Rhetoric & Public Affairs 19, no. 3 cover
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 19, no. 3
Edited by Martin J. Medhurst
IN THIS ISSUE

Articles
Stephen J. Heidt, "Presidential Power and National Violence: James K. Polk’s Rhetorical Transfer of Savagery"
Stephen Howard Browne, “'Sacred fire of liberty': The Constitutional Origins of Washington’s First Inaugural Address"
Robert C. Rowland, John M. Jones, "Reagan’s Strategy for the Cold War and the Evil Empire Address"
Suhi Choi, "Can a Memorial Communicate Embodied Trauma? Reenacting Civilian Bodies in the No Gun Ri Peace Park"

Review Essay
Kundai Chirindo, "Paradigmatic and Syntagmatic Approaches to the Obama Presidency"

Book Reviews
Pat J. Gehrke and William M. Keith, eds., A Century of Communication Studies: The Unfinished Conversation, reviewed by Sara C. Vanderhaagen
Frank Farmer, After the Public Turn: Composition, Counterpublics, and the Citizen Bricoleur, reviewed by Daniel C. Bouwer
Ronald C. Arnett and Pat Arneson, eds., Philosophy of Communication Ethics: Alterity and the Other, reviewed by Melba Velez Ortiz
Lynda Walsh, Scientists as Prophets: A Rhetorical Genealogy, reviewed by John Lynch
Dana Anderson and Jessica Enoch, eds., Burke in the Archives: Using the Past to Transform the Future of Burkean Studies, reviewed by JamesF. Klumpp
Sue Curry Jansen, Walter Lippmann: A Critical Introduction to Media and Communication Theory, reviewed by Peter Simonson
Anthony F. Arrigo, Imaging Hoover Dam: The Making of a Cultural Icon, reviewed by Trischa Goodnow
Bonnie J. Dow, Watching Women’s Liberation 1970: Feminism’s Pivotal Year on the Network News, reviewed by Kristina Horn Sheeler
Subjects: Rhetoric
Publication Date: June 15th, 2018
176 pages| 6 in x 9 in
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MARTIN J. MEDHURST is Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric and Communication and Professor of Political Science at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. 

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