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|Buckley, Thomas||Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Magazine Writing and Editing, Education, Gospels|
|Carver, Larry||English; Humanities Program; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Restoration, 18th century British poetry and drama, Area I|
|Charney, Davida||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetoric of science, reading and writing processes, argument in academic disciplines, Hebrew Bible, Book of psalms.|
|Cherwitz, Richard||Communication Studies; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Argumentation theory; political communication; contemporary rhetoric; philosophy and rhetoric|
|Davis, D||Communication Studies; English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||My work is situated at the intersection of rhetorical theory and continental philosophy. I hold the Kenneth Burke Chair of Rhetoric & Critical Media Philosophy at the European Graduate School in …|
|Diab, Rasha||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical Theory, History and Criticism; Composition Studies; Political Discourse; Critical Discourse Analysis; Comparative/Contrastive and (Inter)cultural Rhetoric; Public Address; Transnational …|
|Faigley, Lester||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Visual rhetoric, digital tecnhologies, photography, travel literature|
|Ferreira-Buckley, Linda||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical education (e.g., speech, writing, ethics) of Barbara Jordan, Houston's Fifth Ward, African Americans in the South. History of rhetoric, especially 18th- and 19th-century rhetoric. …|
|Longaker, Mark||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||American studies; cultural studies; professional communication; history of rhetoric; the intersection of rhetoric, pedagogy, and economics|
|Roberts-Miller, Patricia||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||History, theory, and pedagogy of public argumentation; Antebellum rhetoric; the debate over slavery in the 1830s What kind of rhetoric fosters communities coming to decisions together effectively, …|