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Book PageKenneth Burke: Late Poems, 1968-1993 danaande05 months 2 weeks ago
Book Page“Rhetoric, Cybernetics, and the Work of the Body in Burke’s Body of Work," by Jeff Pruchnic danaande05 years 6 months ago
Book PageKenneth Burke on Shakespeare, by Scott Newstok danaande05 years 7 months ago
Book Page“A Theory of Vernacular Rhetoric: The Case of the ‘Sinner’s Prayer’ Online,” by Robert Glenn Howard danaande05 years 7 months ago
Book Page“Civility as Rhetorical Enactment: The John Ashcroft ‘Debates’ and Burke’s Theory of Form,” by Christopher R. Darr danaande05 years 7 months ago
Book Page“Civility as Rhetorical Enactment: The John Ashcroft ‘Debates’ and Burke’s Theory of Form,” by Christopher R. Darr danaande05 years 7 months ago
Proposal for 2011 ConferenceBurke in the Archives: Using the Past to Transform the Future of Burkean Studies danaande06 years 11 months ago
Book Page“Plymouth Rock Landed on Us: Malcolm X’s Whiteness Theory as a Basis for Alternative Literacy,” by Keith D. Miller danaande09 years 8 months ago
Book Page“Dell Hymes, Kenneth Burke’s ‘Identification,’ and the Birth of Sociolinguistics,” by Jay Jordan danaande09 years 8 months ago
Book PageDemocracy and America’s War on Terror, by Robert L. Ivie danaande010 years 8 months ago
Book Page “From the Plaint to the Comic: Kenneth Burke’s Towards a Better Life,” by Krista K. Betts Van Dyck danaande010 years 8 months ago
Book PageTaking Burke Public: Perspectives on Burke's Connection Between Language and Public Action (Review Essay by Ryan Weber) danaande010 years 8 months ago
Book Page“I Shall, with the Greatest of Ease and Friendliness, Scour You from the Earth”: Yvor Winters on Kenneth Burke danaande010 years 8 months ago
Book PageRhetoric: A User's Guide, by John D. Ramage danaande010 years 8 months ago
Book Page“From ER to Ecocomposition and Ecopoetics: Finding a Place for Professional Communication," by Jimmie Killingsworth danaande011 years 2 months ago
Book PageRedemptive Transcendence and Political Piety in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream,” by David A. Bobbitt danaande011 years 2 months ago
Book PageKenneth Burke on Myth: An Introduction, by Laurence Coupe danaande011 years 2 months ago
Book Page“Questioning the Motives of Habituated Action: Burke and Bourdieu on Practice," by Dana Anderson danaande011 years 2 months ago
Book Page“Formal Propriety as Rhetorical Norm,” by Beth Innocenti Manolescu danaande011 years 2 months ago
Book Page“Democracy, Demagoguery, and Critical Rhetoric,” by Patricia Roberts-Miller danaande011 years 2 months ago