queerly remembered rhetorics for representing the glbtq past studies in rhetoric communication

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Queerly Remembered

Author : Thomas R. Dunn
ISBN : 9781611176711
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Queerly Remembered investigates the ways in which gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (GLBTQ) individuals and communities have increasingly turned to public tellings of their ostensibly shared pasts in order to advocate for political, social, and cultural change in the present. Much like nations, institutions, and other minority groups before them, GLBTQ people have found communicating their past(s)—particularly as expressed through the concept of memory—a rich resource for leveraging historical and contemporary opinions toward their cause. Drawing from the interdisciplinary fields of rhetorical studies, memory studies, gay and lesbian studies, and queer theory, Thomas R. Dunn considers both the ephemeral tactics and monumental strategies that GLBTQ communities have used to effect their queer persuasion. More broadly this volume addresses the challenges and opportunities posed by embracing historical representations of GLBTQ individuals and communities as a political strategy. Particularly for a diverse community whose past is marked by the traumas of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the forgetting and destruction of GLBTQ history, and the sometimes-divisive representational politics of fluid, intersectional identities, portraying a shared past is an exercise fraught with conflict despite its potential rewards. Nonetheless, by investigating rich rhetorical case studies through time and across diverse artifacts—including monuments, memorials, statues, media publications, gravestones, and textbooks—Queerly Remembered reveals that our current queer “turn toward memory” is a complex, enduring, and avowedly rich rhetorical undertaking.

Social Controversy And Public Address In The 1960s And Early 1970s

Author : Richard J. Jensen
ISBN : 9781628953008
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The period between the 1960s and 1970s is easily one of the most controversial in American history. Examining the liberal movements of the era as well as those that opposed them, this volume offers analyses of the rhetoric of leaders, including those of the civil rights movement, the Chicano movement, the gay rights movement, second-wave feminism, and conservative resistance groups. It also features an introduction that summarizes much of the significant research done by communication scholars on dissent in the 1960s and 1970s. This time period is still a fertile area of study, and this book provides insights into the era that are both provocative and illuminating, making it an essential read for anyone looking to learn more about this time in America.

Virtual Intimacies

Author : Shaka McGlotten
ISBN : 9781438448794
Genre : Social Science
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This book uses prominent policy issues and major studies of welfare and job programs to bring to life crucial questions about how social science can best serve social policy.

Children S Biographies Of African American Women

Author : Sara C. VanderHaagen
ISBN : 9781611179163
Genre : History
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In Children’s Biographies of African American Women: Rhetoric, Public Memory, and Agency Sara C. VanderHaagen examines how children’s biographies of African American women encourage young readers to think about themselves as agents in a public world. Specifically, VanderHaagen illustrates how these works use traditional means to serve progressive ends and thereby examines the rhetorical power of biography in shaping identity and promoting public action. Drawing on scholarship in rhetoric, memory studies, and children’s literature, VanderHaagen presents rhetorical analyses of biographies of three African American women—poet Phillis Wheatley, activist Sojourner Truth, and educator-turned-politician Shirley Chisholm—published in the United States during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. VanderHaagen begins by analyzing how biographical sketches in books for black children during the 1920s represent Wheatley and Truth. The study then shifts to books published between 1949 and 2015. VanderHaagen uses a concept adapted from philosopher Paul Ricoeur—the idea of the “agential spiral”—to chart the ways that biographies have used rhetoric to shape the life stories of Wheatley, Truth, and Chisholm. By bringing a critical, rhetorical perspective to the study of biographies for children, this book advances the understanding of how lives of the past are used persuasively to shape identity and encourage action in the contemporary public world. VanderHaagen contributes to the study of rhetoric and African American children’s literature and refocuses the field of memory studies on children’s biographies, a significant but often-overlooked genre through which public memories first take shape.

Qed A Journal In Glbtq Worldmaking 4

Author : Charles E. Morris III
ISBN : 1684300444
Genre : Social Science
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IN THIS ISSUE Essays Gerald Stephen Jackson, "Transcoding Sexuality: Computational Performativity and Queer Code Practices" James J. Arnett, "The Revolution Will Be Working Class and Queer: Dos Passos's Three Soldiers, Progressive Politics, and Revolutionary Rhetorics" Forum Jennifer Tyburczy, "Queer Resistance" Kemi Adeyemi, "Donald Trump is the Perfect Man for the Job" Karma R. Chávez, "From Sanctuary to a Queer Politics of Fugitivity" Clare Croft, Efren Cruz Cortez, Jennifer Harge, Leyya Tawil, "a provocation towards moving" Xandra Ibarra, "Training for Exhaustion (2015)" Alexandra Rodríguez de Ruiz, "Queers Resisting Trump and White Supremacy in Mexico City" Benny LeMaster, "Notes on Trans Relationality" Aimee Carrillo Rowe, "A Queer Indigenous Manifesto" Pavithra Prasad, "Outsider Orbits: Disavowal and Dissent in the United States" Oli Rodriguez, "Spaces of Solidarity: The Last Seduction/La Seducción Fatal" Kimberlee Pérez, Craig Gingrich Philbrook, "'In the Wake of "The Violence of Heteronormativity': Reflecting on, Contending with Affective Remains" Gust A. Yep, "Further Notes on Healing from 'The Violence of Heteronormativity in Communication Studies'" Benny LeMaster, "Unlearning the Violence of the Normative" Karma R. Chávez, "Homonormativity and Violence against Immigrants" Jonathan M. Gray, "Heteronormativity without Nature: Toward a Queer Ecology" Elizabeth Whitney, "The Sex that God Can't See: Heteronormativity, Whiteness, and the Erasure of Queer Desire in Popular Media" Naida Zukić, "The Violence of Heteronormativity: Queer Worldmaking in Anohni's Hopelessness" Dawn Marie D. McIntosh, "Victims, Protectors, and Possibilities for Change: White Womanhood and the Violence of Heteronormativity" Megan Volpert, "Every Violent August: Postcards from the Trenches of High School" Allen Conkle, "Not Nothing" Kimberlee Pérez, Craig Gingrich Philbrook, "Letters" Book Reviews Jin Haritaworn, Queer Lovers and Hateful Others: Regenerating Violent Times and Places, reviewed by Hana Masri Tan Hoang Nguyen, A View from the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation, reviewed by Albert Rintrona III Thomas R. Dunn, Queerly Remembered: Rhetorics for Representing the GLBTQ Past, reviewed by Cory Geraths Sara L. McKinnon, Gendered Asylum: Race and Violence in U.S. Law and Politics, reviewed by Lario J. Albarrán Mimi Schippers, Beyond Monogamy: Polyamory and the Future of Polyqueer Sexualities, reviewed by Jess Matias-Vega

Infertility

Author : Robin E. Jensen
ISBN : 9780271078199
Genre : Political Science
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This book explores the arguments, appeals, and narratives that have defined the meaning of infertility in the modern history of the United States and Europe. Throughout the last century, the inability of women to conceive children has been explained by discrepant views: that women are individually culpable for their own reproductive health problems, or that they require the intervention of medical experts to correct abnormalities. Using doctor-patient correspondence, oral histories, and contemporaneous popular and scientific news coverage, Robin Jensen parses the often thin rhetorical divide between moralization and medicalization, revealing how dominating explanations for infertility have emerged from seemingly competing narratives. Her longitudinal account illustrates the ways in which old arguments and appeals do not disappear in the light of new information, but instead reemerge at subsequent, often seemingly disconnected moments to combine and contend with new assertions. Tracing the transformation of language surrounding infertility from “barrenness” to “(in)fertility,” this rhetorical analysis both explicates how language was and is used to establish the concept of infertility and shows the implications these rhetorical constructions continue to have for individuals and the societies in which they live.

Prison Power

Author : Lisa M. Corrigan
ISBN : 9781496809100
Genre : Social Science
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In the black liberation movement, imprisonment emerged as a key rhetorical, theoretical, and media resource. Imprisoned activists developed tactics and ideology to counter white supremacy. Lisa M. Corrigan underscores how imprisonment—a site for both political and personal transformation—shaped movement leaders by influencing their political analysis and organizational strategies. Prison became the critical space for the transformation from civil rights to Black Power, especially as southern civil rights activists faced setbacks. Black Power activists produced autobiographical writings, essays, and letters about and from prison beginning with the early sit-in movement. Examining the iconic prison autobiographies of H. Rap Brown, Mumia Abu-Jamal, and Assata Shakur, Corrigan conducts rhetorical analyses of these extremely popular though understudied accounts of the Black Power movement. She introduces the notion of the “Black Power vernacular” as a term for the prison memoirists’ rhetorical innovations, to explain how the movement adapted to an increasingly hostile environment in both the Johnson and Nixon administrations. Through prison writings, these activists deployed narrative features supporting certain tenets of Black Power, pride in blackness, disavowal of nonviolence, identification with the Third World, and identity strategies focused on black masculinity. Corrigan fills gaps between Black Power historiography and prison studies by scrutinizing the rhetorical forms and strategies of the Black Power ideology that arose from prison politics. These discourses demonstrate how Black Power activism shifted its tactics to regenerate, even after the FBI sought to disrupt, discredit, and destroy the movement.

Communicating The City

Author : Giorgia Aiello
ISBN : 1433130971
Genre : Cities and towns
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How human meanings, practices and interactions produce and are produced by urban space is the focus of this timely and exciting addition to the study of urban communication. Challenging notions of the 'urban' as physically, economically or technologically determined, this book explores key intersections of discourse, materiality, technology, mobility, identity and inequality in acts of communication across urban and urbanizing contexts. From leisure and media consumption among Chinese migrant workers in a Guangdong village to the diverse networks and communication infrastructures of global cities like London and Los Angeles, this collection combines a range of perspectives to ask fundamental questions about the significance and status of cities in times of intensified mediation and connectivity. With case studies from Italy, Britain, Ireland, Russia, the United States and China, this international collection demonstrates that both empirical and critical knowledge on the relationship between communication and urban life has become vital across the humanities and social sciences. Communicating the City will be essential reading for all scholars and students who desire to gain an in-depth understanding of the multiple roles that media and communication have in lived experiences of the city.

An Archive Of Hope

Author : Harvey Milk
ISBN : 9780520275492
Genre : Social Science
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Harvey Milk was one of the first openly and politically gay public officials in the United States, and his remarkable activism put him at the very heart of a pivotal civil rights movement reshaping America in the 1970s. An Archive of Hope is Milk in his own words, bringing together in one volume a substantial collection of his speeches, columns, editorials, political campaign materials, open letters, and press releases, culled from public archives, newspapers, and personal collections. The volume opens with a foreword from Milk’s friend, political advisor, and speech writer Frank Robinson, who remembers the man who “started as a Goldwater Republican and ended his life as the last of the store front politicians” who aimed to “give ‘em hope” in his speeches. An illuminating introduction traces GLBTQ politics in San Francisco, situates Milk within that context, and elaborates the significance of his discourse and memories both to 1970s-era gay rights efforts and contemporary GLBTQ worldmaking.

Feminist Queer Crip

Author : Alison Kafer
ISBN : 9780253009418
Genre : Philosophy
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In Feminist, Queer, Crip Alison Kafer imagines a different future for disability and disabled bodies. Challenging the ways in which ideas about the future and time have been deployed in the service of compulsory able-bodiedness and able-mindedness, Kafer rejects the idea of disability as a pre-determined limit. She juxtaposes theories, movements, and identities such as environmental justice, reproductive justice, cyborg theory, transgender politics, and disability that are typically discussed in isolation and envisions new possibilities for crip futures and feminist/queer/crip alliances. This bold book goes against the grain of normalization and promotes a political framework for a more just world.

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