Rhetoric, Politics & Culture

Rhetoric, Politics & Culture

Edited by: Bryan J. McCann and Ersula J. Ore

Frequency: Biannual
ISSN: 2693-7522

Rhetoric, Politics, and Culture embraces a pluralistic approach to rhetorical scholarship. The journal is open to a variety of methodological approaches, from close textual and/or historical analysis to critical/cultural, ethnographic, performative, artistic, and/or theoretical work.

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The journal invites scholarship on rhetorics of marginalization, structure, materiality, and power; politics, advocacy, and activism; and beyond. Foremost to its mission is featuring perspectives that question in/justice, in/equity, power, and democracy and that attend to interlocking structures of power within their geopolitical and historical contexts. This journal also invites rhetorical scholarship that archives, documents, theorizes, or participates in forms of individual and collective public interventions, advocacy, activism, and resistance to such structures.

Read R&PA issues online and view tables of contents at Project MUSE and the Scholarly Publishing Collective.

Publisher: Michigan State University Press
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Read R&PA issues online and view tables of contents at Project MUSE and the Scholarly Publishing Collective.