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Informations about Rhetorics and related fields

Wikipedia: Portal Rhetoric (English) > for conceptual development (Wp-user page)

Rhetorics and styles
Bully pulpit (not only Trump style)
Denialism (art. Eupha, as model for the German Neologism "Leugnismus", SpOn) is a very difficult rhet. strategy to cope with, seeing the similarity between
propaganda & Rhetorics (Seminar Links, Standford) by showing both as modes of persuation (WpE), Persuasion inside groups (projectpage)    

defintions and
terminology
the word "rhetoric" (US-English, Macmillian Dictionary, could use the API for deeper search)
definitions of rhetorics, from  eserver, rhetoric and composition, the defintions are short and highly selective, negative definition towrds rhetorics do not appear
also a good defintion of modern rhetoric, more ambivalent, a good essay > here
A good defintion of rhetoric could be the Burkean parlor metaphor (defintion and further links)
an enormus list of terms of Rhetorics are is  here at "Silva Rhetoricae" (the forest of Rhetoric)
glossary of rhetorical terms (about.com), plain style (dito), book-list ond rhetorics and quotations (Oxford UP-Blog)
Rhetoric & Translation: skopus theory (H.J. Vermeer), E. Bentley and the rhetoric of Un-American Activities (WP)   

performed rhetoric(s): (not only) Obama
an example: analysis of Jody Forsters speech (Guardian)
Obamaspeeches (focus is on US internal politcs), speeches of B.O. (WpE) 
Obamas speech on drone policy (NYT, Video and analysis, May 2013) 
Obamas first Berlin speech (July 24, 2008, with analysis form right and wrong = about)
Obamas second Berlin speech (June 19, 2013, Spiegel online)   
Obamas UNO speeches (Google, esp. the final speech 20.9.2016), Docu: final year (Guardian)  

Rhetorical soceities and universitiy faculties (US & worldwide)
THE Global Rhetorical Soceity (worldrhet., Chinese & English)
Rhetoric soceity of America (RSA) > membershipConference (May 31- June 3 2018), Submissionpage (until July 15 2017) 
Internat. Soc. f. the History of Rhet. (ISHR, conf. page) 

  • John Murphy (University of Illinois)
  • Kristan Poirot (Texas A&M)
  • Dave Tell (University of Kansas)
  • Brad Vivian (Penn State University) 
  • Christian Lundberg (University of North Carolina) 
  • Nathan Crick (Texas A&M)
  • Byron Hawk (University of South Carolina)
  • Thomas Rickert (Purdue University) 
  • Jordynn Jack (University of North Carolina)
  • Sue Wells (Temple University) 
  • Jay Dolmage (University of Waterloo) 
  • Jess Enoch (University of Maryland)  
  • Carolyn Miller (North Carolina State University)
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    John Murphy (University of Illinois)
    Kristan Poirot (Texas A&M)
    Dave Tell (University of Kansas)
    Brad Vivian (Penn State University)
    Christian Lundberg (University of North Carolina)
    Nathan Crick (Texas A&M)
    Byron Hawk (University of South Carolina)
    Thomas Rickert (Purdue University) > Interview (also audio)
    Jordynn Jack (University of North Carolina)
    Sue Wells (Temple University)
    Jay Dolmage (University of Waterloo)
    Jess Enoch (University of Maryland) 
    Carolyn Miller (North Carolina State University)
  • Kristan Poirot (Texas A&M)
  • Dave Tell (University of Kansas)
  • Brad Vivian (Penn State University) 
  • Christian Lundberg (University of North Carolina) 
  • Nathan Crick (Texas A&M)
  • Byron Hawk (University of South Carolina)
  • Thomas Rickert (Purdue University) 
  • Jordynn Jack (University of North Carolina)
  • Sue Wells (Temple University) 
  • Jay Dolmage (University of Waterloo) 
  • Jess Enoch (University of Maryland)  
  • Carolyn Miller (North Carolina State University)
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    American Soceity for the historiy of rhetoric (ASHR) > Resources 
    alliance of Rhetoric societies of America,
    University of califonia Berkly, rhetoric department and fields of research
    University of Iowa, department of rhetorics,
    University of Minnesota, department of rhetorics, departments at the same university with related fields > here
    Comp. Rhet.: Dep. o. English, Miami Uni (LuMing Mao)

    Weblogs about rhetorics / Projects 
    blogora (rhetoric and political theory, Athenian democracy)
    kairosnews (main fields Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy)
    rhetorica (main fields press, media, politics and the like), lots of links 
    Project Muse (humanities > rhetoric) 
    Biblography of the New Rhetoric Project (2010, philpapers)
    more blogs about Rhetorics and related fields > here
    networks (US/International (in English) :
    eserver, rhetoric and composition, provides informations within a clear structure
    Nordic Network for the History of Rhetoric 

    (online) Journals about rhetoric and comm. (in English)
    rhetorical review (reviews about the history of rhetoric)
    communication arena (various journals about comm. from Taylor & Francis)
    about Rhet. on SSRN (topics specified)

    Debatting in English, Communication sciences, cultural studies (Global Rhetorics) 

    in China (in English), internationaler Wettbewerb (auf Deutsch), grundlegender Artikel der WP (English)
    Intercultural rhetoric (link to download)
    TED.com (Speeches to debatte on)
    Korean rhetoric (Global rhetorics)
    Asiacentrism (WpEng, not only rhetoric)

    Northwestern University School of Communication  Field of research: arts and sciences of communication 
    Illinois university, department of communicationsresources,  
    Communication sciences at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Composition/Discourse Analysis 

    CCCC (= Conference on College Composition and Communication, mission statement)
    Ressources for Discourse Analysis (esp. in the context of language teaching, Bloomsbury Pub.)