"The Language of Rhetorical Feminism, Anchored in Hope"honors contemporary expansions of rhetoric in terms of theory, practitioners, and practices. I've forged a new pathway that begins at the nexus of rhetoric, feminism, and hope, a juncture where the traditionally disregarded rhetorical practices and powers of so-called Others can be appreciated for their potency. Their purposeful resistant rhetorical praxes provide the constituent features of a theory I call "rhetorical feminism."My hope is that the best parts of these rhetorical feminist praxes will meld with the best parts of rhetoric writ large.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Language and Linguistics
- Linguistics and Language