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Book PageKenneth Burke: Late Poems, 1968-1993 danaande01 year 8 months ago
Book Page“Rhetoric, Cybernetics, and the Work of the Body in Burke’s Body of Work," by Jeff Pruchnic danaande06 years 10 months ago
Book PageKenneth Burke on Shakespeare, by Scott Newstok danaande06 years 10 months ago
Book Page“A Theory of Vernacular Rhetoric: The Case of the ‘Sinner’s Prayer’ Online,” by Robert Glenn Howard danaande06 years 10 months ago
Book Page“Civility as Rhetorical Enactment: The John Ashcroft ‘Debates’ and Burke’s Theory of Form,” by Christopher R. Darr danaande06 years 10 months ago
Book Page“Civility as Rhetorical Enactment: The John Ashcroft ‘Debates’ and Burke’s Theory of Form,” by Christopher R. Darr danaande06 years 10 months ago
Proposal for 2011 ConferenceBurke in the Archives: Using the Past to Transform the Future of Burkean Studies danaande08 years 2 months ago
Book Page“Plymouth Rock Landed on Us: Malcolm X’s Whiteness Theory as a Basis for Alternative Literacy,” by Keith D. Miller danaande010 years 12 months ago
Book Page“Dell Hymes, Kenneth Burke’s ‘Identification,’ and the Birth of Sociolinguistics,” by Jay Jordan danaande010 years 12 months ago
Book PageDemocracy and America’s War on Terror, by Robert L. Ivie danaande011 years 11 months ago
Book Page “From the Plaint to the Comic: Kenneth Burke’s Towards a Better Life,” by Krista K. Betts Van Dyck danaande011 years 11 months ago
Book PageTaking Burke Public: Perspectives on Burke's Connection Between Language and Public Action (Review Essay by Ryan Weber) danaande011 years 11 months ago
Book Page“I Shall, with the Greatest of Ease and Friendliness, Scour You from the Earth”: Yvor Winters on Kenneth Burke danaande011 years 11 months ago
Book PageRhetoric: A User's Guide, by John D. Ramage danaande011 years 11 months ago
Book Page“From ER to Ecocomposition and Ecopoetics: Finding a Place for Professional Communication," by Jimmie Killingsworth danaande012 years 5 months ago
Book PageRedemptive Transcendence and Political Piety in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream,” by David A. Bobbitt danaande012 years 5 months ago
Book PageKenneth Burke on Myth: An Introduction, by Laurence Coupe danaande012 years 5 months ago
Book Page“Questioning the Motives of Habituated Action: Burke and Bourdieu on Practice," by Dana Anderson danaande012 years 5 months ago
Book Page“Formal Propriety as Rhetorical Norm,” by Beth Innocenti Manolescu danaande012 years 5 months ago
Book Page“Democracy, Demagoguery, and Critical Rhetoric,” by Patricia Roberts-Miller danaande012 years 5 months ago