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vii Contents Acknowledgments ix Introduction 1 Michelle Ballif 1. Theory, Validity, and the Historiography of Classical Rhetoric: A Discussion of Archaeological Rhetoric 8 Richard Leo Enos 2. Enactment History, Jesuit Practices, and Rhetorical Hermeneutics 25 Steven Mailloux 3. Writing the Other into Histories of Rhetorics: Theorizing the Art of Recontextualization 41 LuMing Mao 4. Releasing Hold: Feminist Historiography without the Tradition 58 Jessica Enoch 5. Queer Archives/Archival Queers 74 Charles E. Morris III and K. J. Rawson 6. Pan-Historiography: The Challenges of Writing History across Time and Space 90 Debra Hawhee and Christa J. Olson 7. Stitching Together Events: Of Joints, Folds, and Assemblages 106 Byron Hawk 8. Rhetoric’s Nose: What Can Rhetorical Historiography Make of It? 128 Jane S. Sutton contents viii 9. Historiography as Hauntology: Paranormal Investigations into the History of Rhetoric 139 Michelle Ballif 10. Writing Future Rhetoric 154 G. L. Ercolini and Pat J. Gehrke 11. A Philology for a Future Anterior: An Essay-as-Seminar 172 Victor J. Vitanza Afterword: A Reminiscence 190 Sharon Crowley Works Cited 199 Contributors 229 Index 233 ...

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ISBN
9780809332113
Related ISBN
9780809332106
MARC Record
OCLC
831676848
Pages
272
Launched on MUSE
2013-05-20
Language
English
Open Access
No
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