the : Steven Lynn.

Angela Ray studies and teaches in the areas of rhetorical criticism and history. Her book, The Lyceum and Public Culture in the Nineteenth-Century United States, won five national awards, and between and she held a Charles Deering McCormick Professorship of Teaching Excellence, Northwestern’s highest honor for teaching.

Ray is especially interested. The Monroe Doctrine: Empire and Nation in Nineteenth Century America, provides a great deal to think about. Though its author does an admirable job of maintaining an objective tone, it does leave the reader wondering what might have been if the Doctrine had been interpreted consistently in one direction or another and not been subject to the 4/5.

Nan Johnson specializes in the history of rhetoric, theory of rhetoric and composition theory. She is the author of Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric in North America (), Gender and Rhetorical Space in American Life: (), several book chapters and reviews and articles on the history and theory of rhetoric, composition theory and the pedagogy of writing.

University of Iowa Associate Professor Naomi Greyser has published a new book, On Sympathetic Grounds: Race, Gender, & Affective Geographies in Nineteenth-Century North America (Oxford University Press). From the Oxford Press website: "With its filigreed, formidable representations of tears and suffering, sentimentalism has remained a divisive genre and.

Nineteenth-century rhetoric often elevates the document to a religious significance in mythologizing the founding of America, idealizing the creation of a. Drawing on a range of books, articles, and speeches, Carolyn Skinner analyzes the rhetorical practices of nineteenth-century American women physicians.

She redefines ethos in a way that reflects the persuasive efforts of women who claimed the authority and expertise of the physician with great difficulty.

Rhetoric—whether spoken or written, embodied or digital—holds possibility and power; rhetoric can do ’s a plastic art that enables us to (1) investigate issues; (2) challenge unjust systems; (3) re/invent ourselves as engaged citizens; (4) expand our rhetorical repertoire; and, thereby, cultivate and participate in a way of life we believe in.

Aristotle’s rhetor and. "Poetry and Public Discourse in Nineteenth-Century America picks up on Wolosky's previous ground-breaking work on the gendered basis of distinctions between the public and private to argue that rhetoric is the key medium linking poetics and culture for most writers during this century, attending especially to religious rhetoric as it functions.

She is also executive director of POROI, Iowa’s Project on Rhetoric of Inquiry. Her current book project, Writing Through Writer’s Block, maps unjust distributions of block and flow in the American academy, tracing a critical genealogy of the forms and experiences of knowledge creation from the Morrill Land Grant Act () to the speed-up.

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Greensboro. Rosalyn Collings Eves (), “Mapping a Rhetorical Frontier: Nineteenth-Century Women’s Rhetorics in the American West.” Rhetoric Society of America Best Dissertation Prize.

Genung‟s Theory of Persuasion 3 Genung‟s Theory of Persuasion: A Literary Theory of Oratory of Late Nineteenth-Century America John F. Genung‟s () The Practical Elements of Rhetoric with Illustrative Examples, a North American rhetoric manual of the late nineteenth century, represents the literary approach to rhetorical studies that was typical of that era.

The latest installment in Brill’s A New History of the Sermon series offers innovative studies of sacred rhetoric in the nineteenth century. The three sections—Theory and Theology, Sermon and Society in the British Empire, and Sermon and Society in America—contain a total of sixteen essays on such topics as biblical criticism, Charles Darwin, the Oxford Movement, the.

The botanizers: amateur scientists in nineteenth-century America / by Elizabeth B. Keeney. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (cloth: alk. paper). 1. Botanizers—United States—History—19th century. 2. Botany—United States—History—19th century. I. Title. QKB66K44 ′′Writing the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric and Technology in Late Nineteenth-Century America addresses these questions by considering how women's interactions with the bicycle allowed them to make new claims about their minds and bodies, Cited by: 1.rhetorical theory made in nineteenth-century North America.

She ex- plains how the classical assumptions and the epistemological and belletristic premises of the work of Hugh Blair, George Campbell, and Richard Whately provided the foundation of nineteenth-century Ameri- can rhetoric.

This tradi tion executed a refined synthesis of those theoreti.