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ix Acknowledgments Iwould like to acknowledge all those who have shared in this risk: Karl Kageff, editor in chief of Southern Illinois University Press, for encouraging support, along with the two anonymous reviewers of this project, who helped me better frame and conceive the collection and who provided productive feedback to the contributors; Victor J. Vitanza, for the conditions of possibility for this project and for the “beautiful ride” through the fecund period of theorization, including a “front seat” at the 1989 conference in Arlington; all the authors included in this volume, for their insightful contributions, for inspiring e-mail conversations, and for pressing me to think, further, about what writing histories of rhetoric could mean; Sharon Crowley, for her—as ever—curmudgeonly grace and graciousness; and Larry Nackerud, for all. ...

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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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