Resituating Domains in Rhetorical Studies
Edited By Charles E. Morris III and Kendall R. Phillips
This edited volume features essays derived from presentations delivered at the 15th Biennial Public Address Conference held at Syracuse University in October 2016, as well as additional material. The Conceit of Context explores the often invoked—indeed a central term in the history of rhetorical studies—but less often engaged concept of context. In this volume, we center the notion of context as the site of engagement, critique, and imagination, seeking to deepen the critical and political promise of context in the study of public discourse.
activism see “Migration is Beautiful” (Rodriguez); protests/protesting; South Korean beef protests (2008); Undocubus Riders for Justice
activity trackers 298–99
actor-network theory 20
ACT UP 214
adequacy, as criterion 24–25
affective economies, defined 226
Agamben, Giorgio 90, 93–94, 95, 103, 199, 326, 327n20
AgJobs bill 42, 43–44, 45
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