フェミニスト修辞学理論読本<br>Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory

フェミニスト修辞学理論読本
Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 472 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780761930150
  • DDC分類 305.4201

基本説明

Contents: Cheris Karmare/ bell hooks/ Gloria Anzaldua/ Mary Daly/ Starhawk/ Paula Gunn Allen/ Trinh T. Minh-Ha/ Sally Miller Gearhart/ Sonja Johnson.

Full Description


With a broad conceptualization of rhetorical scholarship and theory in mind, editors Karen A. Foss, Sonja K. Foss, and Cindy L. Griffin have compiled essays and readings by feminist theorists whose work has relevance for rhetorical theory. This volume introduces readers to multiple feminist voices and perspectives and contextualizes theory as a way of framing experiences and events. The editors provide readers with an inclusive, accessible collection of readings by key contemporary feminist theorists as well as spirited, approachable introductions to their work and their lives. Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory features and pays homage to the work of nine influential theorists: Cheris Kramarae, bell hooks, Gloria Anzaldua, Mary Daly, Starhawk, Paula Gunn Allen, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Sally Miller Gearhart, and Sonia Johnson. As the editors explain in their Introduction, these feminist theorists are featured because they have sufficiently large bodies of work that constitute coherent theories about communication or rhetoric and contribute to the re-conceptualization and transformation of rhetorical constructs and theories.The editors introduce each theorist historically and conceptually through a brief biography and a discussion of the key ideas in the pieces selected. The works of each theorist * represent the general content and form of the theorist's body of work;* span the time period over which the theorist has been writing, tracing the evolution of her ideas;* directly address concerns relevant to rhetorical theory or symbol use; * vary in terms of types of work (essays, poems, short stories) to capture the range of each theorist's genre.Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory is ideal for students in upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in Communication Studies, Women's Studies, and English and is an excellent companion volume to Feminist Rhetorical Theory.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    vii
1. Introducing Feminist Rhetorical Scholarship 1 (6)
2. Introduction to Cheris Kramarce 7 (38)
2.1 Proprietors of Language 9 (10)
2.2 Women as a Muted Group 19 (8)
2.3 A Visiting Scholar 27 (7)
2.4 Do We Really Want More Control of 34 (5)
Technology?
2.5 Feminist Theories of Communication 39 (6)
3. Introduction to bell hooks 45 (30)
3.1 Feminism: A Movement to End Sexist 47 (10)
Oppression
3.2 Feminist Politicization: A Comment 57 (6)
3.3 Back to the Avant-Garde: The 63 (8)
Progressive Vision
3.4 Design: A Happening Life 71 (4)
4. Introduction to Gloria Anzald俉 75 (30)
4.1 Speaking in Tongues: A Letter to 3rd 77 (8)
World Women Writers
4.2 La conciencia de la mestiza: Towards a 85 (12)
New Consciousness
4.3 Del otro lado 97 (3)
4.4 Beyond Traditional Notions of Identity 100(5)
5. Introduction to Mary Daly 105(36)
5.1 A Call for the Castration of Sexist 107(12)
Religion
5.2 Gyn/Ecology: Spinning New Time/Space 119(4)
5.3 Sin Big 123(7)
5.4 Spiraling into the Nineties 130(11)
6. Introduction to Starhawk 141(38)
6.1 Witchcraft as Goddess Religion 143(6)
6.2 Truth or Dare 149(13)
Magic and Its Uses 149(2)
The Three Types of Power 151(2)
Roots of the Three Types of Power 153(9)
6.3 Ritual as Bonding: Action as Ritual 162(8)
6.4 The Spiral Dance 170(5)
6.5 Roundtable Discussion: Backlash 175(4)
7. Introduction to Paula Gunn Allen 179(34)
7.1 All the Good Indians 181(3)
7.2 Grandmother of the Sun: Ritual 184(15)
Gynocracy in Native America
7.3 Some Like Indians Endure 199(5)
7.4 Essentially, It's Spring 204(2)
7.5 Haggles 206(7)
8. Introduction to Trinh T. Minh-ha 213(26)
8.1 Not You/Like You: Post-Colonial Women 215(5)
and the Interlocking Questions of Identity
and Difference
8.2 Yellow Sprouts 220(5)
8.3 The Totalizing Quest of Meaning 225(14)
9. Introduction to Sally Miller Gearhart 239(32)
9.1 The Womanization of Rhetoric 241(7)
9.2 The Gatherstretch 248(11)
9.3 The Chipko 259(7)
9.4 Notes from a Recovering Activist 266(5)
10. Introduction to Sonia Johnson 271(42)
10.1 The Bursting of the File 273(9)
10.2 Who's Afraid of the Supreme Court? 282(12)
10.3 Ship Ahoy 294(3)
10.4 Meet My Needs, Make Me Happy 297(7)
10.5 The Bears and Anarchy 304(9)
Index 313(6)
About the Editors 319