Monday, January 22, 2018

Feminist Rhetorics


Adams, Katherine H. A Group of Their Own: College Writing Courses and American Women Writers, 1880-1940. Albany: SUNY UP, 2001.

Allen, Michael. “Adventures with ‘Robin Hood’: Gender and Conflict on a First-Year Bulletin Board.” Journal of Teaching Writing 13.1-2 (1994): 169-96.

Altman, Meryl. “How Not to Do Things with Metaphors We Live By.” College English 52 (September 1990): 495-506.

Amato, Joe. “Family Values: Literacy, Technology, and Uncle Sam.” Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Ed. Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1999. 369-386.

Anderson, Karrin Vasby, and Jessie Stewart. “Politics and the Single Woman: The ‘Sex and the City Voter’ in Campaign 2004.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 8.4 (Winter 2005).

Aronson, Anne. “Composing in a Material World: Women Writing in Space and Time.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 17.2 (Spring 1999): 282-289.

Balka, Ellen, and Laurel Doucette. “The Accessibility of Computers to Organizations Serving Women in the Province of Newfoundland: Preliminary Study Results.” The Arachnet Electronic Journal of Virtual Culture 2.3 (1994).

Ballif, Michelle. “Re/Dressing Histories; Or, On Re/Covering Figures Who Have Been Laid Bare By Our Gaze.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22.1 (Winter 1992): 91-8.

Bammer, Angelika. “The Woman Question–And Some Answers.” The Philosophy of Discourse. Ed. Chip Sills and George H. Jensen. Vol. 2. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1992. 235-264.

Barlowe, Jamie. “Daring to Dialogue: Mary Wollenstonecraft’s Rhetoric of Feminist Dialogics.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 117-36.

Baron, Dennis. Grammar and Gender. Yale UP, 1986.

Batsleer, Janet, Tony Davies, Rebecca O’Rourke, and Chris Weedon. Rewriting English: Cultural Politics of Gender and Class. New York: Methuen, 1985.

Berlin, James. Rhetorics, Poetics, and Cultures: Refiguring College English Studies. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1996.

Biesecker, Barbara. “Coming to Terms with Recent Attempts to Write Women into the History of Rhetoric.” Rethinking the History of Rhetoric: Multidisciplinary Essays on the Rhtorical Tradition. Ed. Takis Poulakos. Boulder: Westview P, 1993. 153-72.

Biesecker, Susan L. “Rhetoric, Possibility, and Women’s Status in Ancient Athens: Gorgias’s and Isocrates’s Encomiums of Helen.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22.1 (Winter 1992): 99-108.

Bizzell, Patricia. “Feminist Methods of Research in the History of Rhetoric: What Difference Do They Make?” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 30.4 (Fall 2000): 5-18.

Bizzell, Patricia. “The Praise of Folly, The Woman Rhetor, and Post-Modern Skepticism.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22.1 (Winter 1992): 7-17.

Bizzell, Patricia, and Bruce Herzberg, eds. The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present. Boston: Bedford, 1990.

Black, Laurel, et al. “Writing Like a Woman and Being Rewarded for It: Gender, Assessment, and Reflective Letters from Miami University’s Student Portfolios.” New Directions in Portfolio Assessment: Reflective Practice, Critical Theory, and Large-Scale Scoring. Ed. Laurel Black, et al.. Portsmouth, NYH: Boynton/Cook, 1994. 235-47.

Blair, Carole, Julie R. Brown, and Lester A. Baxter. “Disciplining the Feminine.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 80 (1994): 383- 409.

Blair, Kristine L., and Pamela Takayoshi, eds. Feminist Cyberscapes: Mapping Gendered Academic Spaces. Stamford, CT: Ablex, 1999.

Bleich, David. “Genders of Writing.” Journal of Advanced Composition 9.1-2 (1989): 10-25.

Boardman, Kathleen A., and Joy Ritchie. “Rereading Feminism’s Absence and Presence in Composition.” History, Reflection, and Narrative: The Professionalization of Composition 1963-1983. Eds. Mary Rosner, Beth Boehm, and Debra Journet. Greenwich, CT: Ablex, 1998. 143-162.

Booth, Wayne. “Rhetoric for Women.” University of Chicago Magazine 73.3 (Winter 1981): 32, 34.

Bordelon, Suzanne. “Composing Women’s Civic Identities during the Progressive Era: College Commencement Addresses as Overlooked Rhetorical Sites.” College Composition and Communication 61.3 (Feb. 2010): 510-533.

Bordelon, Suzanne. “Contradicting and Complicating Feminization of Rhetoric Narratives: Mary Yost and Argument from a Sociological Perspective.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 35.3 (Summer 2005): 101-125.

Brady, Laura. “The Reproduction of Othering.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 21-44.

Brodkey, Linda. Writing Permitted in Designated Areas Only. Minneapolis: U Minnesota P, 1996.

Brody, Miriam. Manly Writing: Gender, Rhetoric, and the Rise of Composition. Southern Illinois UP, 1993.

Brown, Wendy. “‘Supposing Truth Were a Woman. . .’: Plato’s Subversion of Masculine Discourse.” Feminist Interpretations of Plato. Ed. Nancy Tuana. University Park: Penn State P, 1994. 157-80.

Bruce, Heather E. Literacies, Lies, and Silences: Girls Writing Lives in the Classroom. New York: Peter Lang, 2003.

Bruner, M. Lane. “Producing Identities: Gender Problematization and Feminist Argumentation.” Argumentation and Advocacy 32.4 (1996): 185-199.

Bystrom, Dianne G., Mary Christine Banwart, Lynda Lee Kaid, and Terry A. Robertson. Gender and Candidate Communication: VideoStyle, WebStyle, and NewsStyle. New York: Routledge, 2004.

Cain, Mary Ann. Revisioning Writers’ Talk: Gender and Culture in Acts of Composing. Albany: SUNY UP, 1995.

Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs. Man Cannot Speak for Her: A Critical Study of Early Feminist Rhetoric. 2 vols. New York: Greenwood P, 1989.

Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs, and Zornitsa D. Keremidchieva. “Race, Sex, and Class in Rhetorical Criticism.” The Sage Handbook of Rhetorical Studies. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2009. 461-476.

Carlton, Susan Brown. “Voice and the Naming of Woman.” Voices on Voice: Definitions, Perspectives, Inquiry. Ed. Kathleen Blake Yancey. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1994. 226-241.

Carson, Fiona, and Claire Pajaczkowska, eds. Feminist Visual Culture. New York: Routledge, 2001.

Castle, Terry. “Contagious Folly: An Adventure and Its Skeptics.” Critical Inquiry 17 (Summer 1991). Rpt. Questions of Evidence: Proof, Practice, and Persuasion across the Disciplines. Ed. James Chandler, Arnold I. Davidson, and Harry D. Harootunian. U Chicago P, 1994. 11-42.

Chernekoff, Janice. “Challenging the Constraints of First-Year Composition Through Ethnic Women’s Narratives.” Rhetoric and Ethnicity. Ed. Keith Gilyard and Vorris Nunley. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2004. 129-136.

Chiseri-Strater, Elizabeth. Academic Literacies: The Public and Private Discourse of University Students. Boynton/Cook, 1991.

Christoph, Julie Nelson. “Reconceiving Ethos in Relation to the Personal: Strategies of Placement in Pioneer Women’s Writing.” College English 64.6 (July 2002): 660-679.

Clark, Suzanne. “Argument and Composition.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 94-99.

Clark, Suzanne. “Julia Kristeva: Rhetoric and the Woman as Stranger.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 305-18.

Clark, Suzanne. “Rhetoric, Social Construction, and Gender: Is It Bad to Be Sentimental?” Writing Theory and Critical Theory. Ed. John Clifford and John Schilb. New York: Modern Language Association, 1994. 96-108.

Coates, Jennifer, and Deborah Cameron, eds. Women in Their Speech Communities. Longman, 1988.

Collins, Vicki Tolar. “Walking in Light, Walking in Darkness: The Story of Women’s Changing Rhetorical Space in Early Methodism.” Rhetoric Review 14.2 (Spring 1996): 336-54.

Connors, Robert J. “Frances Wright: First Female Civic Rhetor in America.” College English 62.1 (September 1999): 30-57.

Conway, Kathryn M. “Woman Suffrage and the History of Rhetoric at the Seven Sisters Colleges, 1865-1919.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 203-26.

Coombe, Rosemary J. “Author/izing the Celebrity: Publicity Rights, Postmodern Politics, and Unauthorized Genders.” The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Ed. Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi. Durham: Duke UP, 1994. 101-32.

Craig, Collin Lamont, and Staci Maree Perryman-Clark. “Troubling the Boundaries: (De)Contructing WPA Identities at the Intersections of Race and Gender.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 34.2 (Sprin 2011): 37-58.

 

Crenshaw, Carrie. “The Normality of Man and Female Otherness: (Re)producing Patriarchal Lines of Argument in the Law and the News.” Argumentation and Advocacy 32.4 (1996): 170-185.

Cunningham, Sally Jo. “Guidelines for an Introduction to Networking: A Review of the Literature.” The Arachnet Electronic Journal of Virtual Culture 2.3 (1994).

Davis, Diane (Mowery). “‘Breaking Up’ [at] Phallocracy: Postfeminism’s Chortling Hammer.” Rhetoric Review 14.1 (Fall 1995): 126-41.

Davis, D. Diane. Breaking Up [at] Totality: A Rhetoric of Laughter. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2000.

Dingwaney, Anuradha, and Lawrence Needham, “Feminist Theory and Practice in the Writing Classroom: A Critique and a Prospectus.” Constructing Rhetorical Education. Ed. Marie Secor and Davida Charney. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1992. 6-25.

Dixon, Kathleen. “Gendering the ‘Personal.'” College Composition and Communication 46.2 (May 1995): 255-75.

Donawerth, Jane. “Nineteenth-Century United States Conduct Book Rhetoric by Women.” Rhetoric Review 21.1 (2002): 5-21.

Ede, Lisa, Cheryl Glenn, and Andrea Lunsford. “Border Crossings: Intersections of Rhetoric and Feminism.” Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric 13 (1995): 401-442.

Eldred, Janet Carey, and Peter Mortensen. “‘Persuasion Dwelt on Her Tongue’: Female Civic Rhetoric in Early America.” College English 60.2 (February 1998): 173-188.

Eldred, Janet Carey. “Technology’s Strange, Familiar Voices.” Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Ed. Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1999. 387-398.

Engelhard, George, Jr., Belita Gordon, and Stephen Gabrielson. “The Influences of Mode of Discourse, Experiential Demand, and Gender on the Quality of Student Writing.” Research in the Teaching of English 26.3 (October 1992): 315-36.

Enoch, Jessica. “Para la Mujer: Defining a Chicana Feminist Rhetoric at the Turn of the Century.” College English 67.1 (Sept. 2004): 20-37.

Enos, Theresa. “Gender and Journals, Conservers or Innovators.” Pre/Text 9 (Fall/Winter 1988): 209-14.

Enos, Theresa. Gender Roles and Faculty Lives in Rhetoric and Composition. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1996.

Ervin, Elizabeth. “Rhetorical Situations and the Straits of Inappropriateness: Teaching Feminist Activism.” Rhetoric Review 25.3 (2006): 316-333.

Farr, Marcia. “Awareness of Diversity.” Assessment of Writing: Politics, Policies and Practices. Ed. Edward M. White, William D. Lutz, and Sandra Kamusikiri. Modern Language Association, 1996. 241-6.

Farrell, Thomas J. “The Female and Male Modes of Rhetoric.” College English 40 (1979): 909-21.

Flynn, Elizabeth A. “‘Gender and Reading’ Revisited.” Writing Theory and Critical Theory. Ed. John Clifford and John Schilb. New York: Modern Language Association, 1994. 313-18.

Flynn, Elizabeth A. “Composing as a Woman.” College Composition and Communication 39 (1988): 423-35.

Flynn, Elizabeth A. “Composition Studies from a Feminist Perspective.” The Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary. Ed. Richard Bullock, John Trimbur, and Charles Schuster. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1991. 137-154.

Flynn, Elizabeth A. “Feminism and Scientism.” College Composition and Communication 46.3 (October 1995): 353-68.

Flynn, Elizabeth A. “Feminist Theories/Feminist Composition.” College English 57.2 (February 1995): 201-212.

Flynn, Elizabeth A., and Patrocinio Schweickart. Gender and Reading. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1986.

Foss, Sonja K. “Feminist Criticism.” Rhetorical Criticism: Exploration and Practice. Prospect Heights: Waveland P, 1989.

Fox, Thomas. “Race and Gender in Collaborative Learning.” Writing With: New Directions in Collaborative Teaching, Learning, and Research. Ed. Sally Barr Reagan, Thomas Fox, and David Bleich. Albany, NY: SUNY P, 1994. 111-22.

Frank, Francine Wattman, and Paula A. Treichler, et al. Language, Gender, and Professional Writing: Theoretical Approaches and Guidelines for Nonsexist Usage. New York: MLA, 1989.

Frank, Francine Wattman. “Language Planning, Language Reform, and Language Change: A Review of Guidelines for Nonsexist Usage.” Language, Gender, and Professional Writing: Theoretical Approaches and Guidelines for Nonsexist Usage. Francine Wattman Frank, and Paula A. Treichler, et al. New York: MLA, 1989. 105-136.

Fraser, Nancy. Unruly Practices: Power, Discourse and Gender in Contemporary Social Theory. Minneapolis: U Minnesota P, 1989.

Frey, Olivia. “Beyond Literary Darwinism: Women’s Voices and Critical Discourse.” College English 52 (September 1990): 507-526.

Fulkerson, Richard P. “Transcending our Conception of Argument in Light of Feminist Critiques.” Argumentation and Advocacy 32.4 (1996): 199-217.

Gallagher, Catherine. “A History of the Precedent: Rhetorics of Legitimation in Women’s Writing.” Critical Inquiry 26.2 (Winter 2000): 309-327.

Gannett, Cinthia. Gender and the Journal: Diaries and Academic Discourse. Albany: SUNY UP.

Gearhart, Sally Miller. “The Womanization of Rhetoric.” Women’s Studies International Quarterly 2 (1979): 195-202.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. “Common Properties of Pleasure: Texts in Nineteenth Century Women’s Clubs.” The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Ed. Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi. Durham: Duke UP, 1994. 383-400.

Gere, Anne Ruggles, and Laura Jane Roop. “For Profit and Pleasure: Collaboration in Nineteenth Century Women’s Literary Clubs.” New Visions of Collaborative Writing. Ed. Janis Forman. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1992. 1-18.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. Intimate Practices : Literacy and Cultural Work in U.S. Women’s Clubs, 1880-1920. U Illinois P, 1997.

Gere, Anne Ruggles, intro. Into the Field: Sites of Composition Studies. Ed. Anne Ruggles Gere. New York: Modern Language Association, 1993. 1-8.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. “Literacy and Difference in 19th-Century Women’s Clubs.” Literacy: Interdisciplinary Conversations. Ed. Deborah Keller-Cohen. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 1994.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. “The Long Revolution in Composition.” Composition in the Twenty-First Century: Crisis and Change. Ed. Lynn Z. Bloom, Donald A. Daiker, and Edward M. White. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1996. 119-32.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. “Public Opinion and Teaching Writing.” The Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary. Ed. Richard Bullock, John Trimbur, and Charles Schuster. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1991. 263-276.

Gere, Anne Ruggles, and R.D. Abbott. “Talking about Writing: The Language of Writing Groups.” Research in the Teaching of English 19 (1985): 362-85.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. “(Un)Professional Reading and Writing in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Clubs.” Colgate University Humanities Colloquium, Hamilton NY, 27 February 1996.

Gere, Anne Ruggles. Writing Groups: History, Theory, and Implications. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1987.

Gershuny, H. Lee. “English Handbooks 1979-85: Case Studies in Sexist and Nonsexist Usage.” Language, Gender, and Professional Writing: Theoretical Approaches and Guidelines for Nonsexist Usage. Francine Wattman Frank, and Paula A. Treichler, et al. New York: MLA, 1989. 95-104.

Gilbert, Sandra M., and Susan Gubar. “Tradition and the Female Talent.” The Poetics of Gender. Ed. Nancy K. Miller. New York: Columbia UP, 1986. 183-207.

Gilligan, Carol. In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development. Cambridge MA: Harvard UP, 1982.

Glenn, Cheryl, and Shirley Wilson Logan, eds. Gender and Rhetorical Space in American Life, 1866-1910. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2002.

Glenn, Cheryl. “Reexamining The Book of Margery Kempe: A Rhetoric of Autobiography.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 53-72.

Glenn, Cheryl. Rhetoric Retold: Regendering the Tradition from Antiquity through the Renaissance. Carbondale IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1997.

Gold, David. “Beyond the Classroom Walls: Student Writing at Texas Woman’s University, 1901-1939.” Rhetoric Review 22.3 (2003): 264-281.

Goldberg, Jonathan. “The Female Pen: Writing as a Woman.” Language Machines: Technologies of Literary and Cultural Production. Ed. Jeffrey Masten, Peter Stallybrass, and Nancy J. Vickers. New York: Routledge, 1997. 17-38.

Goulston, Wendy. “Women Writing.” Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity. Ed. Cynthia L. Caywood and Gillian R. Overing. Albany: SUNY UP, 1987. 19-30.

Graves, Heather Brodie. “Regrinding the Lens of Gender: Problematizing ‘Writing as a Woman.'” Written Communication 10.2 (April 1993): 139-63.

Gruber, Sibylle. “The Rhetorics of Three Women Activist Groups on the Web: Building and Transforming Communities.” Alternative Rhetorics: Challenges to the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Laura Gray-Rosendale and Sibylle Gruber. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2001. 77-92.

Halasek, Kay. “Feminism and Bakhtin: Dialogic Reading in the Academy.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22.1 (Winter 1992): 63-74.

Halbert, Debora. “Poaching and Plagiarizing: Property, Plagiarism, and Feminist Futures.” Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. Ed. Alice Roy and Lise Buranen. Albany, NY: SUNY P, 1999. 111-120.

Hallin, Annika. “A Rhetoric for Audiences: Louise Rosenblatt on Reading and Action.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 285-304.

Haswell, Janis, and Richard H. Haswell. “Gendership and the Miswriting of Students.” College Composition and Communication 46.2 (May 1995): 223-54.

Hawisher, Gail E., and Patricia Sullivan. “Women on the Networks: Searching for E-Spaces of their Own.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 172-197.

Haynes, Cynthia. “Virtual Diffusion: Ethics, TechnŽ and Feminism at the End of the Cold Millennium.” Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Ed. Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1999. 337-348.

Hendrickson, Paul. “The Ladies Before Rosa: Let Us Now Praise Unfamous Women.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 8.2 (2005).

Hesford, Wendy S., and Eileen E. Schell. “Configurations of Transnationality: Locating Feminist Rhetorics.” College English 70.5 (2008): 461-470.

Hesford, Wendy S. “‘Ye Are Witnesses’: Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 132-152.

Hintikka, Merrill B., and Jaakko Hintikka. “How Can Language Be Sexist?” Discovering Reality: Feminist Perspectives on Epistemology, Metaphysics, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science. Ed. Sandra Harding and Merrill B. Hintikka. Boston: D. Reidel, 1983. 139-48.

Hirsh, Elizabeth, and Gary A. Olson. “Starting from Marginalized Lives: A Conversation with Sandra Harding.” JAC 15.2 (1995): 193-226.

Hite, Molly. “Inventing Gender: Creative Writing and Critical Agency.” Disciplining English: Alternative Histories, Critical Perspectives. Ed. David R. Shumway and Craig Dionne. SUNY P, 2002. 149-158.

Hoffmann, Leonore, and Margo Culley, eds. Women’s Personal Narratives: Essays in Criticism and Pedagogy. New York: MLA, 1985.

Holbrook, Sue Ellen. “Women’s Work: The Feminizing of Composition Studies.” Rhetoric Review 9 (1991): 201-229.

Holdstein, Deborah H. “Gender, Feminism, and Institution-Wide Assessment Programs.” Assessment of Writing: Politics, Policies and Practices. Ed. Edward M. White, William D. Lutz, and Sandra Kamusikiri. Modern Language Association, 1996. 204-25.

Hollis, Karyn. Liberating Voices: Writing at the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Writers. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2004.

Hollis, Karyn. “Plays of Heteroglossia: Labor Drama at the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers.” Popular Literacy: Studies in Cultural Practices and Poetics. Ed. John Trimbur. U Pittsburgh P, 2001. 151-174.

Holzman, Michael. “Observations on Literacy: Gender, Race, and Class.” The Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary. Ed. Richard Bullock, John Trimbur, and Charles Schuster. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1991. 297-306.

Hourigan, Maureen M. Literacy as Social Exchange: Intersections of Class, Gender, and Culture. Albany: SUNY UP, 1994.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Sexuality, Textuality: The Cultural Work of Plagiarism.” College English 62.4 (March 2000): 473-491.

Jamieson, Kathleen Hall. Eloquence in an Electronic Age: The Transformation of Political Speechmaking. New York: Oxford UP, 1988. Chapter 4, “The ‘Effeminate’ Style,” 67-89.

Jarratt, Susan C. “As We Were Saying . . .” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 1-20.

Jarratt, Susan C., and Rory Ong. “Aspasia: Rhetoric, Gender, and Colonial Ideology.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 9-24.

Jarratt, Susan C. “Beside Ourselves: Rhetoric and Representation in Postcolonial Feminist Writing.” JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 18.1 (1998): 57-76.

Jarratt, Susan C. “Feminism and Composition: The Case for Conflict.” Contending with Words: Composition and Rhetoric in a Postmodern Age. Ed. Patricia Harkin and John Schilb. New York: MLA, 1991. 105-23.

Jarratt, Susan C., and Lynn Worsham, eds. Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. New York: Modern Language Association, 1998.

Jarratt, Susan C. “Performing Feminisms, Histories, Rhetorics.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22.1 (Winter 1992): 1-6.

Jarratt, Susan C. “Speaking to the Past: Feminist Historiography in Rhetoric.” Pre/Text 11.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1990): 189-210.

Joeres, Ruth-Ellen Boetcher, and Elizabeth Mittman, eds. The Politics of the Essay: Feminist Perspectives. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1994.

Johnson, Nan. Gender and Rhetorical Space in American Life, 1866-1910. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2002.

Joyce, Michael. “Beyond Next Before You Once Again: Repossessing and Renewing Electronic Culture.” Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Ed. Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1999. 399-417.

Kahn, Robbie Pfeufer. Bearing Meaning: The Language of Birth. Champaign: U Illinois P.

Kaplan, Nancy, and Eva Farrell. “Weavers of Webs: A Portrait of Young Women on the Net.” The Arachnet Electronic Journal of Virtual Culture 2.3 (1994).

Kates, Susan. “The Embodied Rhetoric of Hallie Quinn Brown.” College English 59.1 (January 1997): 59-71.

Kates, Susan. “Subversive Feminism: The Politics of Correctness in Mary Augusta Jordan’s Correct Writing and Speaking (1904).” College Composition and Communication 48.4 (December 1997): 501-517.

Kempe, Margery. The Book of Margery Kempe. Ed. W. Butler-Bowdon. London: Oxford UP, 1936.

Kirsch, Gesa E. Women Writing the Academy: Audience, Authority, and Transformation. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1993.

Kirsch, Gesa E., Faye Spencer Maor, Lance Massey, Lee Nickoson-Massey, and Mary P. Sheridan-Rabideau, eds. Feminism and Composition: A Critical Sourcebook. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2003.

Kirsch, Gesa E., and Jacqueline J. Royster. “Feminist Rhetorical Practices: In Search of Excellence.” College Composition and Communication 61.4 (June 2010).

Kraemer, Don J., Jr. “Gender and the Autobiographical Essay: A Critical Extension of the Research.” College Composition and Communication 43.3 (October 1992): 323-39.

Lamb, Catherine E. “Beyond Argument in Feminist Composition.” College Composition and Communication 42 (1991): 11-24.

Lamb, Catherine. “Other Voices, Different Parties: Feminist Responses to Argument.” Perspectives on Written Argument. Ed. Deborah P. Berrill. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 1996.

Lamb, Mary R. “The Rhetoric of Gender as Advanced Writing.” Coming of Age: The Advanced Writing Curriculum. Ed. Linda K. Shamoon, Rebecca Moore Howard, Sandra Jamieson, and Robert A. Schwegler. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Boynton/Cook, 2000. 117.

Lassner, Phyllis. “Bridging Composition and Women’s Studies: The Work of Ann E. Berthoff and Susanne K. Langer.” Journal of Teaching Writing 10.1 (Spring/Summer 1991): 21-38.

Lassner, Phyllis. “Feminist Responses to Rogerian Argument.” Rhetoric Review 8.2 (Spring, 1990): 220-32.

Latta, Susan, and Janice Lauer. “Some Issues and Concerns from Postmodern and Feminist Perspectives.” Student Self-Assessment and Development in Writing: A Collaborative Inquiry. Ed. Jane Bowman Smith and Kathleen Blake Yancey. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton P.

Lauer, Janice M. “The Feminization of Rhetoric and Composition Studies?” Rhetoric Review 13.2 (Spring 1995): 276-86.

Lavine, Ann. “Subject Matter and Gender.” Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity. Ed. Cynthia L. Caywood and Gillian R. Overing. Albany: SUNY UP, 1987. 135-146.

Lay, Mary M. “The Androgynous Collaborator: The Impact of Gender Studies on Collaboration.” New Visions of Collaborative Writing. Ed. Janis Forman. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1992. 82-104.

Levin, Carole, and Patricia A. Sullivan, eds. Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women. Albany: SUNY UP, 1995.

Lipscomb, Drema R. “Sojourner Truth: A Practical Public Discourse.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 227-46.

Logan, Shirley Wilson. “‘When and Where I Enter’: Race, Gender, and Composition Studies.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 45-57.

Lu, Min-Zhan. “Reading and Writing Differences: The Problematic of Experience.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Assocation, 1998. 239-251.

Lyon, Arabela. “Susanne K. Langer: Mother and Midwife at the Rebirth of Rhetoric.” Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1995. 265-84.

Marshall, Margaret J. Response to Reform: Composition and the Professionalization of Teaching. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2003.

Masiello, Francine. “Literacy, Gender, and Transnational Meddling.” Literacy: Interdisciplinary Conversations. Ed. Deborah Keller-Cohen. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 1994.

Mattingly, Carol. “Woman-Tempered Rhetoric: Public Presentation and the WCTU.” Rhetoric Review 14.1 (Fall 1995): 44-63.

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