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Logan, Shirley Wilson. We Are Coming: The Persuasive Discourse of Nineteenth-Century Black Women. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1999.
In this book, Logan identifies “common practices across rhetorical acts that were molded and constrained by prevailing conventions and traditions” via the rhetorical analysis of speeches given by Black women in the 19th century in order to provide an intellectual history of Black women rhetors. 260 more words
Trinh T. Minh-ha. Woman, Native, Other: Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989.
Trinh explores the relationships between writing, identity, race, ethnicity, gender, and the literary cannon. 910 more words
Since becoming interested in the plight of Aboriginal Australians forced into reservations in a country they once owned, I have frequently drawn comparisons with the Native Americans in the US. 404 more words
McPhail: "The Politics of (In)visiblity in African American Rhetorical Scholarship: A (Re)quest for an African Worldview”
McPhail, Mark Lawrence. “The Politics of (In)visiblity in African American Rhetorical Scholarship: A (Re)quest for an African Worldview” Understanding African American Rhetoric: Classical Origins to Contemporary Innovations. 198 more words
Gilyard, Keith. Voices of the Self: A Study of Language Competence. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 1991. Print.
In this autobiographical analysis, Gilyard demonstrates the impact of literacy acquisition on students’ lives inside and outside of the academy. 190 more words