“Claiming the Archive for Rhetoric and Composition.”
Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work.
Ed. Gary Olson.
Keywords: Archives, social histories, revisionist history, Robert Connors, Susan Miller, Jacqueline Jones Royster, three gifts.
MacDonald, Susan Peck.
Chapter Four, “Colonial New England Social History: The Problematics of Contemporary History Writing.”
“A Rediscovered Tradition: European Pedagogy and Composition in Nineteenth-Century Midwestern Normal Schools.”
College Composition and Communications, Vol. 53, No. 2 (Dec., 2001), pp. 224-250.
Keywords: Normal schools, Wisconsin, pedagogy, European pedagogy, elitist American universities, Midwestern, 19th century public education
“The Politics of Historiography: Octalog.”
Rhetoric Review, Vol. 7, No. 1. (Autumn, 1988), pp. 5-49.
Keywords: James Berlin, Victor Vitanza, James Murphy, Robert Connors, Sharon Crowley, Richard Enos, Susan Jarret, Nan Johnson, Jan Swearingen, historiography, histories, histories of rhetoric, research, foundational, anti-foundational.
“The Sermon as Public Discourse: Austin Phelps and the Conservative Homiletic Tradition in Nineteenth Century America.”
Oratorical Culture in Nineteenth-Century America: Transformations in the Theory and Practice of Rhetoric. Eds. Gregory Clark and S. Michael Halloran.
“Foucault Decoded: Notes From Underground.”
Keywords: Foucault, Structuralism, language, The Order of Things (Les Mots and les choses), Vico, tropes, generational aspect of language.
“Resisting Privlege: Basic Writing and Foucault’s Author Function.”
Chapter Six, “Argument and Ethos.”
The Way We Argue Now: A Study in the Cultures of Theory.
Keywords: Foucault, Habermas, Foucault-Habermas debate, ethos, argument, power, liberalism, democracy, procedural.
Textual Carnivals: The Politics of Composition.
Chapter Six, “On Seeing Things for What They Are.”
Keywords: Liberalism, separatism, alternative, Stephen North, ghetto, traditional, student writers
Textual Carnival: The Politics of Composition.
Chapter Five, “The Institution and Composition: Bread and Circuits.”
Keywords: Composition, composition director, carnival, sideshow, autonomy, reification, Kantian moral philosophy, budget, English department, monies, Goffman, framing