Rhetoric & Public Affairs 22, no. 4

Rhetoric & Public Affairs 22, no. 4

Rhetoric & Public Affairs (Journal)

Edited by Martin J. Medhurst

Published by: Michigan State University Press

198 pages, 6.00 x 9.00 in

  • ISBN: 9781684301034
  • Published: December 2019


In This Issue

Martin J. Medhurst, "Editor’s Note"

Megan Fitzmaurice, "Recirculating Memories of the Presidents as Benevolent Slaveholders on Presidential Slavery Tours"

Ashley P. Ferrell, “'Righting Past Wrongs': Rhetorical Disidentification and Historical Reference in Response to Philadelphia’s Opioid Epidemic"

G. Mitchell Reyes, "Algorithms and Rhetorical Inquiry: The Case of the 2008 Financial Collapse" 

Anne Demo, "Documenting Death by Policy: Public Grievability, Migrant Lives, and Commonplace Denials"

Celebrating the Life and Scholarship of Robert L. Scott, 1928–2018
Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, "Robert L. Scott"

Robert Hariman, "Tribute to Robert L. Scott"

Barry Brummett, "Scott’s Body"

Martin J. Medhurst, "Robert L. Scott: Memories of a Great Man"