Rhetor Vol. 2

Published in 2007 by the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric

Editor’s Introduction
PHILIPPA SPOEL
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Introduction de la rédactrice
PHILIPPA SPOEL
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Articles

Apprentissage de la rhétorique et de la citoyenneté: Les écrits de Marie-Madeleine Jodin ELISABETH ZAWISZA
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Learning Conversational Rhetoric in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Hester Thrale Piozzi and Her Mentors Collier and Johnson
TANIA S. SMITH
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A New Rhetoric for Modern Jewish Studies: Moses Gaster’s Redefinition of Jewish Homiletic Concepts
MIRELA SAIM
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Les rôles des personnages féminins comme arguments contre l’usage de la force dans quelques récits de combat en France dans les annés trente
SYLVAIN RHEAULT
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The Muslim Headscarf Controversy in French Schools: A Sign of Inclusion or of Exclusion?
NANCY SENIOR
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Dissent and the Rhetoric of Reflection: Barbara Lee’s September 14, 2001, Speech
GRANT C. COS
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Signposts of Cultural Identity: George Grant’s Lament for a Nation and Mel Hurtig’s The Vanishing Country
JENNIFER MACLENNAN
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“Telling it like it is”: Jim Pankiw and Politics of Racism
JEANIE WILLS
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A Feminist Rhetorical Perspective on Informed Choice in Midwifery
PHILIPPA SPOEL
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