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Book PageMemories of Kenneth Burke David Blakesley01 week 3 days ago
Book PageA Conversation with the Burke Family David Blakesley01 week 3 days ago
Book PageConflict and Communities: The Dialectic at the Heart of the Burkean Habit of Mind David Blakesley01 week 3 days ago
Book PageIntroducing Kenneth Burke’s The War of Words David Blakesley01 week 3 days ago
Book PageThe Art of Living in the Age of War David Blakesley01 week 3 days ago
Book PageEmbodied Rhetorics: Writing Rides from the Seat of a Bike David Blakesley01 month 3 days ago
Book PageAnalyzing Warrants and Worldviews in the Rhetoric of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton: Burke and Argumentation in the 2016 Presidential Election David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageVolume 13, Issue 2 Summer 2018 David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: Joel Overall's "Kenneth Burke and the Problem of Sonic Identification" by Martha Sue Karnes David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageOthello: An Alternative Dramatistic Analysis David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageFreeing the Lockerbie Bomber: Cultural Constraints on the Construction of Motives David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: "Rhetoric and Ethics in the Cybernetic Age: The Transhuman Condition" by Jeff Pruchnic. Reviewed by Lauren Terbrock-Elmestad David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: "Rhetoric, Narrative, and Management: Learning from Mad Men" by Ronald Soetaert and Kris Rutten. Reviewed by Martha Sue Karnes David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: Rhetorical Criticism, ed. by Jim Kuypers. Reviewed by Eryn Johnson David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: The Role of the Rhetorician in Sacrifice Zones David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: Kenneth Burke + the Posthuman, ed. by Mays, Rivers, and Sharp-Hosking. Reviewed by David Measel David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: Tibet on Fire: Buddhism, Protest, and the Rhetoric of Self-Immolation by John Whalen-Bridge. Reviewed by Ashley S. Karlin David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageReview: Out of Mind by Michael Burke. Reviewed by Karyn Campbell David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageToward a Praxis of a Language of Social Change: A Response to Greig Henderson on Burke and Bakhtin by Charlotte Lucke David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageA Response to Greig Henderson's "Dialogism Versus Monologism: Burke, Bakhtin, and the Languages of Social Change" by Whitney Jordan Adams David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageDialogism Versus Monologism: Burke, Bakhtin, and the Languages of Social Change David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageGeorge Meredith and the Comic Spirit in Kenneth Burke's Early Poetry David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageThe Holism ± Reductionism Dialectic and Transhumanism’s Terministic Screens David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageDeacon, Burke, and Evolution of the "Symbolic Species": Six Points of Connection from Biological Anthropology David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago
Book PageA Scapegoat for the Scapegoats: Investigating AIDS Patient Zero David Blakesley01 month 4 days ago

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