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Quarterly Journal of Speech
Volume 102(3), 2016
(Other issues)

 
CONTENTS
 
Gross, Daniel M. Rhetoric and the origins of the human sciences: A Foucauldian tale untold. 225-244
 
  Michel Foucault's famous history of the human sciences focused on 'the order of things' and in doing so it overwhelmed a rhetorical perspective that can track the arts of moving souls: pedagogy, politics, and psychology 
 
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science
rhetoric
history
 
 
Barrett-Fox, Jason Posthuman feminism and the rhetoric of silent cinema: Distributed agency, ontic media, and the possibility of a networked historiography. 245-263
 
  This essay pursues a pressing question in the study of posthuman rhetoric: Now that distributed agency has, to a degree, been theorized, to what use can it be put by feminists? In attempting one provisional response, the essay argues on behalf of the importance of a posthuman conception of ontic media, recuperating feminist agency not within a particular historical individual but, instead, in the relationships between her mediational networks and their nodes 
 
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Gender
rhetoric
 
 
Jensen, Kyle Genetic rhetorical criticism: An alternative methodology for studying multi-versioned rhetorical works. 264-285
 
  This essay presents genetic rhetorical criticism as an alternative methodology for the study of multi-versioned rhetorical works 
 
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Rhetoric
public speaking
Presidential Figures
History
 
 
Southard, Bjorn F. Stillion The plain style in early anti-slavery discourse: Reassessing the rhetorical beginnings of Quaker and Puritan advocacy. 286-306
 
  The two earliest public protests against slavery in British North America - the Germantown Quakers' petition and Samuel Sewall's The Selling of Joseph - are primarily discussed as rhetorical failures and have been largely reduced to entries on an anti-slavery timeline 
 
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Rhetoric
African American issues and civil rights
history