Beyond Postprocess and Postmodernism: Essays on the Spaciousness of Rhetoric / Edition 1

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Overview

In this collection of original essays, editors Theresa Enos and Keith D. Miller join their contributors—a veritable "who's who" in composition scholarship—in seeking to illuminate and complicate many of the tensions present in the field of rhetoric and composition. The contributions included here emphasize key issues in past and present work, setting the stage for future thought and study. The book also honors the late Jim Corder, a major figure in the development of the rhetoric and composition discipline. In the spirit of Corder's unfinished work, the contributors to this volume absorb, probe, stretch, redefine, and interrogate classical, modern, and postmodern rhetorics—and challenge their limitations.

Beyond Postprocess and Postmodernism: Essays on the Spaciousness of Rhetoric will be of interest to scholars, teachers, and students in rhetoric and composition, English, and communication studies. Offering a provocative discussion of postprocess composition theories and pedagogies and postmodern rhetorics, as well as the first thorough consideration of Jim Corder's contributions, this work is certain to influence the course of future study and research.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780805844085
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 12/1/2002
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction. Part I: Historical Context—Rhetoric and Composition Studies. J. Lauer, The Spaciousness of Rhetoric. Part II: Theory-Building and Critiquing Corderian Rhetoric. J.S. Baumlin, Toward a Corderian Theory of Rhetoric. K.D. Miller, Jim Corder's Radical, Feminist Rhetoric. W.R. Winterowd, The Uses of Rhetoric. W. Bishop, Preaching What He Practices: Jim Corder's Irascible and Articulate Oeuvre. P.C. Hoy, IIA Writer's Haunting Presence. G.E. Yoos, Finding Jim's Voice: A Problem in Ethos and Personal Identity. Part III: Parallels, Extensions, and Applications. T. Enos, A Call for Comity. R.E. Young, Toward an Adequate Pedagogy for Rhetorical Argumentation: A Case Study in Invention. R. Lloyd-Jones, Rhetoric and Conflict Resolution. E. Ervin, Rhetoricians at War and Peace. Part IV: Theoretical, Pedagogical, and Institutional Issues. T. Warnock, Bringing Over Yonder Over Here: A Personal Look at Expressivist Rhetoric as Ideological Action. P. Elbow, A More Spacious Model of Writing and Literacy. J. Warnock, Weaving a Way Home: Composing a Personal Geography. D. Hesse, Who Owns Creative Nonfiction?

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