Volumes & Issues
Advances in the History of Rhetoric
Advances in the History of Rhetoric
Journal Title: Advances in the History of Rhetoric
ISSN: 1536-2426
ISSN Online: 1936-0835
Publication Frequency: 2 issues per year
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Advances in the History of Rhetoric ( AHR ), the annual research publication of the American Society for the History of Rhetoric, welcomes contributions from scholars who take a historical approach to the study of rhetoric. In particular, AHR publishes scholarship on all historical aspects of rhetoric, in all historical periods, and with reference to all intellectual, national, and cultural communities. The scope of AHR includes among other subjects the following matters of historical research:

Rhetorical theory Rhetorical discourse Rhetorical criticism Rhetorical instruction in writing and speaking Relations of rhetoric with other disciplines or cultural institutions, processes, and events


Subjects Covered & Scope: Communication Studies; History; Humanities; Language & Linguistics; Language & Literature; Rhetoric; Routledge Collection
Editor Board:
EDITOR

Ekaterina Haskins
Communication and Media , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

INCOMING EDITOR

Arthur E. Walzer
Communication Studies, University of Minnesota--Twin Cities 

EDITORIAL BOARD

Don Abbott, English , University of California, Davis
Janet Atwill, English , University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Beth S. Bennett, Communication Studies , University of Alabama
Robert W. Cape, Jr., Classical and Modern Languages , Austin College
Amitava Chakraborty, Modern Indian Languages and Literary Studies , University of Delhi
Clive E. Chandler, Classics , University of Cape Town
Christopher P. Craig, Classics , University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Jeanne Fahnestock, Language, Writing and Rhetoric ; Victorian, University of Maryland
Linda Ferreira-Buckley, English , University of Texas, Austin
David Frank, Clark Honors College, University of Oregon
Cheryl Glenn, English , Pennsylvania State Univeristy
Richard Graff, Writing Studies , University of Minnesota 
S. Michael Halloran, Communication and Media , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
David Hoffman, Rhetoric , History and Politics, Baruch College/CUNY
Bernard E. Jacob, Law , Hofstra University
Nan Johnson, English , Ohio State University
Sahar Mohamed Khamis, Communication Studies , University of Maryland
Janice Lauer, English , Purdue University
Andrea Lunsford, English , Stanford University
Noemi Marin, Communications , Florida Atlantic University
Glen McClish, Rhetoric and Writing Studies , San Diego State University
Marina McCoy, Philosophy , Boston College
Raymie E. McKerrow, Interpersonal Communication , Ohio University
Thomas Miller, English , University of Arizona
Jean Dietz Moss, English , Catholic University of America
James J. Murphy, English , University of California, Davis
Sean Patrick O'Rourke, Communication Studies , Furman University
Angela Ray, Communication Studies , Northwestern University
Adreea Ritivoi, English , Carnegie Mellon University
Patricia Roberts-Miller, Rhetoric and Writing, The University of Texas at Austin
J ohn Scenters-Zapico, English, University of Texas, El Paso
John D. Schaeffer, English, Northern Illinois University
Robert Sullivan, Speech Communication, Ithaca College
Jane Sutton, Communication Arts and Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, York
Dave Tell, Communication Studies, The University of Kansas
Barbara Warnick, Communication, University of Washington
Kathleen Welch, English, University of Oklahoma
Marjorie Curry Woods, English, University of Texas

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