"Changing the Subject: Judith Butler's Politics of Radical Resignification"
by Gary Olson and Lynn Worsham
Special Cluster on Post-Human Rhetorics
"Posthuman Rhetorics: 'It's the Future, Pikul'" by John Muckelbauer and Debra Hawhee
"Forgetting the be (Post)Human: Media and Memory in a Kairotic Age" by Collin Gifford Brooke
"Hacking Cyberspace" by David J. Gunkel
"Nietzsche's Money!" by Jeffrey T. Nealon
"Uploading Anticipation, Becoming-Silicon" by Richard Doyle
"The Rhetorical Function of the Abject Body: Transgressive Corporeality in Trainspotting"
by Christine L. Harold
"Somewhere Between Ethical Demands and Material Constraints" by Richard Marback
"Writing on Tour: Rethinking the Travel Metaphor" by Gregory Clark
"Eavesdropping on Others" by Krista Ratcliffe
"Toward an Ethics of Listening" by Michelle Ballif, D. Diane Davis, and Roxanne Mountford
"The Ironies of Ethos" by Deborah H. Holdstein
"'Blot Out the Memory of Amalek': A Reply" by Michael Bernard-Donals
"Literacy Theory in the Age of the Internet by Todd Taylor and Irene Ward, eds."
by Carrie Shively Leverenz
"The Language of Edison's Light by Charles Bazerman" by Carol Berkenkotter
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