Rhetorics Of Display

Author: Lawrence J. Prelli
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 9781570036194
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The volume provides an integrated, comprehensive study of the processes of selecting what to reveal and what to conceal that together constitute the rhetorics of display.

Mapping The Cold War

Author: Timothy Barney
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469618559
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On “rhetorics of display,” see Prelli, Rhetorics of Display. On maps as selective
and reductive, see Tyner, “Persuasive Cartography,” 141–44. 14. Pickles, “Texts,
Hermeneutics and Propaganda Maps,” 194. 15. More explicit discussion of the
geopolitical implications of Time publisher Henry Luce's declaration of the so-
called American Century can be found in chapter 1. See Luce, “The American
Century,” 61–65. See also Smith's introductory discussion of Luce in Neil Smith,
American ...

The Responsibilities Of Rhetoric

Author: Rhetoric Society of America. Conference
Publisher: Waveland PressInc
ISBN: 9781577666233
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I can push that last statement a bit further. Aesthetically, well-executed NPS
Rustic structures achieve that sympathy and, as they do so, rhetorically display it
as a prompt to an attitude. It is in this inviting and even compelling display of an
attitude of sympathy for its natural and cultural context — a display of reverence,
essentially — that an NPS Rustic structure finds its rhetorical power. Inhabiting
Reverence In his introduction to Rhetorics of Display, Lawrence Prelli suggests
that "what ...

Human Rights Rhetoric

Author: Arabella Lyon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135706565
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This book was originally published as a special issue of Rhetoric Society Quarterly

Enargeia In Classical Antiquity And The Early Modern Age

Author: Heinrich F. Plett
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004227024
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Carlos Lévy & Laurent Pernot) from 1997, Rhetorics of Display (ed. Lawrence J.
Prelli) from 2006 and Evidentia (ed. Gabriele Wimböck, Karin Leonhardt &
Markus Friedrich) from 2007 contain for the most part outstanding contributions. A
monographic treatment of the concept of enargeia or evidentia requires a
coherent presentation. This is not easy to achieve, given the need on the one
hand to relate theoretical writings to practical documents and on the other to
forge a link between ...

Civic Jazz

Author: Gregory Clark
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022621835X
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Aristotle, Politics. Translated by T. A. Sinclair. New York: Penguin, 1985. Attali,
Jacques. Noise: The Political Economy of Music. Translated by Brian Massumi. St
. Paul: University of Minnesota Press, 1985. Baldwin, James. “Sonny's Blues.” In
Write Me a Few of Your Lines: A Blues Reader, edited by Steven C. Tracy, 394–
415. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. Benson, Thomas W.
Preface to Rhetorics of Display, edited by Lawrence J. Prelli, ix–x. Columbia:
University of ...

Sizing Up Rhetoric

Author: David Zarefsky
Publisher: Waveland PressInc
ISBN: 9781577665328
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Likewise, Diane S. Hope's edited collection entitled Visual Communication:
Perception, Rhetoric and Technology, released in 2006, adds a wealth of
materials in 1 3 interdisciplinary essays. Hope's introduction articulates a useful
orientation to visual rhetoric scholarship against the backdrop of visual
communication. Lawrence J. Prelh's Rhetorics of Display, which was also
released in 2006, has a 20- page selected bibliography of visual rhetoric
scholarship that I recommend as a ...

Rhetorics Poetics And Cultures

Author: James A. Berlin
Publisher: Parlor Press LLC
ISBN: 9780972477284
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Once again, issues of class and gender emerge as the rhetorics define the
characteristics of the expected interlocutor and audience. Students should also
examine the rules for evidence these rhetorics display, a concern that deals with
questions of epistemology and ideology. In other words, they should locate
principles for discovering the available means of persuasion, principles that
distinguish true from untrue knowledge, indicating what counts as real and what
is ephemeral, what ...

Feminism And Affect At The Scene Of Argument

Author: Barbara Tomlinson
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 1439902488
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It deploys the trope of the angry feminist in a display of animosity and contempt.
Yet for some readers, the ostensible “object” of the Tough Baby's critique— the “
angry” feminist— may be seen as causing the Tough Baby's emotional display by
her “inappropriately” challenging arguments despite evidence that one need not
display “angry” rhetoric to be deemed an angry feminist. The open illegitimacy of
the Tough Baby's rhetorical moves, however, fundamentally alters the structure of