Table of contents for African American rhetoric(s) : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Elaine B. Richardson, Ronald L. Jackson II.


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 Foreword
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 Jacqueline Jones Royster
 Preface
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 Elaine Richardson and Ronald L. Jackson II
 Introduction: Aspects of African American Rhetoric as a Field
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 Keith Gilyard
 Part One: Historicizing and Analyzing African American Rhetorics
 1. Black Speakers, White Representations: Frances Ellen 
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 Watkins Harper and the Construction Of a Black Public Persona
 Shirley Wilson Logan
 2. From Panther to Monster: Representations of Resistance from 
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 the Black Power Movement of the 1960s to the Boyz in the Hood
 and Beyond
 Kali Tal 
 3. Rhetoric That Should Have Moved the People: 
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 Rethinking the Black Panther Party
 Gwendolyn Pough
 4. The Literary Foremother: An Embodiment of the 
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 Rhetoric of Freedom
 Jacqueline Bryant
 5. Ties That Bind: A Comparative Analysis of 
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 Zora Neale Hurston's and Geneva Smitherman's Work 
 on African American Language
 Kimmika Williams
 Part Two: Visions for Pedagogy of African American Rhetoric
 6. The Multiple Dimensions of Nubian/Egyptian Rhetoric and 
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 Its Implications for Contemporary Classroom Instructions
 Clinton Crawford
 7. Modeling Orality: African American Rhetorical Practices and
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 the Teaching of Writing
 Lena Ampadu
 8. Coming from the Heart: African American Students and 
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 Literacy Stories
 Elaine Richardson
 9. The Rhetoric of Democracy: Contracts, Declarations, 
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 and Bill of Sales
 Victoria Cliett
 Part Three: Visions for Research in African American Rhetoric(s)
 10. Looking Forward to Look Back: Technology Access and 
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 Transformation in African American Rhetoric
 Adam Banks
 11. We Is Who We Was: The African/American Rhetoric of Amistad
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 Kermit Campbell
 12. From the Harbor to Da Academic Hood: Hush Harbors and an 
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 African American Rhetorical Tradition 
 Vorris Nunley
 13. "Both Print and Oral" and "Talking about Race": 
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 Transforming Toni Morrison's Language Issues 
 into Teaching Issues
 Joyce Irene Middleton
 14. Found Not Founded
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 William Cook 
 Notes
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 References
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 Contributors
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 Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: American prose literature African American authors History and criticism, Speeches, addresses, etc, , American African American authors History and criticism, English language Rhetoric Study and teaching United States, Rhetoric Political aspects United States, English language United States Rhetoric, Politics and literature United States, African Americans Communication, African Americans Language, Black English