Vol. 55 Nbr. 1-2, June 2019
- The attraction of the ideal has no traction on the real: On adversariality and roles in argument.
- Here is a strange and bitter crop: Emmett Till and the rhetorical complications of treescape memory.
- 'The glory of each generation is to set its own precedent': Belva Lockwood and the rhetorical construction of female presidential plausibility.
- Analyzing and judging the manifest rationality of Gloria Steinem's 'Supremacy Crimes'.
- Speech and Debate as Civic Education.
- The rhetorical invention of diversity: Supreme Court opinions, public argument, and affirmative action.
- Reimagining advocacy: rhetorical education in the legal clinic.
- (Mis)quoting King: commemorative stewardship and ethos in the controversy over the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.
- The playful divide: a new look at arguing for fun.
- Sit-in as argument and the perils of misuse.
- The #Rhetoric of Waleed Aly's 'Send Forgiveness Viral': Is Rogerian argumentation an appropriate response to racism?
- How to belong: Women's agency in a transnational world.
- Romanticism, rhetoric, and the search for the sublime.