Staff View for: Understanding African American rhetoric

 Staff view

You must be logged in to Tag Records

Understanding African American rhetoric : classical origins to contemporary innovations /

edited by Ronald L. Jackson II and Elaine B. Richardson.

Book Cover
Names: Jackson, Ronald L., | Richardson, Elaine B.,
Published: New York, Ny : Routledge, 2003.
Topics: African Americans - Languages. | English language - United States - Foreign elements - African. | English language - United States - Rhetoric. | African languages - Influence on English. | African Americans - Communication. | Black English.
Tags: Add

Spaces will separate tags.
Use quotes for multi-word tags.

000 03845cam a2200361 a 4500
001 4605216
003 UIUdb
005 20030703173508.0
008 020919s2003 nyu b 001 0 eng
010 |a 2002015432
015 |aGBA3-Y3920
020 |a0415943868 (alk. paper)
020 |a0415943876 (pbk. : alk. paper)
035 |a(OCoLC)ocm50693599
040 |aDLC|cDLC|dUKM|dC#P|dDDU|dUIU
043 |an-us---|af------
049 |aUIUU|mno
050 00|aPE3102.N42|bU53 2003
082 00|a427/.973/08996073|221
245 00|aUnderstanding African American rhetoric :|bclassical origins to contemporary innovations /|cedited by Ronald L. Jackson II and Elaine B. Richardson.
260 |aNew York, Ny :|bRoutledge,|c2003.
300 |axix, 325 p. ;|c26 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gSection 1.|tClassical Egyptian origins of African American rhetoric --|g1.|tNommo, Kawaida, and communicative practice : bringing good into the world /|rMaulana Karenga --|g2. The|tspiritual essence of African American rhetoric /|rAdisa A. Alkebulan --|gSection 2. t Manifestations of African American rhetoric and orality --|g3.|tAfrican American orality : expanding rhetoric /|rThurmon Garner|gand|rCarolyn Calloway-Thomas --|g4.|t"Jesus is a rock" : spirituals as lived experience /|rMelbourne S. Cummings|gand|rJudi Moore Latta --|g5. The|tuse of public space as cultural communicator : how museums reconstruct and reconnect cultural memory /|rDeborah F. Atwater|gand|rSandra L. Herndon --|gSection 3.|tPolitics of defining African American rhetoric --|g6. The|tword at work : ideological and epistemological dynamics in African American rhetoric --|rRichard L. Wright --|g7. The|tpolitics of (in)visibility in African American rhetorical scholarship : a (re)quest for an African worldview /|rMark Lawrence McPhail --|g8.|tAfrocentricity as metatheory : a dialogic exploration of its principles /|rRonald L. Jackson II --|gSection 4.|tAfrican American rhetorical analyses of struggle and resistance --|g9.|tAfricological theory and criticism : reconceptualizing communication constructs /|rJeffrey Lynn Woodyard --|g10.|tEvery man fights for his freedom : the rhetoric of African American resistance in the mid-nineteenth century /|rElla Forbes --|g11. "The|tduty of the civilized is to civilize the uncivilized" : tropes of Black nationalism in the messages of Five Percent rappers /|rFelicia M. Miyakawa --|g12.|tDeath narratives from the killing fields : narrative criticism and the case of Tupac Shakur /|rCarlos D. Morrison --|gSection 5.|tTrends and innovations in analyzing contemporary African American rhetoric --|g13.|tLauryn Hill as lyricist and womanist /|rCelnisha L. Dangerfield --|g14. The|tkink factor : a womanist discourse of African American mother/daughter perspectives on negotiating Black hair/body politics /|rRegina E. Spellers --|g15. An|tAfrocentric rhetorical analysis of Johnnie Cochran's closing argument in the O.J. Simpson trial /|rFelicia R. Walker --|g16.|tAfrocentric rhetoric transcending audiences and contexts : a case study of preacher and politician Emanuel Cleaver II /|rShauntae Brown-White --|gSection 6.|tVisions for research in African American rhetoric --|g17. The|tfuture of African American rhetoric /|rMolefi Kete Asante --|g18. The|tdiscourse of African American women : a case for extended paradigms /|rDorthy L. Pennington.
650 0|aAfrican Americans|xLanguages.
650 0|aEnglish language|zUnited States|xForeign elements|xAfrican.
650 0|aEnglish language|zUnited States|xRhetoric.
650 0|aAfrican languages|xInfluence on English.
650 0|aAfrican Americans|xCommunication.
650 0|aBlack English.
700 1 |aJackson, Ronald L.,|d1970-
700 1 |aRichardson, Elaine B.,|d1960-
994 |a02|bUIU

Staff View for: Understanding African American rhetoric