Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Historiography


Agnew, Lois, James J. Murphy, Cheryl Glenn, Nan Johnson, Jan Swearingen, Richard Leo Enos, Jasper Neel, Linda Ferreira-Buckley, Janice Lauer Rice, Janet M. Atwill, Kathleen Ethel Welch, Roxanne Mountford, Thomas Miller, and Victor J. Vitanza. “Rhetorical Historiography and the Octalogs.” Rhetoric Review 30.3 (2011): 237-257.

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