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Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms

Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms seeks to address the interdisciplinarity that rhetorics and feminisms represent. Rhetorical and feminist scholars want to connect rhetorical inquiry with contemporary academic and social concerns, exploring rhetoric’s relevance to current issues of opportunity and diversity. This interdisciplinarity has already begun to transform the rhetorical tradition as we have known it (upper-class, antagonistic, public, spoken, and always male) into regendered, inclusionary rhetorics (democratic, dialogic, collaborative, private, and sometimes unspoken). Our cultural, political, and intellectual advancements depend on such a balance.

The series editors seek both high-quality traditional and cutting-edge scholarly work that extends the significant relationship between rhetoric and feminism within various genres, cultural contexts, historical periods, methodologies, theoretical positions, and methods of delivery (e.g., film and hypertext to elocution and preaching).


Series Editors, Cheryl Glenn and Shirley Wilson Logan

Cheryl Glenn is the University Distinguished Professor of English and Women’s Studies at Penn State University. Her many publications include Rhetoric Retold: Regendering the Tradition from Antiquity through the Renaissance, Unspoken: A Rhetoric of Silence, and Silence and Listening as Rhetorical Arts. A former chair of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Glenn coedits the Rhetoric and Democratic Deliberation book series for Penn State University Press.

Shirley Wilson Logan, a professor emerita of English at the University of Maryland, has taught courses in writing, the history of rhetoric, African American women’s discourse, and African American literature and has served in various institutional and national administrative positions, including the chair of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Her scholarship centers on nineteenth-century black women’s public discourse and rhetorical practices.


QUERIES AND SUBMISSIONS
cjg6@psu.edu
slogan@umd.edu

Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms
Department of English
142 South Burrowes Building
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802-6200

Sponsoring Editor, Kristine Priddy​
mkpriddy@siu.edu


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