Rhetoric & Public Affairs 23, no. 1

Rhetoric & Public Affairs 23, no. 1

Rhetoric & Public Affairs (Journal)

Edited by Martin J. Medhurst

Published by: Michigan State University Press

200 pages, 6.00 x 9.00 in

  • ISBN: 9781684301232
  • Published: March 2020


In This Issue
Cheryl R. Jorgensen-Earp and Darwin D. Jorgensen, "'To Fly Under Borrowed Colours': Insulin Discovery Accounts, Scientific Credit, and the Nobel Prize"

Dominic J. Manthey, "A Vision of Violence in General Orders No. 100"

John M. Murphy, "The Sunshine of Human Rights: Hubert Humphrey at the 1948 Democratic Convention"

Denise M. Bostdorff and Steven R. Goldzwig, "Barack Obama’s Eulogy for the Reverend Clementa Pinckney, June 26, 2015: Grace as the Vehicle for Collective Salvation and Obama’s Agency on Civil Rights"

Mattilyn Egli, "Index to Rhetoric & Public Affairs: Volume 16 (2013)—Volume 22 (2019)"

Book Reviews
Helene A. Shugart, Heavy: The Obesity Crisis in Cultural Context, reviewed by Casey Ryan Kelly

Jeff Rice, Craft Obsession: The Social Rhetorics of Beer, reviewed by Antonio Ceraso

Melissa A. Goldthwaite, Food, Feminisms, Rhetorics, reviewed by Talya Peri Slaw

Christa Teston, Bodies in Flux: Scientific Methods for Negotiating Medical Uncertainty, reviewed by Rachel Bloom-Pojar

Christopher Densmore, Carol Faulkner, Nancy Hewitt, and Beverly Wilson Palmer, Lucretia Mott Speaks: The Essential Speeches and Sermons, reviewed by Jane Donawerth and Emily Smith

Tom F. Wright, Lecturing the Atlantic: Speech, Print, and an Anglo-American Commons, 1830–1870, reviewed by Carly S. Woods

Mark Ward Sr., The Lord’s Radio: Gospel Music Broadcasting and the Making of Evangelical Culture, 1920–1960, reviewed by Gregory Perreault