Volume 5, Issue 1, Fall 2008

Along with an editorial from new editor Andy King, the Fall 2008 Issue of the Kenneth Burke Journal contains the following new essays: Shaun Treat “Scapegoating the Big (Un)Easy: Melodramatic Individualism as Trained Incapacity in K-VILLE”, Paul Lynch “Something Completely Different: Notes Toward a Burkean Ethics”; Katerina Tsetsura “Hierarchical Approach to Corporate Advocacy: Corporate Advocacy as a Way of Guilt Redemption”; Rebecca L. McCarthy “A Burkean Reading of the Antigone: Comical and Choral Transcendence”; & Stefanie Hennig “A German version of Kenneth Burke.” Additionally, the issue contains a letter and a short essay entitled: “Romancing Mortification: A Response to Lewis,” both responding to the essay by Camille Lewis in the Spring 2008 issue of the KB Journal. The issue concludes with a book review of Clarke Rountree’s new book Judging the Supreme Court: Constructions of Motives in Bush v. Gore.