"Theory and Its Practice in Composition Studies" by Kory Lawson Ching
"In the Regard of the Image" by Bradford Vivian
"Multicultural Public Spheres and the Rhetorics of Democracy" by Phyllis Mentzell Ryder
"Beyond Shame: The Dialogic Narrative and Comic Cognition"
by M. Elizabeth Weiser, Joseph J. Horak, and Debra Monroe
"Sloganeering Our Way to Serenity: AA and the Language(s) of America" by Karen Kopelson
"Affective Encounters: Writing Zapatismo" by Rachel Riedner
"Optimistic Pessimism: A Response to Matthew Jackson" by Vorris L. Nunley
"Composition, Remember? A Response to Halbritter and Taylor's 'Remembering Composition'"
by Deborah H. Holdstein
"The Tragic Limits of Compassionate Politics" by Patricia Roberts-Miller
"Once Again with Feeling: Empathy in Deliberative Discourse" by Kristie S. Fleckenstein
"Strategic Simulations" by Spencer Schaffner
"The Turn to Social Class in Rhetoric and Composition: Shifting Disciplinary Identities"
by James Thomas Zebroski
"Some Meditations-Ruminations on Cheryl Glenn's Unspoken: A Rhetoric of Silence"
by Victor J. Vitanza
"God Hates Fags: The Rhetorics of Religious Violence by Michael Cobb" by Sharon Crowley
"Rhetorics of Display by Lawrence J. Prelli, ed." by Diana George
"Shameless: Sexual Dissidence in American Culture, Arlene Stein" by Maggie Werner
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